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When you look in the mirror and a pimple stares right back at you, you're going to get the urge. You want to squeeze it. You really want to squeeze it. Especially since pimples show up at the worst times.




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"What we call the pustule is actually keeping the bacteria nice and contained," she says. When you puncture the pimple's outer skin, the gunk oozes out. If the bacteria in that gunk splatters and lands inside other pores, it can lead to more pimples.


There's another risk. Poke, pick, prick, and prod a pimple, and you can force the debris and bacteria even deeper into your skin. You may also introduce new kinds of bacteria from your finger into the zit. That can cause the pimple to become more red, inflamed, swollen and infected, and may even lead to permanent scarring.


Dermatologists and well-trained estheticians know how to do it safely. They wear gloves and lance a pimple with a sterile needle, then remove the contents with an instrument called a comedone extractor.


So, your best bet is to leave popping a pimple to the pros. But let's face it. Sometimes, it can be tough to resist the temptation to squeeze the pus out of that bright red zit on your cheek, chin, or nose.


Hollywood makeup artist Tasha Reiko-Brown agrees. "When you're trying to hide a pimple, your aim is to take away the redness, not flatten it out," she says. "If you keep piling on layers of makeup, you'll be creating a little mountain. It may not be a red mountain, but it will still be bigger and more noticeable than when you started out."


DO apply a product that contains 2 percent benzoyl peroxide to the pimple. Available at your local drugstore, this treatment will help kill the bacteria that causes acne. Make sure you apply a very thin layer, as using too much can irritate your skin. While using this product, keep in mind that benzoyl peroxide can bleach fabrics. Avoid letting the medication come into contact with your clothing, and consider using white sheets and towels while using it.


DO visit a board-certified dermatologist to help treat the pimple and prevent future breakouts. If you need an urgent fix, a dermatologist can provide a cortisone injection, which can help the pimple go away in a few hours to days instead of days to weeks. Your dermatologist can also recommend treatments to help prevent future breakouts, such as a retinoid or antibiotics.


It's tempting, but popping or squeezing a pimple won't necessarily get rid of the problem. Squeezing can push document.write(def_bacteria_T); bacteriaand pus deeper into the skin, which might cause more swelling and redness. Squeezing also can lead to scabs and might leave you with permanent pits or scars.


To dry a pimple up faster, apply 5% benzoyl peroxide gel or cream once or twice a day. You can find these over-the-counter treatments at most drugstores, grocery stores, and other stores that sell skin-care products.


A stye (sty) is a red, painful lump near the edge of your eyelid that may look like a boil or a pimple. Styes are often filled with pus. A stye usually forms on the outside of your eyelid, but sometimes it can form on the inner part of your eyelid.


With microdarts embedded in every patch, these set-and-forget blemish busters are designed to penetrate pimples and kill off bacteria deep within the follicle, which helps contain the spread and limit new spots from popping up. Just stick a patch on the affected area and remove after two hours to reveal visibly clearer skin.


There is no need to pop or lance the pimple or interfere with it in any way before applying the patch. Generally people will lance a pimple to ensure active ingredients reach the centre of the pimple, but we designed our patches with micro-needles that deliver the treatment through the head of the pimple with minimal interruption to the skin. This helps to minimise trauma to the skin and reduce the risk of scarring when you pop a pimple.


What are Pimples? Pimples are pores that become clogged with dead skin cells and oil (called sebum) from nearby glands. When the pores become blocked, they form the small red bumps we know as pimples. Clogged pores can also turn into blackheads (clogged open pores) and whiteheads (clogged closed pores), or worse, inflamed pus-filled bumps called pustules and hard and painful cysts.


The first step in calming down an angry, painful pimple is to apply ice. Wrap some ice in a cloth and press it against the inflamed area for 3 to 4 minutes at a time. If the ice melts too quickly, throw a few cubes in a plastic sandwich bag before wrapping in cloth. Repeat several times throughout the day to soothe the skin and reduce swelling.


Aspirin contains salicylic acid, which is super effective at removing excess oil and dead skin. Crush one or two aspirin tablets and mix with several drops of water to form a paste. Then dab the paste directly onto the pimple. This should reduce swelling and redness and also make the pimple less painful. Leave the paste on for 10 to 15 minutes and then rinse thoroughly with warm water.


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Pimples are most commonly found on the face, but they can appear on other areas of the skin, such as the neck and back. They are most common among teens and preteens due to changes in body chemistry during the period of development known as puberty, but adults can also get pimples.


An even more informal term for a pimple is zit. The informal terms whitehead and blackhead are used to refer to specific kinds of pimples. Technical terms for types of pimples include pustule and papule.


Simply place these non-drying, hydrocolloid-infused pimple patches onto clean skin to absorb impurities and protect your pimple anytime, anywhere - so you can keep it cute while caring for your complexion. Each package contains 36 patches - 12 of each design.


But if you must pop, wait until the pimple has been around a few days and has developed a white head, indicating there is pus near the surface. Avoid popping new pimples or those that are red or sore.


With its combination of 10mm and 14mm sizes, the Soft Shield Pimple Patch is a perfect solution for acne of all types and sizes, including hormonal acne and cystic acne. With a fully clear pimple patch, it blends into skin tones of all types for a seamless, discrete appearance. The resealable, dual layered protective film keeps patches clean and sealed.


"small, often inflamed, swelling of the skin," late 14c. (early 14c. as a surname), of unknown origin; perhaps related to Old English pipligende "having shingles;" also compare Latin papula, papilla (see pap (n.2)). As a verb, "to cover with pimples," from c. 1600. Related: Pimples.


"nipple of a woman's breast," late 12c., pappe, first attested in Northern and Midlands writing, probably from a Scandinavian source (not recorded in Old Norse, but compare dialectal Swedish pappe), from PIE imitative root *pap- "to swell" (source also of Latin papilla "nipple," which might rather be the source of the English word, papula "a swelling, pimple;" Lithuanian papas "nipple"). Like pap (n.1) supposed to be ultimately of infantile origin.


Spot treatments that contain these ingredients are designed to be dabbed onto existing pimples. Both salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide are also common ingredients in face washes that aim to prevent acne in the first place.


Clean and thoroughly dry hands and pimple area. Place one patch over pimple and gently press edges to seal. Leave on for up to eight hours. To remove, wash and dry hands, then grasp edge of patch and stretch until it releases from skin. Clean and dry affected area. Store unused patches in carton.


When popping a pimple, you may inadvertently force the debris from the pore deeper into the follicle. That can cause the follicle wall to rupture and spill infected material into the dermis (the innermost section of the skin.) Not only can you cause scarring, but the squeezing pressure may force bacteria into the dermis from below.


Additionally, popping a pimple can lead to a nodule (hard, red, painful blemish deep within the skin) or a cyst. The most serious form of a blemish, cysts are large and painfully inflamed lesions. Clearly a hands-off policy is the best choice when it comes to your skin.


"Plaque is actually a pimple-like growth inside an artery wall. The pimples, stuffed with what Dr. Libby describes as a 'kind of chronic pus,' usually grow outward so they do not obstruct the blood vessel for many years. But once plaque gets started, Dr. Libby says, it covers the walls of the arteries. 'It's likely that no part of the artery is normal,' he adds."


Otherwise, the best treatment to save heart muscles and lives involves calming down all of those pus-filled pimples (whether they are narrowing the artery 25% or 90%) with a combination of medications and lifestyle changes.


The pimple analogy also works to explain a tricky aspect of coronary calcium scans (CAC). A high CAC score alerts your doctor to premature or excessive build-up of those dangerous plaques, or pimples, in the coronary arteries. Once this high-risk state is identified, we utilize drugs and lifestyle changes to minimize the risk over time.


The pimple analogy compares the coronary calcium to the scarring one sees as an inflamed pimple is healed and the skin attempts a repair. The American Society of Dermatologic Surgery describes the scarring process with acne as follows:


A figure from a Journal of the American College of Cardiology state-of-the-art review (see the central illustration here) emphasizes that we can identify coronary pimples long before they become inflamed, rupture, and wreak havoc. Once significant premature pimples are identified (by CAC or vascular imaging), we should consider patients as needing secondary prevention and treat aggressively to prevent progression. Progression results in ruptured plaques (coronary events) and progressive narrowing of the arteries. 041b061a72


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