• I'm not sure about a fast way, but the best household product to use on a pimple is soap. Wash it thoroughly (but gently) with soap and warm water and pat dry. That'll usually get rid of it in a couple of days.
  • Get some drawing salve (ichthamol) at your pharmacy. You may have to ask the pharmacist; they don't sell much of this and one tube might last the rest of your life, but it really works. Put it on under a Band-Aid.
  • I use Nutribiotic Natural First Aid Skin Ointment -- from the health food store -- it usually clears them up before they have a chance to open on the surface of the skin. (At least, for me).
  • Lemon juice wash Wash with hot water and a facial brush or washcloth. Squeeze a fresh lemon into a small bowl and put the juice on a cotton ball. Apply cotton ball to face. Repeat soaking of cotton ball in lemon juice as needed. Let lemon juice dry on face for about 10 minutes then rinse with cool water. The lemon juice should make your face sting or mildly burn. For sensitive skin, dilute juice with filtered water. Once the skin is regenerating (after two weeks using gentle, natural treatments) you may want to add a stronger facial exfoliant. Many cosmetic manufacturers produce Glycolic acid formulas (15 percent strength). Avoid products that contain heavy moisturizing ingredients and alcohol. Glycolic acid helps loosen or break up the outer layer of the skin and prevents excessive build-up of dead skin cells. Vitamin A derivatives (retinoids) - topical vitamin A acid - normalizes the way skin grows and sheds and stabilizes the openings of pores. It also creates an unwelcome environment for bacteria. Retin-A and other retinoids in cream or gel are available by prescription only. Side effects include red skin and peeling, and sun sensitivity. Do not use during pregnancy. got this from this site: acne+lemon, 7:40 pm ,,7:44 pm
  • First, take a dose of ibuprophin if it hurts or throbs. Pimples are red and painful because the tissue is swollen. Using an ice pack helps to reduce the swelling as well. Second, be patient. DO NOT SQUEEZE, PICK, OR DIG. You will only tear up your skin and make it easier to get a nasty infection. If you don't have any pimple treatment (Clinique makes the BEST acne line toothpaste (the actual paste kind, not gel) will work in a pinch. Apply it at night and let it dry overnight. If the pimple comes to a head, apply a warm compress to it for 3-5 minutes. Then, using 2 q-tips, gently apply pressure to the base of the pimple. If nothing comes out, stop. The pimple is not ready to be extracted. If it does burst, clean the area with a warm washcloth, apply a triple antibiotic ointment, and wash your hands thoroughly (pimples carry staph, not good to spread around!). Continue applying the anti-biotic ointment until it clears up.
  • dont listen to people who say dont pop your pimples, me and my family have popped ours over the years, and that is the fastes way to get rid of a pimp. toothpaste is a good method pop the pimp but dont not rake, then take rubbing alcohol and press and rub slowly over pimple. a hot compress is also a good way. get a hot bowl of water, so hott til it steams, and put your face over it for 10 mins so it will open up the pore , then pop!
  • clean your face with yoghurt daily it worked for me
  • Two fingernails.
  • Put pee in a pan and boil it over medium heat for 5-6 min. Then rub it over your pimple, and wash your face well. Otherwise you stink! The acids in the pee can help to clear pores, and loose pimples quick.
  • scrub your face with salt, sugar, your favorite cleanser and warm water.. clears it up mega fast! (it also makes your skin soft)
  • methalated spirits or expensive perfume or cheap perfume to dry it up
  • i put honey in a bowl and some ground cinnammon and my pimple went away the next morning! here is what you need to do: get a spoonfull of honey get a half of a spong of ground cinnammon mix them toget her in a bowl put on your face then wash off next morning!! *if needed put a small band aid on so it doesnt stain your sheets!!
  • Use a clean washcloth and the hottest water you can stand, hold it on the pimple. This will help open the pore. Then wash your face with a natural glycerin soap containing oatmeal. Using all these different creams and lotions are actually hard on your skin. Some actually clog your pores and/or dry your skin. Washing your face twice a day (morning and night) is probably the best thing you can do. Use one of those mineral make-ups if you use make-up. Keep your hands off your face as that's where all the bacteria is. A natural soap should not contain any additives or perfumes, which can irritate your skin. Oatmeal helps to soften it. You can also do the washcloth method on other areas of your face to open up pores, or you can put your face over a pot of steaming water. Then wash and pat dry. Don't rub.
  • you could could try baking soda you put some baking soda in a bowl then put some water and make a paste out of it the rub it on ur face or where ever then wash it off hope it helps
  • Slap some baking soda, oatmeal, vinegar, lemon, toothpaste even strawberry on a pimple and it will start to dry up. Hot compresses and gentle prodding can get the puss out. Many people frown on this method, but it worked for me with no bad results. Once the pimple is in that stage, it's already done harm to the pore anyway.
  • noxema helped me get rid of pimples

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