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Home Remedies To Getting Rid Of Redness Due To Pimples! #tipit Ladies!
Skin & Body
Ice the pimple to relieve some of the inflammation. Wrap a few ice cubes in a thin, clean cloth and apply directly to acne, making sure not to put too much pressure on your skin. Too much pressure can cause the pimple to break, causing even more redness and spreading bacteria.
Use eye drops. Eye drops are made to remove redness. They contain tetrahydrozoline hydrochloride, which helps get rid of redness (usually in the eyes).
Put a small amount of the eye drop solution on a Q-Tip and apply it gently to the pimple.
Use an aspirin mask. Aspirin contains salicylic acid. Salicylic acid produces its anti-inflammatory effects by suppressing an enzyme responsible for inflammation.
Mix together crushed aspirin with a little water to form a paste. Apply to the inflamed area gently with a Q-Tip and rinse off once dry. While not an immediate fix, this will help with redness.
Apply a hot washcloth or warm tea bag to the pimple. Basically, compress applied to the acne will open up the pores, potentially drawing bacteria or pus to the surface, and allow for the cleansing .