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Do I have to have surgery to get rid of a cyst? (which resulted from me popping a pimple)

Abscess? If this "pimple" has turned into an abscess it will need to be drained to heal. An abscess walls itself off from the body, making it much less likely to be cleared up by antibiotics. Read more...

How can one get rid of the scab and scarring caused after popping a pimple?

ACNE, BLACK MARKS. For acne, Retin-A dry the pimples and exfoliates the scars. For the black marks, try using eldoquin 4percent 2x/ day. Read more...
Multiple Options. First off, do not pop pimples. Doing so can cause infections limited to the skin or even extending much farther and deeper than this. Acne scarring can be effectively improved with chemical peels, dermabrasion, lasers, and dermarolling. Read more...

I have a facial pimple on right cheek, tried popping it and stuff came out. Then it turned redish/purpleish how do I get rid of it and or that color?

Time and sunscreen. The discoloration you are describing is likely hyperpigmentation after the inflammation from the pimple. Use an spf 30 daily to ensure that the area is not exposed to sunlight while you allow time to fade it back to the normal color. Read more...

After popping the pimples and picking then 3 times (regretfully) they have turned into pink and white scars, how do I get rid of them?

First, stop picking! This is an easy one to answer but a lot more difficult for you to comply with. The repetitive trauma will lead to the scars you describe. I know that trying to stop picking is a hard thing to do. I would really recommend you see a dermatologist to help you with treatment. Read more...
Leave them alone. And avoid sun exposure to the area and tobacco use. Consider silicone gel products as well. Read more...

How can I get rid of a cut on my face that I got from popping a whitehead?

Leave it alone. The best thing to do is to leave this alone. It will heal more quickly if you don't try to scratch or manipulate it. If it becomes red and enlarges, that can be a sign of infection and you should see a doctor. Read more...