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Arm & Hammer Baking SodaPour a small amount of Arm & Hammer Baking Soda into the cupped palm of your hand and add a little water to make a paste. Put a small dab of the paste on any blemishes and let sit for a few minutes. Gently scrub your face with more of the paste.The baking soda cleans your skin throughly,exfoliates dead skin cells, loosens blackheads, and leave your skin feeling wonderfully smooth.

CortaidApplying a dab of Cortaid on your pimples reduces the swelling and tenderness.

Colgate ToothpasteApply a dab of colgate regular toothpaste on the pimples.The toothpaste dries up pimples quickly.Just be sure to use the regular flavour-not the tartar-control kind, which contains harsher chemicals.

Heinz White VinegarMix equal parts Heinz White Vinegar and water,and use a cotton ball to clean your face with the astringent solution,to readjust your skin to the proper pH.

Neosporin Dab a little Neosporin on pimples and blemishes.the antibiotic helps clear up acne.

[ b]Philip's Milk of Magnesia.Using Philips' Milk of Magnesia as a facial mask helps dry up the excess oils from your face,and dabbing it on pimples reduces redness and speeds up healing.

Quaker oats.make a bowl of oatmeal according to the directions on the back of the canister,let cool,and apply the oatmeal to your face. Cover with a washcloth dampened with warm water.let sit for fifteen minutes,then wash clean. Repeat daily for one week,or whenever acne flares up. Oatmeal is a natural asringent that dries the skin.

Vicks VapRub.To dry up pimples,put a litle dab of Vicks VapoRub on the blemishes,and the pimples will soon vanish

Learnt alot of info here... So figured i'd pass some back.....

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Sounds good. I'm gonna give that baking soda one a try. Have any of these worked well for you?

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Baking soda and vinegar is a classic recipe for unclogging drains, and drains are often clogged with greasy dead skin cells and hair. Haven't tried it on my skin yet. The combination makes a big fizz.

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Sounds good.  I'm gonna give that baking soda one a try.  Have any of these worked well for you?

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