Will alcohol make pimples go away
Placing an alcohol soaked pad on top of a pimple will dry it out and cause it to go away. Drinking alcohol does not cure acne. ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/will-alcohol-make-pimples-go-away ]
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- Will alcohol make pimples go away
- Placing an alcohol soaked pad on top of a pimple will dry it out and cause it to go away. Drinking alcohol does not cure acne. ChaCha!
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- A: i would defiantly pop it, and then put alcohol right after you pop it. but pop it asap.
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