Are you struggling with pimples around your private part? Here are the best pimples on private part treatments you should try out.
These treatments contain mostly vitamin C that is safe on the skin and won’t burn you down there.
Why Should I Trust Vitamin C
- It is a powerful antioxidant that stops the effect of free radicals that are responsible for skin aging. Vitamin C breaks the radicals down into harmless compounds that are neutral to the skin.
- Vitamin C makes the skin looks clearer and even out the skin tone
- Vitamin C rejuvenates the skin and acts as a barrier against toxins that cause blemishes on the skin.
- Vitamin C reduces the appearance of dark areas
- Vitamin C helps in the production of new skin by promoting collagen and elastin production. Vitamin C strengthens the skin cells, making them firmer and tighter. Here you can find more on the skin and hair benefits of Vitamin C
Types of Vitamin C
This type comes from natural sources – fruits, vegetables, plants, etc. Some examples of food sources are peppers, citrus fruits, berries, etc.
Vitamin C is formulated in the lab, usually from acetone, corn syrup, and many others. Examples of synthetic vitamin C are
- Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate
- Sodium Ascorbyl Palmitate
- L-ascorbic Acid
- Ascorbyl Palmitate
- Ascorbyl Glucosamine
- Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, etc.
How Pimples Form on the Skin
Pimples are caused when the sebum coming from the sebaceous gland is prevented by a clogged Keratin layer (honey layer or the outer skin). When this happens, the sebum begins to accumulate within the epidermis, causing swellings on the surface of the skin.
In my previous article, I discussed the various stages of pimples. If these swellings are not inflamed by the acne-causing bacteria (P.acne), then they can be either blackheads or whiteheads. Otherwise, the swelling, with the activities of the acne-causing bacteria, may form papules, pustules, or cysts.
I believe you understand my point, right? So, here is where Vitamin C comes to the rescue.
Why Vitamin C For Acne?
By now, you already know that vitamin C is a potent antioxidant. It is also an anti-inflammatory. You see, when the P.acne bacteria inflames the swollen sebum in your enclosed pores, there is inflammation in the form of redness and pain (most especially).
When you applied Vitamin C topically or use it orally, it tones down this reaction, reducing redness and pain. In other words, Vitamin C prevents the immune system from overreacting to the effects of acne-causing bacteria.
Also, Vitamin C prevents the occurrence of damage to your skin by strengthening the collagen and elastin fibers – proteins responsible for creating new skin cells.
Vitamin C for Pimples on Private Parts Female Treatment
Now it’s time to consider some fast DIY for your pimples using Vitamin C
Vitamin C Oral Use
The vitamin C foundation recommends that you take 1000mg three times daily. Taking it three times daily will increase the chances of having Vitamin C in your system all through the day. Vitamin C is water-soluble, and it rarely stays in the bloodstream longer than 30 minutes.
You can always get the recommended usage of Vitamin C from your fruits and food, and from supplements.
Vitamin C Serum
There are tones of serums you can use on around your vagina area. But be careful what you use around there because of how delicate that region is.
You don’t want to apply a serum and get a peppery reaction. Likewise, you don’t want to apply any serum that may aggravate the pimples.
why not make your own serum? … it’s as easy as ABC.
Make Your Vitamin C Serum
- 2 Tablespoons Distilled Water
- Half Tablespoon Glycerin
- Half Tablespoon L-ascorbic Acid (Your regular white or colored vitamin C tablet will do)
- Dark glass bottle
- First sterilize your glass bottle in alcohol, bleach, or hot water. Make sure the bottle is completely dry
- Add your Vitamin C (L-ascorbic Acid) to the bottle
- Add your Distilled Water and stir very well
- Add your glycerin and mix properly
- Apply a few drops on your cotton wool and apply it around your vagina (where you have the pimples)
- Store in a dark area to slow down the oxidation time of Vitamin C
Vitamin C Cream
If you will like to have more than a serum, then you can quickly prepare this cream for maximum results.
- Distilled Water or deionized water —————————80.3%
- Emulsifying Wax-—————————————————2%
- Stearic Acid———————————————————-1%
- Cetyl Alcohol——————————————————–1%
- Meadowfoam Seed Oil——————————————-12%
Vitamin E Acetate————————————————-0.5%
Vitamin C (L-ascorbic Acid)————————————–1%
Tea Tree Essential Oil———————————————0.2%
- Add ingredient (A) to a beaker
- Add (B) into another heat-resistant glass and stir well
- Heat both beakers to 66 degrees Celsius. Remove both (A) and (B) from heat when thoroughly melted
- Combine (A) with (B) and stir properly
- Wait for the temperature to drop to 40 degrees Celsius and add (C) to the mixture of A/B one after the other and mix after each addition
- Store in a cool/ dark place
- Use twice daily (morning and night) for the best result
- You can adjust the viscosity with GelMaker EMU
- This formulation is not preserved. Store in the refrigerator after each use
As important as Vitamin C is on pimples, your remedy isn’t complete without adding this black soap for acne DIY. Wash the pimple area with this soap before applying your Vitamin C serum or cream to the area.
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