A closed comedo, or more commonly known as a whitehead, that has been blocked with sebum causes blind pimples to form, according to Brownstone Dermatology Associates. Oil and bacteria can also clog pores and cause blind ... More »

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Treatments for blind pimples include a warm or ice compress, tea tree oil, aloe vera, apple vinegar and Epsom salts, according to NoSkinProblems.com. A combination of apple and honey, milk, lemon juice, rubbing alcohol a... More »

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Deep, or blind, pimples can sometimes by removed by placing ice or a cold compress to the area for 10 minutes at a time, with five minute breaks in between. This should be done for an hour or more. This method is most ef... More »

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WebMD explains that most pimples are caused by an excess build up of sebum that gets trapped in the pores. Bacteria grows and a pimple forms at the sight. One cause of pimples is hormones. An imbalance in the body's horm... More »

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To get rid of pimples, reduce the swelling and redness before applying a spot treatment. Use acne-fighting face wash, apply a baking soda mask, and express blemishes with cotton swabs. Heal the expressed pimple with hone... More »

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Remove pimples with home remedies, over-the-counter products and prescription medication. Ice, lemon, honey, crushed aspirin and baking soda are home remedies. Cortisone cream, benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid are ove... More »

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The material inside of a whitehead includes a collection of sebum oil, dead skin cells and bacteria. The sebaceous glands of the skin secrete oil into skin pores to help flush out dead skin cells. Too much sebum oil can ... More »