20 Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Painful Pimple On Nose 

Painful Pimple On Nose 

Pimples, zits and spots on the nose; what an annoying sight we say, and a painful one that too!

And this is why; we are here to talk about it gone for good. Here today, we shall speak about the causes of pimple on the nose, symptoms, how to get it removed through home remedies and after care. Read on and be well-informed.

Pimple on nose meaning

A pimple on the nose says a lot about your health and hygiene.

  • A zit on your nose could mean you are highly stressed or going through puberty. When one is stressed to the T, the body releases adrenaline which in turn increases the production of oil, thus resulting in breakouts on the nose area.
  • A pimple on the nose close to the eyes could mean poor liver function.
  • A zit formed at the tip of the nose could indicate faulty digestive system.
  • When you spot a breakout on the sides of the nose, it could mean changes in cardiovascular and reproductive system.
  • But there could be several other causes as well for nose pimple. Let’s take a look.

Causes of pimple on the nose

There are many reasons why pimples happen on any part of our face and on some parts of our bodies, the nose especially. Lets take a look at the same.

1. Hormonal Imbalance:

If you already have hormonal imbalance, chances are you would suffer from breakouts, since the membranes inside the skin cells are weakest at this moment and full of tiny blood cells and nerve endings that can rupture at the slightest move and touch.

2. Clogged pores

Bacteria, dirt, grime and dead skin cells on the face and the nose especially would be blocking the route of oily glands or sebaceous glands. When the sebum finds no way out, they accumulate and cause the pimples to grow- first blind and then outward. This results in that big pimple on the nose.

3. Improper diets

Improper diet and lack of water intake too would be cause of toxin accumulation in the body and when flushing out of toxins don’t happen on a regular basis, chances are the body would show signs and symptoms- pimples on the nose in this case.

4. Cosmetics

One also can get pimples on the nose through chemically infused cosmetics and high doses of medication. The chemicals react with the hormones and the skin tissues and play havoc.

Here were some of the causes why experts opine that pimples on the nose can be formed. Have they rung a bell yet? Well, let’s move forward and read what the symptoms of pimples on the nose would be like!

[Also Read: 10 Best Ways To Get Rid Of Lip Pimples Fast]

Symptoms

A pimple is formed when the hair follicles beneath the skin are blocked.

The debris of skin mixes with the oils inside the pores and this accumulates to clog the follicles. Thus, all hell breaks loose – pimples happen. Some of the symptoms for the same would be.

  1. Itch on the nose
  2. Dense white pus formulation
  3.  Inflammation and cyst appearance
  4. Bumps on the nose
  5. Infected nose area, and
  6. Thickening and heating up of the area of skin infected to name a few

Home remedies to get rid of pimple on nose

1.  Ice

Even if the pimple on nose hasn’t matured, you can use ice to treat the same.

What all you need:

  • Ice cubes
  • Clean cotton kerchief

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Allow the area to naturally dry completely.
  3. Now place a couple of ice cubes in the clean cotton kerchief and wrap them up tight.
  4. Dab the ice pack on the area affected as you would when you do cold compress treatments.
  5. Hold on to the area for a couple of seconds and remove after that.
  6.  Repeat five times at least throughout the day.

How it works:

With the ice compress, the skin is detoxed, there is a lot of blood circulation brought through, and the area is kept numb from inflammation and the swelling is brought down to a large extent, which makes it easy for you to treat immature.

Tip:

Do not use this method for mature and pus filled pimples!

2.  Steam

Steam would help open up the pores and remove the dirt, grime and bacteria too. This aids in removing mature pimples on nose and cyst pus filled ones too.

What all you need:

  • Steaming water
  • Lemon
  • Clean towel.

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution. Place your head over the bowl of warm water and start allowing the steam to hit the nose where the pimple is.
  2. Now place the lemon rind in the water for some aroma to breathe in.
  3. While that happens, place a towel on top of your head, so as to not allow the steamy lemon vapors to rush out.
  4. While the steam hits the nose, the nose gets moistened and softens the pimple on nose.
  5. Gently with a cotton piece dab the area and pop the pus and pimple out.
  6. Do this once a day, thrice a week for matured and pus filled pimples.

How it works:

The steam opens up the pores and lets the dirt, grime, sebum and the pus from the matured pimples flow out. This is because, stream makes the tissues of the skin very soft and easy to open the pores too; thereby helping clear the pimple off the nose as well.

Tip:

Do not use this method for immature pimples!

3.  Lemon

Lime or lemon is acidic in nature, and the juice of the same in concentrated form has been used in many DIY home remedies, since time immemorial for beauty and health needs.

What all you need:

  • Concentrate of lemon juice
  • Cotton ball
  • Clean towel.

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Now take a glass of concentrated lemon juice and into this, place the cotton ball.
  3. Let it soak the juice completely.
  4. Remove the cotton ball and dab the area with the same, allowing the distribution of the same to happen.
  5. Wait for five minutes and then wash off.
  6. Do this thrice a day for all skin types.

How it works:

The acidic nature of lime helps neutralize and balance the pH levels of the skin, and also nourishes the skin and dries away excess oil on the skin too. This helps with the drying up of the pimple on nose as well, and that’s why we say, do it thrice a day.

Tip:

Not to be used on sensitive skin, blind pimples and dry skin types.

Do not go out of the house soon after using lime on the skin, it will irate the skin further.

Lemon for Pimple on Nose

4. Garlic

The use of garlic as a medicinal and an antibacterial agent for most DIY treatments isn’t a mystery these days, and for many centuries that too. So let’s take a look together on how to use garlic pods to remove the pesky pimples on the nose.

What all you need:

  • Raw garlic pods

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Cut open the garlic pods after skinning them with a knife.
  3. Rub the garlic pods very gently for a second or two on the infected area and allow the same to soak in.
  4. Wash off with cold water.

How it works:

With the use of garlic pods rubbed over the infected area, the antibacterial and antimicrobial properties come into play. This allows for cell reinforcement and regeneration, along with proper circulation of blood too. And in the worst case scenario, if there is a break out, the infection would be curbed as well. This is because of the sulphur content in it which stops the breaking and infection of pimples.

Tip:

It can sting so be gentle when dabbing garlic on the pimple.

5.  Tea Tree Oil

What resists will persist- WRONG! We can undo that statement here for good by using tea tree oil to get the pimple removed and for good.

What all you need:

  • Tea tree oil in its concentrated form
  • Cotton ball
  • Ice

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Start by rubbing ice over the area infected for a couple of minutes.
  3. Wipe off with the cotton ball and then dab the cotton with tea tree oil, and place it on the nose for twenty minutes.
  4. Rest and close your eyes.
  5. Do this once every day until the pimple disappears.

How it works:

Tea tree oil is very powerful as an antibacterial and an antimicrobial agent, and kills all the fungus and harmful elements too. When you do dab the area, you are promoting more blood circulation and helping in opening the pores too. This helps pop the cyst out and remove the pus or grime and sebum which is accumulated.

Tip:

Never use undiluted essential oils

6. Apple Cider Vinegar

Some of us would suffer from stubborn and very painful pimples on the nose, which do not work with any treatments and OTC products, and this is where apple cider vinegar can come for help.

What all you need:

  • A cup of apple cider vinegar
  • Cotton balls
  • Ice cube

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Place the ice gently on the inflamed area and rub slowly in circular motions.
  3. This will help numb the swelling and the pain.
  4. Next, we would dip the cotton ball into the apple cider vinegar and gently dab the area.
  5. This helps with blood circulation and opening of the pores.
  6. Wash off when the pus flows out and then gently pat dry.

How it works:

With the rubbing and the dabbing, you would be promoting circulation. Ice would help numb the area off the pain and the blood circulation would still carry on while icing the area. Apple cider vinegar would help kill the bacteria and the infection breakout and more.

Tip:

Do not use this on a blind pimple or a baby pimple!

7. Onion Juice

You would need time in hand to do this remedy, which is why it is best done twice a week and preferably in a gap of 3 days each.

What all you need:

  • A tbsp of fresh onion juice
  • A tbsp of olive oil or coconut oil
  • Cotton balls

Directions:

  • Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  • Start by mixing the juice and the oil together and letting it set for a minute.
  • The next step would be the gently dip the cotton ball into this mix and dab the area on the nose gently.
  • In circular motions run the cotton around the pimple, and then wash off the area.
  • Do this twice a week for half an hour.

How it works:

The acidic and mineral content in onions help replenish the cells and the tissues of the skin, and also helps as an abrasive to remove the pus formed in the pimples. The oil in question is a hydrating agent, a nourishing agent and will help dry the pimple out sans scars left behind. The blood circulation would be high since you would be rubbing the area gently, and this helps the pus to come out sooner.

Tip:

Not to be used on sensitive skin types, dry skin and couperouse skin too.

Onion juice to Treat Pimple On Nose

8. Papaya

Across the world of beauty, papaya is praised as an agent that works miracles and wonders for cures and more. This is why, we would like to help you with a formula using papaya to remove the pimples on the nose.

What all you need:

  • One cup of fresh papaya pieces (mashed)

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Gently scoop out a good amount of papaya mash and apply it on the nose.
  3. Here is where you would gently rub the area with the mash in the hand.
  4. Do wait for half an hour and then wash off.
  5. This should be done twice a week.

How it works:

By gently massaging the area with papaya mash, the compounds in the fruit would help nourish the skin, the antioxidants help fight infection and free radicals, and the blood circulation is given a boost. In addition to that, there is cell regeneration done as well, and the mash will also help exfoliate dirt, grime and dead skin cells too.

Tip:

Not to be used on sensitive skin and couperouse skin types

9. Witch Hazel

Witch hazel for very long has been used as an antimicrobial agent to help deal with a lot of skin issues, pimples and acne too. This is why, we are going to talk about the benefits and how to use witch hazel to get the pimple on the nose removed, for good.

What all you need:

  • Cotton ball
  • A few drops of witch hazel oil
  • Clean towel
  • Ice cubes

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Dip the cotton ball into the witch hazel solution and dab the area with the same.
  3. Place the cotton and leave it on the nose.
  4. Wait for twenty minutes and then remove.
  5. Wash off with cold ice water or rub ice on it; pat dry.
  6. This should be done every day until the pimple is gone.

How it works:

The antimicrobial properties and soothing properties of witch hazel helps clean and bring inflammation down. Ice cubes rubbed on the area helps with detoxing the skin, bringing down the pain and swelling and in blood circulation too.

Tip:

Not to be used on cyst and pus formed pimples, and dry skin!

Your toothpaste at home would be best to use to get that nasty pimple away, and preferably mint toothpaste for its soothing properties.

What all you need:

  • Mint toothpaste

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Start by applying a nail sized toothpaste on the area and wait for fifteen minutes.
  3. Gently rub the area with cold water and wash off the area.
  4. Do this twice a day for three days and the pimple would be gone.

How it works:

The mint toothpaste helps with soothing properties and being an antibacterial agent. While you rub the area with water, you would be motivating blood circulation and exfoliating dirt, grime and the dead skin cells.

Tip:

Not to be used on dry and couperouse skin types!

Witch Hazel for Pimple on Nose

10. Tomato

Tomatoes are good for the body, the skin and the hair too. This is why, we would tell you to use a tomato to get rid of pimples too. Thanks to the presence of antioxidants in tomatoes, there can be a lot of benefits for your skin.

What all you need:

  • A tomato cut in half

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Gently rub the tomato half onto the area affected and allow the juice to dry onto the skin for half an hour.
  3. Wash off with cold water thereafter.

How it works:

The antioxidant properties of tomatoes can help beat free radicals and infection. Topical application of tomato puree or juice can help with skin cell regeneration, cell reformation and lightens the acne patches too. Tomatoes do not allow the break out of tomatoes to happen, and nourish the skin more since the vitamins in it do the job. Moreover, as you rub tomatoes on the skin, it helps with blood circulation.

Tip:
Not to be used on dry and sensitive skin!

11. Egg Whites

Eggs for the body, the hair and your skin, why not? You get more protein to work for your needs, more collagen and more elastin too.

What all you need:

  • An egg and a bowl

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Remove the yolk of the egg from the white, and whisk the white well.
  3. Apply a layer of the egg white on the nose where the pimple is and wait for ten minutes to let the egg white dry.
  4. Thereafter, wash the nose area with cold water and rinse with rose water to ward off the smell.
  5. Apply cream to moisturize the skin and rest.
  6. This should be done every day until the pimple goes.

How it works:

Eggs have amino acids and vitamins, proteins and enzymes in them which can defeat bacteria and the grime that cause pimples. Since egg whites dry up quick, it can help absorb excess oil on the kin and when you wash the egg white off, you would be promoting circulation and exfoliating the skin too. Egg whites also are natural antifungal and antiviral agents, and they help destroy the bacteria too. Proteins in an egg white helps regenerate skin cells, and the vitamin B is an antioxidant which helps promote cell repair too.

Tip:

Rose water should be used to ward off the smell as the final rinse!

Egg Whites for Pimple on Nose

12. Turmeric

The use of turmeric as a antimicrobial agent in DIY beauty treatments has been forever. This is why, we are here to tell you more about how to use turmeric in many ways to get rid of pimples and acne on the nose. Take a look

What all you need:

  • Half a cup of turmeric
  • Black pepper
  • Olive oil
  • Coconut oil
  • Mint paste
  • Basil paste

Directions:

Process 1

This is a formula which you need to consume.

  1. Mix a teaspoon of turmeric with olive oil and a pinch of black pepper powder.
  2. Consume this concoction and flush it down with a glass of water.
  3. To be had once daily on an empty stomach.

How it works:

Helps flush the toxins out of the body and keeps the internals clean. This means, no more toxins to push out through the skin.

Process 2

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Mix the mint paste, basil and coconut oil with the turmeric powder and form a paste.
  3. Apply the paste on the area for twenty minutes and wait.
  4. This should be done daily till the problematic pimple goes away.

How it works:

Dries up the pimple, nourishes the skin, lightens the area and provides more emphasis on skin regeneration.

Process 3

  1. Mix ten tbsp of turmeric with some oil and form a paste.
  2. Apply the same on the area affected and wait for half an hour.
  3. The next step would be to steam the area with a warm wet towel and gently exfoliate the area with minimal scrubbing.
  4. This should be done daily.

How it works:

By using these three processes of turmeric for the skin, you are giving the skin protection from fungus, bacteria and grime, inflammation, pain, redness and swelling associated with painful pimples on the nose. Moreover, the antioxidants in turmeric helps fight off infections and future breakouts, free radicals too. Finally, antiseptic properties of turmeric heal the skin. And when you rub the skin with the packs, you are actually improving circulation and exfoliation of the skin.

Tip:

Do not use this on dry and couperouse skin!

13. Baking Soda

Forget all the costly OTC products that claim to remove the pimples, and let us use baking soda to remove the same. Here are three ways to use baking soda to get the nasty pimples off the nose.

Process 1

What all you need:

  • 1 cup baking soda
  • A tbsp of honey
  • Cotton ball

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Mix the honey and the baking soda to form a paste.
  3. Apply the paste onto the area where the pimple is and rub the area gently.
  4. Wait for ten minutes to let it dry and then gently wash off with cold water.

How it works:

Baking soda and honey when rubbed onto the skin, would help form an exfoliation pack. And when you rub the area gently, you would help with blood circulation too. This helps the pores open up faster and remove the dirt and grime, while nourishing the skin and removing the debris. This is why we would ask you to do this daily.

Tip:

Not for couperouse skin types!

14. Honey

For many centuries, honey has been used as a medicinal agent and a natural ingredient too, to curb skin and health issues. Here are a couple of ways to make honey remove the nasty pimple on your nose. Check them out!

What all you need:

  • A cup of honey
  • Baking soda
  • Tomato
  • Neem leaves.

Process 1

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Mix a tbsp of baking soda with tomato paste and apply onto the area in paste form.
  3. Wait for ten minutes and then gently massage and wash the area off.
  4. Do this every day for a week.

How it works:

Exfoliation and blood circulation improvement is done when you gently massage and exfoliate the area, and this also increases the cell regeneration moments too.

Tips:

Not for dry and couperouse skin

Process 2

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Mix a tbsp  of honey with baking soda and apply onto the area in paste form.
  3. Wait for ten minutes and then gently massage and wash the area off.
  4. Do this every day for a week.

How it works:

Exfoliation and blood circulation improvement is done when you gently massage and exfoliate the area, and this also increases the cell regeneration moments too.

Tips:

Not for dry and couperouse skin

15. Cinnamon

One of the best herbal extracts you could ever ask for, cinnamon can help treat nasty pimples on the nose. You could use a pinch of the powder or the oil.

What all you need:

  • A teaspoon of the oil
  • Cinnamon powder

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Apply the powder in dry form or the oil onto the area affected and wait for ten minutes.
  3. Wash off with cold water and repeat after five hours.
  4. Do this twice daily.

How it works:

Cinnamon is an antibacterial agent that fights off microbes and brings down infections, and also helps with declogging the pores, reducing inflammation and balances the production of sebum too. And when you rub cinnamon powder on the pimple area, it would help with microdermabrasion too.

Tip:

Not to use when you have mature pimples, pimples with pus or on very dry skin!

Cinnamon to Treat Pimple on Nose

16. Neem

Neem in many ways has been nature’s medicinal agent for all our needs, including skin care too. This is why we have a large market of neem based products. So let’s check out the many ways to use neem to remove pimples.

What all you need:

  • Multani mitti
  • Yogurt
  • Neem paste
  • Honey
  • Turmeric

Process 1

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Apply the neem paste mixed with multani mitti onto the area and wait for half an hour.
  3. Wash off with cold water and gently dab the area to pat dry.

How it works:

Neem is an antibacterial agent that fights off microbes and brings down infections, and also helps with declogging the pores, reducing inflammation and balances the production of sebum too. Multani mitti helps soak up the excess oil and shrinks the pores from further being infected.

TIP:

Not for dry skin!

Process 2

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Apply the neem paste mixed with yogurt onto the area and wait for half an hour.
  3. Wash off with cold water and gently dab the area to pat dry.

How it works:

Yogurt is live culture that helps form a coating on the pores to prevent infections from setting in.

Tip:

Not to use for sensitive skin

Process 3

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Apply the neem paste mixed with honey and turmeric onto the area and wait for half an hour.
  3. Wash off with cold water and gently dab the area to pat dry.

How it works:

Turmeric is antibacterial that guarantees to fight off the infections, while honey hydrates and medicates the area at the same time.

Tip:

Not to use for oily and combo skin types.

17. Listerine Mouthwash

Get into the wash room and pick out the Listerine you use, which will help combat the pimple issue. Today we shall tell you how to use Listerine to clear the nose top off the pimple that bothers you.

What all you need:

  • Listerine mouthwash
  • Cotton balls

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Allow the area to naturally dry completely.
  3. Dip cotton into a generous amount of Listerine and gently dab onto the area affected.
  4. Pat dry the area and repeat thrice in a day for a week.

How it works:

While there are many ways to apply Listerine, this was the easiest. What you need to understand is that the compounds in Listerine would help beat bacteria and infections, and also soothe the inflammation and swelling while you dab and rub or massage the area with it.

Tip:

Not for sensitive skin types!

Listerine for Pimple on Nose

18. Oats Scrub

What all you need:

  • A cup of unflavoured oatmeal
  • Avocado paste
  • Water
  • Honey

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Mix a tbsp of oatmeal with avocado paste and make a pack.
  3. Apply the same on your nose tip and wait for half an hour.
  4. Wash off with cold water and gently rub the area, so that exfoliation happens.
  5. Dab honey to hydrate the skin and wait for ten minutes, wash off with water thereafter and pat dry.

How it works:

Your skin is exfoliated off the dead skin cells and the area is boosted with more blood circulation. The excess oil is prevented from flowing out since oatmeal dries it up, and avocado nourishes the skin and helps with skin regeneration.

Tip:

Not for sensitive skin types

Oats Scrub for Pimple on Nose

19. Aloe Vera Gel

The soothing properties of aloe vera cannot be undermined. This is why we would be using it to treat the annoying pimple on our nose as well. Here below is the way to do it.

What all you need:

  • Fresh gel of an aloe vera stem
  • Sugar powder
  • Curd

Directions:

  1. Begin by gently splashing water and cleaning the area with an antibacterial solution.
  2. Mix all the ingredients in a whisking bowl and form a paste.
  3. Apply the paste onto the nose and wait for ten minutes.
  4. Gently scrub off the paste with water and pat dry.

How it works:

Aloe vera contains growth hormones that helps with collagen synthesis, and in addition to that, aloe vera is antimicrobial and very soothing for the skin. The glycol proteins in aloe vera curbs inflammation and swelling, and the antioxidants in it fight free radicals too. Even if you drink aloe vera or the paste which we mentioned, it would be great, since it would be a detox drink that can help you clear your system of the waste matter and toxins.

Tip:

Not to use for sensitive skin!

20. Alcohol

Benzoyl peroxide is famously used as an acne and pimple treatment, and this is why we shall use it today.

What all you need:

  • A cap of alcohol
  • Cotton ball

Directions:

  1. Dab the cotton ball into the alcohol content and place it on the nose for ten minutes.
  2. Gently rub after ten minutes and remove the cotton ball.
  3. Dab and pat the area dry.
  4. Repeat after five hours.
  5. This should be done twice daily and in the morning and night.

How it works:

The alcohol in question would be the sole reason why the bacterial DNA gets killed and why the human skin cells are regenerated too. It can help shrink the pores and prevent it from further infections.

Tip:

Not to be used on dry and sensitive skin!

Now that we have given you the lowdown on various ways to remove the annoying pimple from the nose, we are here to even help you understand when a doctors help would be needed. Please read on and check the same!

When to seek medical help?

  1. If you notice that the pimple hasn’t left you in a week
  2.  If there are too many whiteheads that are out of control
  3. If there are too many blackheads and those that cannot be managed
  4. If the redness and swelling isn’t going down
  5.  If the pustules are too large and pus is flowing out constantly with pain accompanied
  6. It would be time to check with the dermatologist at the earliest. This is because, there could be possible underlying causes which aren’t allowing the acne and the pimples to go away.

However, even after using the home made remedies or the dermatologists suggestions, you need to have after care done, which are listed below!

After care or Prevention

  1. Always keep your face clean by using a face pack or a deep cleansing lotion at least twice a day. And this is for all skin types and conditions, whether you have acne or not. This helps in the removal of dirt, grime and dead skin cell, which can be reasons for the pimple to turn up.
  2. Never ever scrub your face too hard with a cloth or any potion and lotion or when exfoliating your skin. Rinse the face properly until the water runs clear and use a very clean fresh towel always to wipe the skin.
  3. You need to use the right moisturizing lotion for your skin type, which would bring down the sunburn effects, hence use one with SPF 40 in it.
  4. Makeup should be used only when need be, not just because you want to use it
  5. When using fragrances, ensure to spray a foot away from the face or else the chemicals would enter the skin pores and irritate it
  6. Use herbal gels and hair products as much as possible, and shampoos and conditioners on the same lines too, which wouldn’t harm the skin.
  7. Do not touch your face too much.

We hope these tips and ideas help you thoroughly on knowing how to get the best skin sans pimples on the nose. Please remember, a healthy diet and drinking a lot of water per day would be very helpful too. This will help detox the body and help you attain a glowing skin too. If you have any more queries, doubts and questions, you can write in and we would be happy to help. Never ever use too many products on your skin, because it needs to breathe and shouldn’t be blocked or clogged.

Disclaimer: This information was through research only and hence we would want you to speak to your dermatologist before using any of these mentioned remedies. His words would take precedence over what is written here.

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Fanciful and whimsical, Mansi Kohli is a 6 year experienced brand story-teller and lifestyle and luxury writer with a twang. She is a devoted fan of anything and everything blingy, quirky, unusual, multi-coloured and crafty. Her style of writing is to dispense douche-free view on everything from fashion arbiters hits and misses to inspirations, trend reports and the daily low-down of what's happening in the style circuit. When not writing, you can find her devouring fashion glossies, gossiping over wine, scouting vintage shops with her mom, or planning her next travel adventure.

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    2 Comments

    1. Carol White

      June 20, 2017 at 4:11 pm

      You mentioned improper diet can cause pimple in nose. Then what kind of diet I need to follow?

      • Mansi Kohli

        June 23, 2017 at 10:34 am

        Pimple on nose means hypertension and improper diet. The diet you need to follow will be the usual except for avoiding these foods : Spicy food & Oily food. Reduce such foods and anything that you eat, eat in limited quantities that is just enough to keep you full. Keep the diet light, and don’t overeat.

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