Pimples

Pimples are a normal skin condition that affect many people. Pimples are an inflammation of the skin in which the sebaceous glands (oil glands) become infected with bacteria, swell up and fill with pus.

A pimple is a kind of comedo resulting from excess sebum and dead skin cells getting trapped in the pores of the skin.

Symptoms include pesky pimples, which can be frustrating and difficult to get rid of.

Symptoms and cure for Pimples
• Persistent, recurrent red spots or swelling on the skin, generally known as pimples; the swelling may become inflamed and fill with pus.

They typically appear on the face, chest, shoulders, neck or upper portion of the back.
• Red swellings or lumps (known as papules) that are visibly filled with pus take longer to heal than a regular pimple
• may be painful or sensitive to touch
• may be filled with pus

How to cure ( Home Remedies)
There are a lot of lotions and medicines on the market to treat pimples but they can take time. Many natural methods are effective in treating pimples within a very short time period.

Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil is excellent for treating acne and pimples. It has antibacterial properties that help fight the bacteria that cause these skin problems.

Green Tea
Green tea contains flavonoids and tannins, which are known to help fight inflammation and bacteria that may cause pimple

Ice
Ice can be used to quickly reduce the redness, swelling and inflammation of pimples. It helps in improving blood circulation to the affected area, and in tightening the skin pores and removing dirt and oil accumulated on the skin.

Toothpaste
The toothpaste that you use every morning to clean your teeth also can be used to treat pimples quickly.

Garlic
Garlic is an antiviral, antifungal, antiseptic and antioxidant agent that can help in the fast treatment of pimples.

Cucumber
Cucumber is a rich source of potassium and vitamins such as A, C and E. It also has a cooling and soothing effect on the skin.

Honey
Honey is a source of natural antibiotics that can speed up the healing process, as well as help prevent infections.

Treatment
Treating an infected pimple involves killing the bacteria that causes the infection.

Medications to treat regular pimples will not treat infected pimples, although they can help reduce the spread to other areas.

Keep the area clean. Avoid touching the pimple, and clean it regularly to stop the infection from spreading and creating more infected pimples. This is especially important for people who have a staph infection.

Conventional treatments can cause redness, dryness or irritation and many natural alternatives just don’t seem to work.

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