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SHOULD I POP A PIMPLE



Is it good or bad to pop a pimple? Well, it depends. If you have sever form of acne than popping a pimple will not be a good idea. Lets first read about different forms of acne. It will give you better idea why popping a pimple is not always good.

As you know, there are different types of acne (pimples): The Papules and pustules are more severe form of acne - pimples. If whiteheads and blackheads don't have inflammation, the papules and pustules do. The appearance of papules and pustules indicates the beginning of a more severe acne form - pustular acne associated with the beginning of inflammation process. Papules are formed by breaking the walls of the hair canal. As a result of that, the inflammation begins to develop.

The pustules appear in the form of pink nodules formed on place of comedones and usually appear within a few days after the appearance of papules. The contents of pustules usually come out to the surface. Pustules if not treated effectively leave behind pigmentation, dark spots and even scars. Popping a pustule or nodule will leave scars.




Effective and timely acne treatment is very essential in treating mild form of acne. The use of antibiotics and chemicals can have side effects, thererofe natural acne products are the right alternative. To learn more about use of natural acne creams and oilnments, compare the ingredients of different anti acne products, go here.





 
 


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