As if it's not bad enough to get pimples on your face, they can also crop up on other parts of your body. While it's never a good thing to encounter a breakout somewhere, there are things you can do to deal with the problem and get rid of the pimples. It's time to stop being embarrassed about your body pimples and take care of them once and for all. I'm right there with you, so join me in doing the following things to clear the skin all over your body.
Who knew you could pimples on your breasts? You definitely can and that sucks because you can't just leave them uncovered to breathe and cut down on irritation. The simple solution is to wash your bra more often. Sweat, dead skin cells and bacteria can get trapped in the fabric, which can clog the pores on your breasts, leading to zits. Experts say to wash your bra after every three wearings to keep it clean and fresh.
Your neck is connected to your face so it makes sense that acne can move down onto it. Pimples are simply clogged pores and that can certainly happen on your neck. Make sure that when you cleanse your face, you also work the product into your jaw and neck. Problem solved!
This is one place that I find pimples from time to time. It can be uncomfortable and unsightly, but there is a solution. Most of the time zits crop up on your brows because you don't give them enough attention when you cleanse your face. Make sure you are removing all makeup and brow products from the area and avoid touching your brows with dirty fingers, which can clog pores.
You might mistake vaginal pimples for ingrown hairs, but since treatment differs, it pays to figure out what you're dealing with. Often, zits appear on your vagina because you're wearing underwear that isn't breathable enough. Make the switch and the problem should resolve.
The skin on your rear end is covered in pores, which means they can get clogged and you can get a pimple on your butt. It's definitely not comfortable so taking steps to prevent behind breakouts is something you'll never regret. Often, wearing underwear and pants that are too tight is the culprit, so loosen things up and see if that works for you.
Who knew you could get pimples on your ears? You can! While you can cover an ear zit by wearing your hair down, it makes more sense to stop the pimples from appearing in the first place. When you wash your face, make sure you spread the cleanser to your ears and the area around your ears. That will help keep your pores clear and pimple free.
I know you don't want to deal with pimples in your armpits. They can happen in your pits because you get sweaty there, which can clog your pores and lead to breakouts. Make sure you wash really well after you sweat and keep your pits clean and fresh. Easy enough, right?
Now this is a place where a pimple really sucks. I haven't dealt with it often, but it has happened a time or two. Lip zits happen when your thick lipstick or gloss clogs the pores around your mouth, leading to a breakout. Make sure you remove your makeup before bed and choose noncomodogenic lip products.
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