Pimples on the buttocks are actually relatively common. Dirt and moisture get trapped by your clothing — add the friction that comes from sitting, and you’ve got a recipe for breakouts. Technically, however, pimples on the buttocks aren’t considered acne; usually you’re experiencing one of two related conditions. Folliculitis is a surface inflammation of the hair follicles; cysts or boils, also known as nodulocystic acne, are deeper and larger bumps under the skin. Treatment options are similar to those for true acne, however.
USING NATURAL REMEDIES
- Get sun on your buttocks when possible. In a case that you have a private backyard or a nude beach nearby, let your buns soak up a little sun on a warm day. The sun naturally aids in drying up excess oil.
- Be sure to apply a non-comedogenic sunscreen beforehand to avoid sunburn.
- You should use this method once in a while. Too much sun is damaging to the skin.
- Drink a mixture of cream of tartar and water. You will need one tablespoon of cream of tartar into eight ounces of drinking water. Drink it.
- This combination helps flush the body of toxins.
- If you cannot stand the taste, then you can mix into flavored juice.
- Rehash once a day for a few months until the acne starts to heal.
- Make an aspirin mask for your butt. You should crush up four or five aspirin pills. You have to be sure that there is no coating on the outside of the pills. Combine with one tablespoon lukewarm water and either a dollop of honey or plain yogurt, depending on your preference.
- Apply a thin layer over the entire surface of your buttocks.
- Leave the mask to dry before rinsing it off.
- Squeeze a natural acid on your pimples. Fresh lemon juice and apple cider vinegar can be utilized to treat pimples. In the event that your pimples have open sores, however, this can be painful. Leave on for about 30 minutes and rinse with cool water.
- Apply natural oil. Tea tree and coconut oil are great antibacterial and anti-fungal oils that can be rubbed on the problem areas to help heal acne.
- Rub an ice cube on large pimples to reduce inflammation. Even though this will not directly help heal your pimples, it will bring about immediate relief from painful pimples.
PREVENTING FUTURE BREAKOUTS
1. Wash your buttocks a minimum of once in the morning and once at night.