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Have a spot you want to get rid of? Use perfume :)
If you have sensitive skin, I wouldn't recommend this. D:
It should be fine for everyone else.

You can use this method to get rid of any annoying spots that crop up. Once they dry up, they should disappear =D

**None of the images are mine,my stupid camera broke**

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  • How to make a pimple remedy. Dry Up That Horrible Spot - Step 1
    Step 1

    Firstly, wash your face with warm water and pat dry with a towel.

  • How to make a pimple remedy. Dry Up That Horrible Spot - Step 2
    Step 2

    Next, grab your perfume and cotton wool, and spray a few squirts on the cotton wool.

  • How to make a pimple remedy. Dry Up That Horrible Spot - Step 3
    Step 3

    Dab the cotton wool with perfume on over the spot, then hold it over the spot for a few minutes.

    It will sting a little, but thats normal. xD

    Repeat this 3-4 times a day, until the spot has gone. :)
    It should dry up within a few hours, and be gone in a day or two.

  • How to make a pimple remedy. Dry Up That Horrible Spot - Step 4
    Step 4

    If your spot is kind of big, or you want it to dry up faster, you CAN spray the spot directly with perfume, but DON'T do this if the spot is near your eyes or mouth.

    A better way to do this, is to put the nozzle on the spot, and spray so that the perfume comes out, but doesn't spray out. :)

    Hopefully this helps. ^^

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Embolism
Embolism · Perth, Western Australia, AU
I don't think this is such a good idea.

The fragrance in perfume isn't really good for your skin, and it can cause it to break out even worse. Plus the alcohol is way too strong.
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Phelicia G.
Phelicia G. · Coombabah, Queensland, AU · 6 projects
The as long as it is all white toothpaste. The gel stuff can bleach your skin. Happened to my friend where as I used the normal white stuff.
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Paperwings
Paperwings · 1 project
You could also use toothpaste. ^^
If you get stubborn spots like I do, it might not work though.
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Haylowbabe
Haylowbabe · 4 projects
Cool so perfume and toothpaste! Happy
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Marieke
Marieke · Espel, Flevoland, NL · 166 projects
Toothpaste works too and it's cheaper ;)
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Paperwings
Paperwings · 1 project
Yep, it's the alcohol that dries the spot out. (:
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Haylowbabe
Haylowbabe · 4 projects
this is interesting, ive heard of salt before but not perfume. I bought a spot clear gel the other day and it contained alchohol, i think its what dries it up, thanks for this, will try it when i run out of my spot clear.
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