Homemade Aspirin Mask Helps Heal Acne, Pimples, Rashes

Posted by admin | All About Face | Thursday 23 June 2011 3:11 pm

First of all I’d like to thank you for all comments and mails you sent regarding my other posts. I’m not a bloger, I just want to share from my experience and maybe to help where I’m allowed to.

Now, because is summer time and the skin gets irritated and some pimples could show up because of the sun, heat and sweating, I’ll come with a mask that you can prepare at home and is 100%  safe and not invasive with your skin.

Keep in mind that I haven’t had my own pimple to try this on, so I don’t have personal experience with aspirin as a pimple-healer. But here’s how it’s purported to work.


  • 1-3 aspirin
  • Coffee cup or glass cup
  • Shallow dish
  • Warm honey (runny honey), moisturizer made for the face or natural oil such as almond, olive or coconut.


  • Depending on the amount of coverage needed, use 1-3 aspirin.
  • Crush the aspirin into small pieces by rolling a coffee cup or glass cup over them. Place aspirin in a shallow dish.
  • Stir in a few drops of water to help the aspirin dissolve into a paste.
  • Add warm honey, moisturizer or a bit of oil (almond, olive or coconut works). Stir well.
  • Apply as a mask or spot treat the pimple or itchy area. Allow to dry. Wash off after 10 minutes.

It always work.

And please, once again : Do Not Squeeze Your Pimples! You’re damaging your skin.