Thursday, 12 September 2019

A Easy Way (Home Remedy) to get pimples under the skin to skin surface & then to get rid of !

A blind pimple is a type of acne that has developed beneath the surface of the skin. Blind pimples are usually not noticeable from a distance, but a person can feel it by running a finger over the skin's surface. Blind pimples occur in areas of the skin with more oil glands, such as the face, neck, shoulders, back, and chest. The oil glands in the skin are called sebaceous glands. The small holes in the skin, known as pores, are connected to sebaceous glands by a canal called a follicle. Sebaceous glands secrete an oil called sebum through the opening of a follicle to protect the skin and keep it moisturized. If a pore becomes blocked with dead skin cells, then sebum is unable to reach the skin's surface. With nowhere to go, the sebum builds up in the sebaceous gland and develops into a pimple.
In severe cases, the mixture of dead skin cells and sebum allows bacteria that normally grow on the skin to accumulate in the blocked follicle. This bacteria is called Propionibacterium acnes.
When this happens, the bacteria produce enzymes and chemicals, attracting white blood cells. This results in redness, swelling, heat, and pain collectively known as inflammation.

Home remedy:

There are a lot of home remedies and medicines, gels etc in order to remove acne. The very reason is acne affects around 50 million people in the US each year, making it the most common skin condition. But today I will explain to you a very simple remedy in which you need nothing to buy all available at home Applying a warm compress can help to treat a blind pimple. The heat can open up pores, which may draw the pimple closer to the skin's surface and create a head. The formation of a head enables the sebum, cells, and bacteria to exit the skin.
The heat from the compress can also help to relieve pain.

To treat a blind pimple with a warm compress, a person should:

  • Create a warm compress. Soak a clean washcloth in water that is hot, but not too hot to touch.
  • Apply the warm compress. Hold the warm compress on the blind pimple for 10 to 15 minutes. 
  • Repeat the application three to four times a day until the blind pimple comes to a head and releases the pus.
  • Keep the affected area clean. Make sure the area around the pimple is kept clean, and avoid touching it. 
  • Avoid using makeup until the pimple heals.