Home remedies for pus pimple?

Scientific Rx. Topical benzoyl peroxide is the best way to manage acne and keep pimples from forming. Once formed, leave them alone or if there is a single large one, use a warm compress. If benzoyl peroxide has not cleared you in two weeks, get with your physician for help managing acne, which a serious chronic disease that eventually self-cures.

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What are the home remedies for pus filled pimples?

Acne. Smush a little bit of garlic juice on your pimple and leave it on as long as you’d like. . Read more...

My 12 year old has pimples on forehead that get pus. She is using Proactiv but they do not seem to get better. Is there any other remedy? Thanks!

Yes many. There are a lot of remedies other than proactive like Retin-A and others. I would go to your pediatrician or a dermatologist to discuss with them what is the best option. Read more...
Many OTC & scripts. It seems she some inflammatory acne with closed comedones. Otc such as clearasil or any of the benzoyl peroxide containing topicals maybe of benefit. Do not scrub the skin too hard. If not adequate, consult your doc/dermatologist for an evaluation--they can select a medication better suited for her skin i.e. Oily vs dry etc...Good luck. Read more...

Hello doctor I am suffering with pus pimples on my scalp, what is the proper treatment for it and how to get rid of the asap?

Folliculitis? This may be related to an infection of the hair follicles, in which case topical or oral antibiotics are useful. Read more...
Antibiotics. You likely have folliculitis, an inflammation of the hair follicles. Minocin (minocycline) or doxycycline, prescription antibiotics, are often helpful but can take several months to be fully effective. You can also ask your doctor for a prescription of topical Clindamycin solution. You can try a tar shampoo like t-gel by neutrogena. Best to see your dermatologist. Read more...