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big pimplesThe Youtube videos showing the crushing of big pimples are much seen all over the world. This is because this problem has attracted the curiosity of children and young people. The pimples may have different sizes. The giant pimples under the skin are called sebaceous cysts, because it manifests an abnormal secretion which causes the appearance of bubbles containing reddish liquid or pus. The big pimples that appear under the skin, especially on the face but also in other parts of the body such as the neck, shoulders, back and chest, are an extremely widespread problem. Hard and reddish, giants pimples under the skin are the ones that cause more pain and do not represent a problem only in terms of aesthetics. They can be dangerous if not properly treated and prevented. It is crucial to understand what are the causes that trigger the appearance of pimples under the skin and be aware of the remedies with which they can be prevented and treated.



Causes of big pimples

Most skin blemishes, pimples, rashes, boils and cysts depends on hormonal factors, which determine the production of excess sebum. The big zit under the skin can occur at any age, not only during adolescence. Stress or a way of eating incorrectly, can lead to the appearance of pimples, even during adulthood. Although the diet has a significant influence on the organism.
Excessive consumption of fatty foods, fried and sugary stimulates the production of the sebaceous glands, making the skin oily and impure skin and causing the appearance of skin problems. It is essential to drink at least four pints of water every day, even in winter, to eliminate toxins through the kidneys, rather than through the pores. A diet rich in minerals and vitamins and a healthy lifestyle are essential to the prevention of pimples.



Anti pimple remedies giant

Hydrate and keep your skin clean is essential to prevent the formation of big pimples under the skin. We recommend using antibacterial products and repeat the operation in the morning and at night before going to sleep. The cleansing helps to keep the skin dry, remove impurities, traces of makeup and excess oil that may cause rashes.
A deep cleansing, using steam on your face, is an excellent remedy, as it helps to clean the pores from oil and sebum that clog them. After the application of steam, it is advisable to dab the skin with a soft cloth, wipe your face with antibacterial products and rinse with cold water to close the pores. After cleansing, pat your face with a cotton pad soaked in astringent tonic, and applied a thin layer of moisturizer with a light texture.
At least once a week is recommended that you exfoliate your skin with a scrub to cleanse the skin from excess sebum and dead cells. The granules also help to eliminate these small pimples under the skin, avoiding grow and ignite.
The face mask made from green clay is extremely effective for the treatment of pimples under the skin, and brings great benefit to all skin types, especially oily or combination skin. Other mask effective for the treatment of giants pimples are those based on turmeric and honey, apple cider vinegar or egg whites, to apply at least a couple of times a week.
Another practical remedy for big zits is the use of aspirin. Take a couple of aspirin tablets and moisten with a few drops of water. When they are broken, apply a drop of honey, stir the mixture thoroughly and apply it on clean face with circular movements. Let sit for 15 minutes, then rinse with lukewarm water. After applying the mask with aspirin avoid exposing yourself to the sun.
To eliminate pimples under the skin can also resort to the use of specific drugs tested, to be used for topical use on the pimple. Particularly effective are the ointments of benzoyl peroxide, that contribute to dry the area and reduce the amplitude of the pimple in a short time. If the size of the bubbles is very large and there is no improvement within 4-5 days, consult a specialist doctor, who, if necessary, can prescribe drug products for topical or oral.