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  todo350  |  0

it was more to the pimple issue rather to the eye issue; either way your up shit creek. if you want to be a psychic, you could say to let the pimple go away naturally.

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  42

@66 - I don't see how it would... the skin's more sensitive, therefore more prone to irritation from the chemicals in the toothpaste, no? Although, toothpaste IS good for getting rid of hickeys. It stimulates circulation to the area, so the leaked blood (bruise) will be recycled into the blood stream faster.

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  KiddNYC1O  |  20

67- eh, I say that from experience. I've burned my finger numerous times via toaster or boiling grease and I run straight to the bathroom then rub some toothpaste on it. I don't think it heals the burn completely but it definitely eases the burning sensation lol

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  KiddNYC1O  |  20

78- ah, good question. I guess because at that moment I wanted to cool down the hotness of the burn lol and quickly thought toothpaste is cool, literally lol. and yes I thought of water but it has no lasting effect lol

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  OhMyHolyBalls  |  0

5t3ff1k4h, there's really no need for you to reply to every comment saying the same exact thing. We understood that you're a smartass after the first time; it just gets annoying so please stop. And by the way, everything that you're saying is wrong. /: Certain types of toothpastes do work for a lot of people. Just because it doesn't work for you doesn't give you the right to be bitter to everybody else. This is FML, not Wikipedia.

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Gel toothpaste has a cooling reaction, so it can be used for burns (although if it's left for too long, it will burn you even further.) Toothpaste contains drying components such as alcohol and chalk. The drying components collect moisture and oil from your skin. Therefore drawing it out of your pimple. BUT if you're skin is in any way already dry or sensitive it'll just cause irritation. If your skin is oily try drinking water, washing your face 3 times a day with cold water NOT hot water. Don't apply creams and such to your face. And try making a paste out of honey and ground almonds. Toothpaste is never the solution not even to oily skins.

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  katplayer  |  4

@115 I brush my teeth in the kitchen daily. I didn't used to, but the sink in the bathroom stopped working for a few days, so I relocated, and it stuck.

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  KiddNYC1O  |  20

91- no, I didn't think about milk. why the suggestion? lol 102- to my understanding, i thought she was nice about it. 111- define 'too long' lol 113- SOME guy alright lol

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  MrsUchiha  |  0

It works but only the plain white one does, the gels don't. People back in the day used before proactive existed. But, like everything else in the world it may not work for everyone, thats why some people are saying it doesn't work.

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  chili10  |  18

maybe it just doesn't work for you guys. it used to work for my sister and her friend and then they told me about it... I never use it because I use other stuff that works better.

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I still buy toothpaste. It's a lot more effective than most gels, and you pretty much get two products for the price of one. :] I don't use toothpaste regularly or as a face wash though. I only use it for fast spot treatments. I use Neutrogena for face cleansing/acne/etc.

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