Monday, April 25, 2016

Aspirine, more than a pain killer

I'm not the kind of person who every time has a headache takes pills. Not at all i would say. But i always keep aspirines in my draw just in case. In case that a zit will show up and i want it gone! Yup I'm putting aspirine in my face but I have a good reason for that. Two good reasons to be more specific. Aspirines are well known for their antiinflammatory effect and besides that their chemistry is very close to Beta Hydroxy Acid which helps to exfoliate and clean deeply the skin. Now before we start, in order to use this in your skin you have to make sure that you are not allergic to aspine and that you don't have serious acne. So let's get started.

What you'll need:

1/2 of the aspirine
1 tea spoon
1 cotton bud
some water

What to do:

Put some water in the spoon, not very much only as much as you need in order to melt the aspirine. After the aspirine melts, it becomes a granulated paste and then you know it's ready. Then take the cotton bud, swamp it in the paste and dub it on the spots you want to. You must have clean face. Leave this to your skin for about 15 minutes and then rinse it off. Before rinsing i like to wet my fingers and massage the spots that I have putter the paste on just to help the exfoliating part.


extra tips

  • Use this at night and the next day put on a sunblock
  • You can do it daily until the zit/zits is/are gone
  • You can mix it with some greek yogurt for better and faster results 
  • You can also use it for the zits on your back (if you have any of course) 
  • If you have sensitive skin try it on first on a small skin area