Imagine this; you have this hot date with your bae. You plan it for days. You cant wait to meet him. So eager you are that days seem like weeks. Then a week to the date you go to the mirror just to admire your beauty … then you see the UN-imaginable, where did this come from and why now?
How can this pimple just pop out now? Your spirits are down, not knowing what to do. you wanted him to your beautiful flawless skin.
This are the moments you need your home made remedies.
Did you know that toothpaste can eliminate or at least reduce that pimple? Here are some easy steps to getting your face back and enjoy your date.
Wash your face.
As with any spot treatment, it is important to apply the toothpaste to clean, dry skin. This ensures that there is no dirt or excess oil on the skin that may limit the effectiveness of the treatment. Wash your face well with warm water and your favorite cleanser, then pat dry to lock in moisture.
Squeeze a little toothpaste onto your finger.
Squeeze a little toothpaste onto your index finger or the back of your hand. A pea-sized amount should be enough, depending on the number of pimples you’re treating.
Apply a small amount of toothpaste directly onto the pimple.
You will only need to apply a very small amount of toothpaste to the pimple for the treatment to be effective. Just make sure that you apply the toothpaste directly onto the pimple itself, not on the surrounding skin.
Toothpaste should never be spread all over the skin or used as a face mask. This is because the toothpaste works by drying out the skin, which can cause irritation and peeling if applied anywhere but the pimple itself.
Leave the toothpaste on for two hours or overnight.
Leave the toothpaste to dry on the skin anywhere from two hours or overnight, for best results. However, if you have extremely sensitive skin, it may be best to remove the toothpaste after 15 minutes to half an hour, in order to gauge your skin’s reaction. If it seems to be handling the toothpaste okay, you can leave it on for increasingly longer periods.
Some people advocate placing a band-aid over the pimple to help the toothpaste stay in place. However, this is not advisable, as it may cause the toothpaste to spread on the surrounding skin, leading to irritation, while also preventing the skin from breathing.
Gently wash off.
You can wash off the toothpaste with a damp washcloth, using small, circular motions. Make sure to do this very gently, as rubbing too hard might irritate or damage the skin. When all the toothpaste has been removed, splash your face with some warm water and pat dry with your hands or a clean, soft towel. You may want to apply a soothing moisturizer if your skin feels very tight and dry.
Repeat no more than four times a week.
As mentioned before, toothpaste may be irritating, especially if you have sensitive skin, so this is not a treatment you should be using multiple times a day, or more than four times a week. After applying the treatment once a day, 2-3 days in a row, you may notice an improvement in the size and color of the pimple. From that point on, you should allow the pimple to heal on its own.
There you go, simple but effective way to get rid of that “date spoiler”
Do you have any tricks to use on pimples?