(Original post by JohnnytheFox)
Think about it logically. If it did work, Colgate and the like would market it as spot removal cream and charge you £15 per tube.
it does infact work. It dries out the spot, just like spot creams too.
difference is it hurts a damn sight more, and makes your skin very very dry if you do it often.
So it works, but is a bad idea.
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- 13-03-2011 21:49
- 13-03-2011 21:50
Try Sudocrem. Works a treat!
- 14-03-2011 18:13
yes, it dries spots out. don't knock it till you've tried it!
- 07-03-2017 17:47
It does help but be careful wich tooth paste you use (don't use whitening toothpaste) I found that if u mix the toothpaste with some water 💦 then it won't burn if it usally does and it is being kinder to your skin, also if u have excma don't rub it in as it will irritate the skin even more, as son as the watered toothpaste dries take it off to check that it hasn't irritated your skin even more if it is your first time (or if you have extremely irritating skin)