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#1 tarabear

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Posted 22 May 2009 - 07:36 AM

Has anyone tried this technique on a cyst or nodule under the skin? I have one on my chin right now and I was thinking about trying this to see if it really absorbs the pus/oil underneath. I was going to modify it slightly and just use a band aids cotton center to put the tea tree oil and active yeast on it.

Ingredients:
# Essential tea tree oil (Essential eucalyptus oil will work as well)
# Active yeast
# Surgical tape and a cotton square or a large bandage

Note: Perform this treatment at night time or just before you go to sleep.

Step 1:
Cleanse your skin with a mild soap.

Step 2:
Saturate the cotton square or the cotton part of the bandage with the essential oil.

Step 3:
Pour a one-half a teaspoon of active yeast over the center of the cotton square. Tap down the yeast pellets to help them cling to the essential oil but do not mix the oil and yeast together.

That’s because you want the oil and yeast to mix overnight to create a reaction that makes the pus “rise” out of your skin.

Step 4:
Now place the oil and yeast bandage or cotton square directly over your pimple. Use the tape to secure the oil and yeast to your skin.

Step 5:
Leave the bandage on over night. In the morning your pimple should be completely free of pus and gone.

Tips:
Obviously, this method is not ideal for getting a serious case of acne under control. This method is best for one or two isolated but HUGE ZITS. Though the technique is cumbersome, it does work. Just make sure that your bandage completely closes the oil and yeast over your pimple.

*The larger or more pus-filled your pimple is, the larger your bandage should be. Overnight, pus will seep out of your skin and into the cotton square. Make sure you have enough cotton to absorb the evacuating pus.




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