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SOS I have a pimple!

If you are struggling with occasional pimples, this post will be for you. Also people who fight acne can use this note. Today I will introduce 3 products that facilitate a quick fight against all kinds of failures. All ointments presented are available at the pharmacy without a prescription.
Ichthyol Ointment This is my big favorite. This product is only suitable for the suppression of purulent acne. It can pull out all the oil in one night, causing the pimple to heal faster. All you need to do is apply a thick layer of the product to the pimple and seal it with a slice of dressing. There will be no trace of oil in the morning. The ointment has extracting properties. Also suitable for removing splinters that are difficult to remove.
Her only downside is the smell, which is associated with hot asphalt. However, you can forgive her because the performance is excellent.
Thanks Clotrimazolum I got rid of acne. This product is recommended for vaginal mycoses, but it is also often recommended for acne lesions. It was a hit. After a week of use, I noticed great changes. I applied 2 ointment times a day. As it has matting properties, I also applied it during the day.
Hydrocorisonum it's my secret weapon for allergies. I am allergic and I am familiar with skin changes. When I feel urticaria appear, I grease the place with this product. This ointment must not be used on healthy areas of the skin. 10 mg / g version. is often prescribed by dermatologists (it is stronger). This version may need a little more time, but it is equally effective.


  1. Avatar rytmynatury.pl 13 March 2017 / 10: 09

    Tea oil is sweeping anyway 🙂 Natural, effective without unnecessary ballast of chemistry ...

  2. Avatar K. Kasieńka 15 April 2015 / 16: 47

    Hydrocorisonum is reliable when itching after insect bites. I can't imagine summer without him. 😉

  3. Avatar Kamila 15 April 2015 / 13: 35

    Tormentiol performed best for me

  4. Avatar Em Art 15 April 2015 / 12: 01

    I know and trust everyone you write about
    Plus, I still have ointment from vitamin A and a lot of other prescriptions, because my child from birth had the same skin problems as I do today. Then he healed and I stayed as always, but at least I have mild, pediatrician medicines ;-)

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 15 April 2015 / 12: 18

      About ointments with vit. I also wrote once because it is my big favorite. Works great with dry lips or other body parts.

  5. Avatar Kamila Konarska 14 April 2015 / 10: 48

    I used Hydrocortisonum lately because there were changes on the skin of my hands, because I got soap under the ring. I lubricated a few days and it helped :)

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 14 April 2015 / 11: 17

      You were allergic to chicken and soap? I can't use bar soaps, because regardless of whether it's hands or body, I have dry skin.

  6. Avatar Absur dna 14 April 2015 / 07: 56

    I once had a Hydrocortisonum from a dermatologist, I was allergic to it from the sun. And as for the first ointment, it will probably be in my beautician's case this week 🙂 It's great that you wrote about these ointments!

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 14 April 2015 / 11: 18

      Ichthiol ointment is great, just do not be scared of how it "smells" 😛

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 13 April 2015 / 21: 31

      Oh yes! If a failure occurs, you have to fight with the greatest powers: D

  7. Avatar DAISY 13 April 2015 / 18: 32

    I know ichthiol ointment and I use it myself when an enemy jumps out 😀

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 13 April 2015 / 21: 31

      It would be ideal if it wasn't for its awful smell: P

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 13 April 2015 / 18: 40

      Did you stick a thick layer over the night?

  8. Avatar powder compact 13 April 2015 / 17: 57

    I used 2 of these ointments once, fortunately, after treatment with isotek, I have peace with pimples 🙂

  9. Avatar Czarnatruskawkaa 13 April 2015 / 17: 57

    Hmm .. I have never heard of such an ointment .. Thanks for the information 🙂

  10. Avatar Ewelina Wysokińska 13 April 2015 / 17: 02

    I don't have acne, but my children sometimes have big volcanoes on their faces. I will recommend these ointments to them. 🙂

  11. Avatar Arleta S. 13 April 2015 / 09: 24

    very cool post, I will definitely need some information - for me, one pimple disappears and the other one already appears, grr ..

  12. Avatar me, Cosmonaut 12 April 2015 / 17: 51

    It is worth adding that the last ointment must not be applied to the face for more than three days or not used too often at all - steroids are not a toy 🙂

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 13 April 2015 / 08: 04

      That's right, after 3 days of use you need to see your doctor best (if it doesn't help). I once extended the application to 4 days and luckily nothing happened :) You have to be very careful.

  13. Avatar An gie 12 April 2015 / 17: 17

    Fortunately, I can count the amount of pimples that has appeared on my skin all my life pal

  14. Avatar Kaprysek 12 April 2015 / 14: 51

    ichthyol ointment is a good product, I often apply zinc ointment or zinc mask from bingoSPA. I also recommend Himalaya ointment and tamanu oil 😉

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 12 April 2015 / 15: 13

      Oh yes! The ichthyol ointment has saved me more than once :) I wrote about Himalaya on the blog: for me a total flop. I've heard a lot of good about tamanu oil, but I'm afraid to use it because my complexion doesn't like oils 🙁

  15. Avatar Anonymous 12 April 2015 / 12: 32

    Well, and I did not know how to get rid of these purulent pimples thanks to mam I have this ointment at home 🙂

  16. Avatar Cornflower variations 12 April 2015 / 10: 49

    I do not know Hydrocorisonum, I have to read more about this ointment because I am also allergic and have urticaria.

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 12 April 2015 / 15: 14

      I recommend, it works for all types of allergies.

    • Avatar Anonymous 13 August 2016 / 11: 19

      Hydrocortisonum is a steroid ointment. Gentle, but still. And steroids must not be used on the face. Prolonged use may cause subcutaneous tissue atrophy.

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