Break open that Liquid Advil to zap a ZIT! Aspirin has long been known as an in-a-pinch zit zapper--but technology has created pimple-fighter 2.0 thanks to liquid gel formulas. “I hear makeup artists use this all the time on models backstage at fashion shows,” says beauty guru Robin Coe-Hutshing. “Open up an Advil gel cap and apply it right onto the pimple.
Dip a cotton ball into the lemon juice and baking soda solution and apply it to your teeth. Let the lemon and baking soda solution sit on your teeth for around a minute. Brush your teeth to remove the acid. (I saw results the first time I tried this.)
1 teaspoon sea salt or sugar 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil or coconut oil Mix together, then spread on area and rub gently prior to showering. Wash off before shaving. By exfoliating the area, you can help eliminate excess dead skin that could be causing a reaction. The salt in the scrub also aids an an anti-bacterial to keep irritation down as well. Another thing that helps a lot of people is to apply coconut oil to the surface prior to shaving.