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September 27, 2012

If anyone reads this and tries it please let me know if it help you. I really hope it will because its what works the best for me with all my experiences in trying to heal these nasty picks quick
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October 03, 2012

I went "all natural" with my skincare for a bit and I used raw honey (you can find it in health food stores). I wish i had used the band-aids though because the honey used to get all over my pillow! I've heard great thinks about Manuka honey from australia... apparently is has the highest amount of healing properties. My favorite treatment is still plain ol' neosporin. It keeps the spot from getting infected and helps it heal without a hard scab forming. ONLY put it on the wounded skin since it can clog other pores.
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September 27, 2012

Hello! I know you feel like you're going to be a picker forever so you'd better find a way to heal your picked spots fast, but I'm telling you from my experience that no matter how much healing you try with different lotions and potions, you've got to stop picking. It CAN be done, I'm doing it right now. It takes a lot of determination but it's totally worth it. I have decade-old wounds healing up on their own right now with no help from me. I read your other post too about how you feel with your picking. I totally know the feeling. I had resigned myself to picking too, when I was younger. You can find a place where you'll feel empowered by quitting. Quitting has given me power over a part of my life, and I feel very strong for that. Yes, the world is an awful place sometimes, with things that happen that you can't control. But, guess what? You can control picking. I'm not an exception--there are lots of brave souls out there who have quit. Anyone else out there want to back me up?? :)
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October 05, 2012

I couldn't agree more with Olivegreen. Over time your picking may (probably will) get worse. What we have is never enough and you may...eventually want more control. It's like a drug addict how needs more and more each time to feel the effects. Or an anorexic/bulimic. Please know that I'm in no way negatively judging or judging you in general. The community is here for support :-)
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March 25, 2013

honey is proven to have an anti-bacterial. It's good for your skins.
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November 11, 2017

Yeeesss I have been using honey on my wounds for a long time now and as much as it stings I clean the wound with Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar first and that seems to help that apple cider vinegar is like a cure-all for everything I have been reading a lot that you're not supposed to use just regular honey you're supposed to get Manuka Honey which is really not that cheap but by the looks of this wound on my face today I may invest in the manuka honey but the honey on my face also keeps my fingers away from my face thank you for sharing