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I popped my spot, now there is dry blood leftover how to get rid off this Asap? watch

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    So basically I had this spot which was annoying me, so I popped it and removed the blood. Now there is like dry blood leftover on the skin, like in the tissue. Please can someone help me with this, as I have a party to attend in 2 weeks.

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    Let it heal, but don't pick spots because it leaves a mark for ages....
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    Have a bath
    Steam your face- get a bowl- hot boiling water let your face steam - 10-15 minutes depends on how much you can take
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    Squeeze lemon on to a plate, get some cotton wool ( for face) and put it on the affected areas - it can burn-

    Or you can use acnecide- great for acne!!if you use it day and night- Also apparently black soap and natural tea tree oil is also great!
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    aloe vera + egg white mask bby X
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    witch hazel will sort out your problem
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    (Original post by kandykissesxox)
    aloe vera + egg white mask bby X

    Hi, I have acne prone skin, does this helppp
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    Hi, I have acne prone skin, does this helppp
    Tea tree oil is great for acne prone skin!
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    (Original post by lulucoco98)
    Hi, I have acne prone skin, does this helppp
    Of course it does, the egg white helps to extract the impurities from the skin which in turn cleanses and revitalises it.

    You can also try a: Tumeric, plain yogurt and lemon mask.
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    (Original post by aspiehs)
    Tea tree oil is great for acne prone skin!
    I personally do not like tee tree oil; I mean it's great if you use it once in a while but I found which consistent use your skin becomes accustomed to it so overtime the benefits will wear out.
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    Thanks a lot guys for the helpful advice, appreciate it. :yes:

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