Discussion in 'Fashion & Beauty' started by Candy416, Jun 13, 2019.
Does toothpaste really help to remove acne on the face? Any suggestions...
Based from experience
Only like 20% of the time. It never dries down so when sleeping with it on it’s a pain in the ass
No, it will dry out the skin and cause more problems. For some it might work, but for some it will only irritate it.
Yes, it helps, as it dries out the acne, but it is not recommended as it can cause redness and inflammation. Therefore it is much better to use a product that is recommended for acne prone skin such as benzoyl peroxide.
How can one assure? Please go with an expert recommendation only.
no. no no no.
do not put toothpaste on your face.
i recommend using acne patches specifically designed for that kind of thing
Don’t do it. It’s not designed to go on your face. The drying isn’t a problem because I use drying products to clear any spots (benzoyl peroxide gel and tea tree oil), the problem is the burning and irritation leaving toothpaste on your skin can cause.
i do it everytime i get a pimple lol
but i don't have acne and i rarely get any pimples so.. my experience might help you
According to me, Do not try toothpaste on the acne because it causes redness on the face and also irritate a lot. So instead of toothpaste use the proper medicine or the tube which is recommended by the doctor on acne.
No, I would suggest not to apply toothpaste on acne because it can make the skin dry and can create redness & irritation!