By pagvscgrac - 13/03/2012 04:03 - United States
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Asiandude, you're wrong on so many levels. Whenever you break the skin, it scars. Full stop. You may not notice it, but it's there whether you choose to believe it or not. There's no "right" way to do it other than NOT to do it at all. The only way it can "spread underneath" is if you squeeze it and it ruptures into the dermis. Squeezing it causes more inflammation, and that leads to more scarring. Don't get me wrong, I've squeezed my fair share too. It's very satisfying. But don't be so naive to think that it's harmless.
I think the scars are caused by inflammation due to bacteria entering the wound after the skin breaks. I see an esthetician who thoroughly cleans and scrubs my face, then "extracts" my blackheads. After that she cleanses again and moisturizes my face. My skin looks so much better after, and absolutely no scarring. BUT my ex and I used to pop each others pimples and i had some scarring from how he did it, so you're right there
So you must have: A) The worst case of acne in the history of teenagers B) Skin as tough as a rhinoceros C) Very very VERY weak fingers I'm going with C.
Interesting, we both have hand cramps, but mine are from something else(try to guess what they're from for the sake of the funny answers).