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callmeiris asked:

08 Aug 2012

Can I treat an ugly pimple with toothpaste?

I see several of these tricks. Does toothpaste have a healing effect on ugly pimples? What do you think? Thanks for the answer.

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vampkisses

vampkisses says:

Posted on 09 Aug 2012

I think it definitely helps! (: it's gotta be worth a try, right?

vampkisses

vampkisses says:

Posted on 09 Aug 2012

Different things work for different people (:

tornfornialler

tornfornialler says:

Posted on 13 Aug 2012

I think it depends on the brand. One time I used toothpaste and it turned bright red the next morning, making this irrelevant pimple look huge and disgusting, but another time the next morning it was gone. I'd suggest experimenting a day where you weren't going out so you don't go somewhere with a huge red blotch on your face if it fails. Good luck!

danielbowler

danielbowler says:

Posted on 14 Aug 2012

Yeah tooth paste can get rid of redness and inflammation of a pimple... but you never know things can go wrong :S it might react badly with your skin etc... "different things work for different people" ive used it once and i didnt really do much lol but thats just me.

umeshsharma723

umeshsharma723 says:

Posted on 17 Aug 2012

No I don't think so Becoz different toothpastes have different constituent substances to It cant be treated as the universal medicine for the acne. you had better to go for some natural products that can help you get rid of these pimple also known as acne.I used this one for the same http://www.revitoldirect.com/products/acnezine-solution

francisgoldsmith

francisgoldsmith says:

Posted on 19 Sep 2012

I agree with different things go with different people,it might work on me but not on you,I suggest that you look onto to some Skin Care online sites and see how it works on your skin.

http://beautyproductsdiary.com/

telly03019

telly03019 says:

Posted on 20 Oct 2012

maybe i tried it

charliex93

charliex93 says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2013

I don't think so.It might help with the swelling but I don't it would be a good treatment,I suggest that you try other treatments recommended by a dermatologist.
See more here : http://www.nyccosmeticdermatology.com/

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