Proven Skincare: What To Do To Get Rid of a Pimple

How To Get Rid of a Pimple in One Day


Oh my gosh, I forgot to talk about moisturizer.
Okay, now, when it comes to a moisturizer,
this is where I think a lot of people get it wrong
when it comes to taking care
and getting rid of their breakouts.
A lot of people think for some reason,
that moisturizing is not a good idea
when you’re struggling with a breakout
because you don’t want to block your pores.
Here’s the reality.
There are so many different types of moisturizers out there
and the majority of them won’t clog your pores.
The only types of moisturizers
that really have a pretty guaranteed chance
of blocking your pores
are ones that are meant for severely dry skin.
There are so many water creams, gel creams,
lightweight, fast-absorbing moisturizers
that feel like nothing on the skin.
And here’s the reason why you want a moisturizer.
Like I said before, when you have a breakout,
it’s a lesion in your skin.
It is an opening, which means that the process
of your skin naturally moisturizing yourself
is gonna go out the window.
There’s no way for your skin to maintain its hydration
and moisture in that area.
And your skin needs hydration and moisture
for it to be able to repair itself.
And that’s why it’s so important to moisturize your skin
when you are struggling with a breakout.
Now I’ll be honest.
For me, because I use more drying treatments
like clays or salicylic acid on the specific spot,
I do like to go in with more strong, hydrating,
moisturizing products because I’m just looking
to heal that area as much as possible.
And I have never noticed, at least from my skin,
a moisturizer that blocks my pores
unless it has specific ingredients
that are known for being poor clogging.
I have seen so many cases where people are freaked out
to use a moisturizer because they’re concerned
about breaking out, when in reality, there’s just…
There’s so many good products and ingredients out there
to utilize when you have a breakout
that aren’t going to do that to your skin.
One of my favorites that I use
when I’m struggling with breakouts,
is the SkinFix Lipid-Peptide Lotion.
It has the lipid complex that focuses
on addressing all different types of damage within the skin.
But it’s a great way of reinforcing your moisture barrier
without a really thick, kind of risky moisturizer
for your skin.
It’s a great product,
but if you are nervous about using a moisturizer,
I highly recommend any of the water creams
that I usually recommend on my channel,
whether it be the First Aid Beauty Coconut Water Cream,
and that’s coconut water, not coconut oil.
Coconut oil is not good for your breakouts.
There’s the Rovectin Clean Lotus Water Cream
that I absolutely love.
There’s the Some By Mi, AHA/BHA/PHA Miracle Cream.
That one’s great if you want a little bit
of exfoliation as well.
There’s so many options out there,
but just make sure you’re moisturizing your skin.
And then finally, I always follow up with a sunscreen.
Sunscreen is an absolute must for me
whenever I’m starting with a breakout.
And typically I usually like to go in with a sunscreen
that’s zinc-oxide based.
The reason being, zinc oxide is great
for reducing sensitivity within the skin, but it’s also
one of the most friendly sunscreen ingredients to pimples.
I know a lot of people do struggle with a sensitivity
to sunscreen filters, which is usually why
I just recommend zinc-oxide-based sunscreens anyway,
but some of my personal favorites
are the Purito Comfy Water Block, SPF 50.
It feels like literally water on the skin.
Absolutely nothing.
Or if I want a little bit more moisturizing ability
and a slight tint, I like the CeraVe Sheer Tint, SPF 30.
I know this seems like a lot of products,
but typically I usually only use
like three or four products.
I just want to recommend as many as I can
to you guys on the chance at least some of them
are gonna work for your skin.
But what I do on what you have to make sure you do
is to not (beep) up the entire experience of using products
by handling your skin wrong.
And what that means is don’t touch your pimple.
I know, I seem like the biggest hypocrite saying that.
I touch my skin so much, it’s not even funny,
but when I’m struggling with a breakout or a pimple,
I do not touch that area.
That’s the worst time, the absolute worst time
to touch your pimple.
And I think that’s one of the reasons
I also love hydrocolloid patches
because it’s kind of a barrier
from you getting bacteria in that area.
If you are someone who struggles with picking,
I highly recommend using a patch
because it’ll just stop you from touching it.
Another thing that I have to mention,
because don’t you dare do this
if you struggle with a breakout.
Do not that scrub that face.
Don’t even touch that shit.
Don’t even consider it.
Stay the hell away.
Scrubs are literally the worst thing
you could good tackle a breakout with.
Because it’s like, “Hmm, there’s this wound on my face
that’s very, very sensitive
and I have to be very careful with it.
And let me just take this thing
that absolutely demolishes, bulldozes the skin cells
on your face at a rate that could make it even worse
and put it on that area.
Doesn’t that make logical sense?”
(chuckling) Oh God, I’m annoying.
Just please don’t do it for my sake.
If you’re considering using a scrub,
just stop and think, what would Hyram do?
WWHD, bitch.
And that’s it.
That’s my entire process
that usually makes my pimples go away within a day or two.
I have no idea if that’s going to happen this time around.
I hope it does, but we shall see.
Like I say, it doesn’t work every single time
and it’s unrealistic to expect that every pimple
and every breakout will be the same
and that you’ll be able to get rid of it in no time,
every single time.
But these products really do help me
and I hope they can help some of you guys out there
who may be struggling with the same thing.
What are your thoughts on all of these tips?
I would love to know.
Please let me know in the comment section down below
and let me know if you have any further requests
for videos about pimples and breakouts that I can do.
I know I can do a lot more.
I just, I get nervous around the topic
because it is such an intense experience for so many people,
but let me know.
And if you haven’t already,
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And I’ll see you guys in the next one.
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