To tackle that unsightly pimple in your ear, apply avocado paste, African basil oil with aloe vera gel, or tea tree oil. Neem and turmeric paste or an antibacterial paste of honey and cinnamon can also help get rid of it. Or wipe with green tea or lemon juice.
Tackling pimples and acne on your skin are bad enough, without having the added problem of boils and bumps inside your nose! If you do find a pimple inside your nose, dealing with it correctly can help prevent infection or further complications like cellulitis or cavernous sinus thrombosis. Simple care and hygiene make all the difference, supplemented by topical treatments and warm compresses to ease the discomfort. Be prepared to take antibiotics if you have a bad case that is a furuncle or a carbuncle.
Dip a clean cotton swab in lemon/basil juice, or neem oil+coconut oil; apply to the affected area. Expose your pimple to steam to unclog the pores or press an ice pack to ease swelling and redness. Apply brewed green tea leaves or a mix of turmeric powder, water, yogurt for the inflammation to subside. Avoid using lip gloss or lip balms and never pick at the zit!
Pimples and cold sores are common skin conditions that manifest as painful blisters. While pimples are bacterial infections, cold sores are viral. Both may occur around the mouth and in the corners of the lips, but if you have a blister on the lips, it is mostly a cold sore. Cold sores may be accompanied by pain, itching, a tingling sensation, or fever. Unlike a pimple, which can't spread from person to person, cold sores are contagious.
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