Pimples on the buttocks can be difficult to fight with conventional acne products. Create a home remedy for pimples with the help of a skin care professional in this free video.
Hello, my name is Courtney Gomez. I have been a makeup artist and skin care specialist for upwards of five years. And in this video we'll be discussing how to get rid of pimples on the buttocks. For this you're going to want to use a mild body cleanser an astringent, a spot treatment, preferably two percent salicylic acid, and a moisturizer to end this out. So we're going to start off by cleansing the hand. I prefer a hand cleanser, especially for sensitive skin. It is much more mild than say a foaming cleanser or an exfoliant. So, with water, you're going to cleanse. For the sake of this video I'm just going to clean that off. So after cleansing, you're going to want to move on to your astringent. The skin on your buttocks is generally a little bit less sensitive than the skin on your face. Your pores generally aren't as big. So, although I don't generally recommend using astringent on the face, I think for the buttocks it is just fine. So here we're going to saturate the cotton ball. And over the effected area, we're going to pretend my hand is my buttocks, you would lightly rub. Once that dries, you're going to move on to your spot treatment. And I'm going a two percent salicylic spot treatment. And again, you're dabbing this only on the effected area. So say it's right there. Rub it in, and you're good to go. Once that is dried, you're going to want to finish up with a moisturizer and use a light body moisturizer or a facial moisturizer, whatever you prefer. And then avoid wearing really tight underwear or jeans for the next few days as that area is effected and inflamed, and the more oxygen and the less constriction it has, the faster it will heal. Thank you for watching. Again, my name is Courtney Gomez, and in this video we discussed how to get rid of pimples on the buttocks.