The boil is a bacterial infection (staphylococcus) generated in the deepest part of a hair. Can occur anywhere in the body, although the most affected areas are the face, neck, buttocks and groin.
appear as a small lump of red or pink, under the skin, usually larger than 1 cm in diameter.They grow quickly and are filled with pus.
The dimensions of pimples depend on the depth of the infection or of that of the furuncle of the hair infected; the deeper the infection the greater will be the pimple.
Natural Remedies for Pimples
Treating pimples with eggs
A natural remedy is effective enough to boil the application of the membrane that lies between the skin and the inside of the eggs. The best way to do this is to boil the egg membrane for a few minutes. Change it regularly.
Carrot and wheat against pimples
Make a poultice of raw onion and wheat germ (or flour) and apply it to the boil. Wrap with gauze and leave it for a few minutes.
Remedy with the hot water
Apply hot water to the boil with a towel or a bag for about 20 or 30 minutes, three times a day. Once “broken” the pimple, it is important to continue to apply the hot water for three days, so that you can drain all the pus out of the fabric.
Treating pimples with garlic and nettle
If pimples appear so frequently, it is necessary to clean the body and to that end recommend regularly consume garlic or with a purified preparation consisting of 80 grams of nettle, boiled in two liters of water. Drink two pots a day.
Mix a spoonful of baking soda with a few drops of water until you get a “paste” to be applied with a cotton swab on the boil.
It ‘important not to squeeze the pimple ever, because the bacteria can reach the blood and then get to other parts of the body.
Keep the infected area very clean: help with a cotton swab and alcohol to clean the entire area that is located around the pimple. Wash hands thoroughly after treating a boil, and avoid bathing in the tub.
Originally posted 2012-11-17 17:47:48.