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Natural remedy for burst acne?

What should you do if an acne is burst accidentally? I put lemon drops immediately on the wound . It helped stop the bleeding but what can i use from my kitchen to close the wound without scarrign my skin.
Asked On : Fri, 23 Mar 2012
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Hi ,thanks for your query.Firstly i would like let know some facts about acne.The most effective way to avoid acne scarring is by preventing acne from developing into a more severe form. Don't wait to see if acne will go away on its own.Avoid doing anything that may further irritate your skin. This may include aggressive scrubbing, harsh skin care products, etc.Donot squeeze or pop any pimple.The tendency to scar varies from person to person. If you are highly prone to scarring, you should see your doctor right away to discuss treatment options.Your doctor can help you with a treatment plan to help minimize the chances of scarring.
Hope ur skin remains scar free....
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