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Pustules are small bumps on the skin that contain fluid or pus. They usually appear as white bumps surrounded by red skin. These bumps look very similar to pimples, but they can grow quite big.
Pustules may develop on any part of the body, but they most commonly form on the back, chest, and face. They may be found in clusters on the same area of the body.
Pustules may be a form of acne typically caused by hormonal imbalances or hormonal changes in the body. This is a very common skin condition, particularly among teenagers and young adults.
You can treat pustules with medication, or surgery in extreme cases, if they become bothersome.
Some people with acne present with small white or yellow spots surrounded by a swollen reddish painful area, which is an infected and inflamed hair follicle with the contained sebum.
The pus points at one spot on the overlying skin, which forms the white dot. Papules and pustules often occur together.
When they are clustered in significant numbers, the individual is said to have moderate to severe acne. Pustular acne is part of the disease category called inflammatory acne.
Step 1: Clean your face
This step is most important if you don't want your acne to be more severe.
Remove make-up and wash your face with a cleanser that matches your skin type before going into the process of pushing stubborn pimples out of your skin.
Makeup remover is required to clean your face, not just washing your face.
Because dirt, makeup residue, sunscreen, ... can stick deep inside the pores.
If you just used a cleanser, don't wash it off completely.
Therefore, using more mild makeup removers will help you cleanse your pores more.
Use an alcohol-free makeup remover to protect the skin, avoiding irritation and dryness.
The selected makeup remover should also be a soft, lint-free cotton.
Besides, when you choose a cleanser, you should use one that is suitable for the skin, gentle, has a balanced pH, the composition does not contain skin irritants, ensuring cleaning does not bring side effects.
You can choose from a number of cleansers with added anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties such as turmeric, honey, aloe vera, ...
Step 2: Sanitize hands and disinfect tools to squeeze acne
Good hand washing is no less important than face hygiene.
The hands are the most bacteria-rich places that the naked eye can see.
Therefore, if you normally get in the habit of touching your face with your hands, the acne will be worse and worse.
Step 3: Steam your face
The steam will help expand pores, support the process of bringing the acne out easily and reduce pain sensation.
Step 4: Proceed to squeeze acne
You can use cotton wool to gently push up the pimple, in case it is dry and has emerged on the skin surface.
Alternatively, you can use your hands to squeeze, but wrap your fingertips with a cotton ball or medical gauze soaked in antiseptic alcohol to make sure it doesn't infect the pimple.
Step 5: Gently squeeze the pimple out
You must be able to identify pimples that can be squeezed and those that cannot be pressed, to minimize difficult-to-treat scars.
This is your very concern. Squeeze pimples gently, do not rub the impact, causing acne to remain inside the core, which can cause skin infection, spreading acne more.
Step 6: Wash your face and take care of your skin after squeezing pimples
You can gently wipe with normal saline to help antibacterial for newly removed pimples.
Use a mask to soothe skin.
Use a mask specially designed for acne skin to avoid skin allergies.#102 | Huong Da Nang
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