Reduce Pimple and Acne Redness Using Aspirin

If you are having a horrible new pimple or just redness due to acne then aspirin is the ultimate solution to your problem. It really works and helps to reduce redness immediately. Every time we wake up to a new pimple, we try tricks like applying toothpaste overnight or any spot treatment but they are time consuming and the result is not always positive. With this aspirin mask, you don’t need to wait overnight. It works in a few minutes.

aspirin mask for skin

Here is an easy guide to reduce pimple or acne redness using aspirin:

Take about 2-3 aspirin tablets and 1 tsp water. In a small bowl, add the aspirin and water. You dont need to crush the aspirin as it dissolves itself in water. Once it’s completely dissolved, mix it well and make a paste.

Make sure your skin is clean before your apply this mixture. Apply this paste on your pimples with a Q tip or cotton ball. Avoid using your fingers to prevent any bacteria from getting on to the affected area.

Let the aspirin sit until dry. It wont take too long. Finally, rinse your face with water.

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3 comments on “Reduce Pimple and Acne Redness Using Aspirin

  1. Trix
    September 10, 2012 at 9:30 pm

    The purchases I make are enritley based on these articles.

  2. Tasnim Rahman
    February 3, 2013 at 3:41 pm

    My pop take Aspirin 75 as his medicine. Can i use it in my skin?

  3. tomtom
    September 2, 2013 at 12:46 pm

    @Tasnim, yes. Aspirin is aspirin (as long as it’s Aspirin and not Ibuprofen or etc.). A typical dose of Aspirin is 325mg so you would need four 75mg units per pill recommended in this article. At local “dollar stores” I’ve seen 140 Aspirin pills sold for $1.00 US.

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