Q&A: How do you get rid of scabs from picking pimples fast?

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I hate to admit it, but I need help. I have multiple scabs on my face from picking, rubbing, and scratching pimples. Some of the times I don’t even realize I do it at school. But other times I sit in the bathroom for 15 minutes and pick at them. I wanted to know how to get rid of them? And please don’t recommend concealer. It’s not pretty at all.

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Answer by zapdos
You have to pick it off then rub super glue on it

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2 thoughts on “Q&A: How do you get rid of scabs from picking pimples fast?”

  1. You want an easy way out of something that cannot be fixed quickly. It is always hazardous to pick at infected areas and scabs are there to protect the wound. Try cleansing the area often, to soothe it. Keeping it clean as well as your fingers will help in the long run.

  2. Well, i had the same problem and this is what helped me tremendously!

    First, get a bowl of very hot water.
    Next, get a clean rag.
    wash your face so no dirt is left on your skin.
    drench the rag in the hot water, then drain the rag until its wet, but not dripping.
    put the rag on the scab while warm, let it rest.
    Every minute, dip the rag in the water to keep it warm.
    Do so for about 10 minutes

    The scabs will heal quickly, trust me! Best of luck!

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