Big Cyst explodes from the face (VIDEO)

A blind pimple is acne that has developed beneath the surface of the skin. Blind pimples are usually not noticeable from a distance, but a person can feel it by running a finger over the skin’s surface.

Blind pimples do not initially have a head like some other types of pimples.

Acne affects around 50 million people in the United States each year, making it the most common skin condition.

What is a blind pimple?

A comedo is a typical acne lesion. Someone who has mild acne has whiteheads or blackheads that are called comedones. A closed comedo that stays under the skin is a whitehead, and an open comedo that reaches the surface of the skin is a blackhead.

A closed comedo that develops deep within the skin is called a blind pimple. A blind pimple may be painful if it is particularly deep in the skin’s layers.

Home remedies

A simple blind pimple can be dealt with at home and will often disappear on its own.

There is a range of home remedies that can speed up the healing process, including:

Never squeeze a blind pimple

Blind pimples are usually not positioned near the skin’s surface, which means that they cannot be “popped” like whiteheads.
Trying to pop a blind pimple can result in permanent scars, a more-noticeable pimple, the pimple becoming more painful, or an infection.

Squeezing the blind pimple also risks pushing the contents of the pimple — a blend of oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria — deeper into the skin. This can lead to increased inflammation.

Apply a warm compress

Applying a warm compress can help to treat a blind pimple. The heat can open up pores, which may draw the pimple closer to the skin’s surface and create a head.

The formation of a head enables the sebum, cells, and bacteria to exit the skin.

The heat from the compress can also help to relieve pain.

To treat a blind pimple with a warm compress, a person should:

  1.  Create a warm compress. Soak a clean washcloth in water that is hot, but not too hot to touch.
  2.  Apply the warm compress. Hold the warm compress on the blind pimple for 10 to 15 minutes. Repeat the application three to four times a day until the blind pimple comes to a head and releases the pus.
  3.  Keep the affected area clean. Make sure the area around the pimple is kept clean, and avoid touching it. Avoid using makeup until the pimple heals.

Try a pimple sticker

A pimple sticker or an acne dot is a tiny sticker that can be placed over a blind pimple. The sticker usually contains an agent that treats acne, such as salicylic acid.

Pimple stickers are thought to work by drawing out sebum, absorbing excess oil, reducing inflammation, and significantly reducing the size of blemishes.

Pimple stickers are available from drugstores. They are discreet, barely noticeable, and can be worn overnight or throughout the day.

The length of time that a person should wear a pimple sticker varies, but they usually need to be changed at least once every 24 hours. Pimple stickers are available to purchase online.

Try tea tree oil

Tea tree oil has antibacterial properties that may kill the bacteria that cause blind pimples. Two clinical trials have shown that a gel containing 5 percent tea tree oil is an effective treatment for mild to moderate acne.
Another study found that tea tree oil significantly improved mild to moderate facial acne when applied to the face twice a day for 12 weeks. Tea tree oil is available to purchase online.

Some people find tea tree oil helpful for treating blind pimples. However, the American Academy of Dermatology says there is not enough evidence to recommend treating acne with tea tree oil.

Gangrene under Homeopathy treatment, Gangrene with diabetes (VIDEO)

Gangrene is the death of tissues in your body. It happens when a part of your body loses its blood supply. Gangrene can happen on the surface of the body, such as on the skin. It can happen inside the body in muscles or organs.

Causes include: – Serious injuries or infections. – Problems with blood circulation. – Diabetes. Skin symptoms may include a blue or black discoloration of the affected area, pain, numbness and sores that produce a foul-smelling discharge. If the gangrene is internal, you may run a fever and feel unwell. The area may be swollen and painful. Treatment includes surgery, antibiotics and oxygen therapy. In severe cases, an amputation may be necessary.


When gangrene is located on the skin, symptoms may include:

  • Discolored skin, which may appear blue, purple, black, bronze or red.
  • Foul-smelling discharge from a wound or sore.
  • Severe pain in the affected area followed by numbness, or a loss of sensation.

When gangrene is located beneath the surface of the skin, symptoms may include:

  • Feeling sick or ill.
  • Fever.
  • Swelling and pain in the affected area.

If bacteria move from the affected tissue and infect other tissues throughout the body, it may cause septic shock. Symptoms of septic shock are:

A temperature greater than 100.4° Fahrenheit or lower than 96.8° Fahrenheit.

  • Confusion.
  • Lightheadedness.
  • Low blood pressure.
  • Rapid heart rate.
  • Shortness of breath.

Call your health care provider right away if you have ongoing, unexplained pain in any area of your body along with one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Fever.
  • Skin changes that won’t go away, including discoloration, warmth, swelling, blisters or lesions.

You should also contact your health care provider if you have ongoing, unexplained pain and one or more of these symptoms:

  • A foul-smelling discharge leaking from a sore.
  • Skin that is pale, hard, cold and numb.
  • Sudden pain at the site of a recent surgery or trauma.


Gangrene is caused by one or both of the following:

  • Lack of blood supply.
  • Bacterial infection.

Health care providers use different names for gangrene based on its cause or location. The three most common causes include:

  • Dry gangrene, which is caused by blood vessel diseases.
  • Wet gangrene, which is caused by a bacterial infection or diabetes.
  • Gas gangrene, which is caused by infection with the bacterium Clostridium.

Other, less common, causes of gangrene are given different names:

  • Internal gangrene.
  • Fournier’s gangrene.
  • Meleney’s gangrene.

Internal gangrene happens when blood flow to an internal organ is blocked. For example, internal gangrene may develop after a hernia. A hernia happens when the intestines push through a weakened area of muscle in your abdomen.

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MEDICAL CONDITION: The condition depicted is known as “Tungiasis”. It is an infestation of the skin by a burrowing flea called chigoe fleas. These fleas tend to infest those who have inadequate living conditions and sanitation. The flea lives both outside around warm-blooded mammals and inside poorly constructed homes. It inhabits dust on floors, cracks in walls and bedding. Shoes protect to some degree but are often not affordable or adequate. More needs to be done to ensure a flea-free environment, including extermination and sanitation measures, improvements in home construction and making clean bedding more commonplace.

The parasites burrow into the skin and then swell up with eggs; the larvae hatch and the cycle continues. Fleas cause untold suffering in the afflicted, interfering with sleep, and causing itching, pain and the inability to walk. The parasite can afflict all parts of the body. Victims are often socially stigmatized, left isolated and without family or communal support.

In this video you are seeing the sand fleas being removed from human skin. Viewer discretion is advised!