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Ever since summer of 2018 started, I started getting nose cysts!! My acne isn’t usually that bad (except for small pimples on forehead or just random regular pimples that are tiny). I popped 1 on purpose, not knowing what it was. Then, I remember using the apricot scrub and punctured a lot of the cyst, causing a scar. I stopped using any scrubs. As soon as school, started, my nose cysts got worst. I currently have 3 right now. 1 is budging and it’s huge! The 2 other ones are small red irritated bumps. Please help! As a teenager, I get really insecure about walking around school looking like Ruldoph. We can’t afford a dermatologist so I want home remedies or medications. The cysts usually last up to 3 weeks to a month even!! And they don’t really go away unless I pop it. And I don’t want to do that. 

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Here are a few things you can do:

  • Apply tea tree oil directly to the cyst two or three times a day
  • Apply apple cider vinegar to the cysts twice a day. Be careful if you have sensitive skin and dilute the ACV with a little water.
  • Massage a few drops of castor oil directly on the cyst. Soak a cotton cloth in warm water and place it on the cysts for 10-15 minutes. Do this twice a day.
  • Apply witch hazel to cysts 3-4 times a day.
Don't do them all at once, though, or you won't know which one it was that worked. And they are intense, so you don't want to irritate your skin further.

Good Luck.

 

 

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Based off personal experience, nose cysts/acne are the hardest to control, since the nose is a very oily location on the face. Popping/Puncturing is probably of the worst ways to combat the situation. short term it may work, but long term there will be a scar that will be there for quite some time. I recommend to wait it out, and not to mess with it, maybe put a little bit of ointment on it. I know it will be very hard, but waiting it out will reap its benefits in the long run.

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