It is annoying to wake up in the morning with a pimple on your face, but did you know that the cold or rather the "very cold" can help to quickly eliminate pimples? Hence today's trick of the day which is to use an ice cube to make pimples go away quickly.
Before moving on to the steps it is important to mention that this tip mainly helps to stop the development of pimples and not to make them disappear completely. So as soon as you feel a pimple on your nose or on your chin think about this ice cube trick.
Take an ice cube from the freezer (make sure you use an ice cube free of dirt)
Place the ice cube on the button (s) for a few seconds
Repeat 3 or 4 times during the first 2 hours to stop the pimple
If the ice cube is too cold for your skin you can also use a wet washcloth that you place in the freezer 10-15 minutes before performing this trick.
The important thing with this trick is to do it as quickly as possible because if the button is already in place it may be difficult to make it disappear completely
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