How To Get Rid Of Pimples With Toothpaste

Pimples are the devil. Most times these annoying acne spots show just about a day before a big interview or a photo shoot, absolute worst timing ever! Well, this simple toothpaste remedy for acne might not clear your face overnight but it would definitely clear it.

Whether you have so much pimples you can barely feel your skin or you are just looking to get rid of a few acne spots this tutorial will work wonders for you. Let’s begin…

Items you need:

  • A clean towel
  • A running tap of water or a bowl of warm water.
  • Antiseptic soap
  • Toothpaste (with flouride)
  • A face with pimples (acne)

How to apply:

  1. Wash face with warm water and a light amount of antiseptic soap.
  2. Dab face dry with a clean towel.
  3. Apply generous amounts of toothpaste to affected areas.
  4. Leave toothpaste on for 3 to 4 hours (Overnight is fine too)
  5. Wash face with just warm water.

This is the basic process to follow to get the toothpaste on and off your face and like we stated before this will not automatically work magic overnight but you will start to see the differences almost immediately. Using this method as few as 3 times in 3 days can get of quite a number of spots and acne. What it basically does is it dries up the pimples on your face and causes them to fall off when you wash your face.

Not every kind of toothpaste however is a great idea for this, as might imagine most herbal toothpaste that have no flouride will not do you much help. Our recommended few for this process and best results would have to be Colgate and Macleans. Best results so far from those two.

Please note that you should not apply this method too many times so as not to dry up your skin. What you want to do is dry up the pimples and not your entire face. Repeating this more than once a day at most can really dry up your skin. Hope you enjoyed our tutorial on how to get rid of pimples with toothpaste.

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