Smiles' Prid Homeopathic Drawing Salve, 18 GM, 1 each

Hyland's Homeopathic

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Smiles' Prid Homeopathic Drawing Salve, 18 GM, 1 each

Product Details

  • Amazon.com Sold on
  • B00016X604 Amazon ASIN
  • Hyland's Homeopathic Brand
  • 0156380 Model Number
  • Categories

    Health & Household, Joint & Muscle Pain Relief, Pain Relief Rubs, Treatments, Medications & Treatments, Health Care, Pain Relievers

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 9 Reviews
  • July 10, 2018 Last Review Date
  • June 27, 2013 First Seen Review Date
  • 7 Reviewed on Subreddits

    SkincareAddiction (3)
    AsianBeauty (1)
    LifeProTips (1)
    MTB (1)
    acne (1)
    ftm (1)
    malefashionadvice (1)

Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

butt pimples... serious question [R]

1 year, 1 month agoTinfoil_ninja posted submission on MTB.
July 9, 2018

so is this common?

Ive been riding around 8mths now, and I have a single pimple on each butt cheek right where I sit on my seat. Is this just something I need to live with now, or is there some secret I need to know. I only really notice when im tired, but still. how does one deal with spending so much time on their bike

1 year, 1 month agoTinfoil_ninja posted comment on MTB.
July 10, 2018

ALSO!!!!!!! Super important thing to get if you already have the second coming of an nonerupting Mt. Vesuvius on your Christmas Hams is Prid Drawing Salve. Slap that stuff on a bandaid and cover that mound of hatred and you'll have a whitehead in a few hours. Then lance that sucker like there's no tomorrow, and clean up with some kind of antiseptic. I had some BAD ones that this stuff took care of in a matter of hours. Can't rave enough about it.

[Skin Concern] How do I get rid of pus filled whiteheads on the side of my nose? [R]

2 years, 2 months agoTangiestIllicitness posted submission on SkincareAddiction.
June 10, 2017

Every single day I wake up to pus filled whiteheads (~2) on the side of my nose and the crease where the nose joins the cheeks. These are so gooey they will pop and spread out the white pus if I just move my nose (not even need to touch them). Are these whiteheads or something else?

Its been years I'm getting these no matter what I do. I had full face acne (and cysts) 3-4 years back and I went on medication (and accutane) which cleared my face but these nose pimples never stopped. Not only they come overnight, but during morning/evening too.

I've tried BP/AHA and everything. 3 days ago I started applying Salicylic acid gel too on my nose but its not helping either. Mostly, every week there will be 1-2 days when these pimples will not come (2 days I am able to live, lol)

I recently started using Ducray Keracynl Foaming face wash (contains Poly hydroxy acids) day and night and Ducray Keracynl Complete regulating cream (contains PHA) at night, and these are really awesome life changing products and diminish scars and even my skin tone. But the nose pimples will ruin my skin everyday no matter what. I exercise a lot and my diet is extremely healthy and I drink shit load of water. My skin type is hyper oily (around the T zone)

Is there anything I should do to get rid of these? Please help

[Update 1] I visited my derm today and explained him the situation (He's the one who prescribed me isotretinoin (accutane) 2 years back, so he certainly knows my situation). He said my skin is hyper oily around the T zone and that's what's causing it. He prescribed me the following meds/cream: Doxycycline Hyclate Tablets (100mg) : Morning and evening Nadifloxacin (10mg) gel : At night, to apply to only nose side and crease areas or where active pimples are on face. A sulphur lotion he prescribes to everyone everytime: At night (only to spots) A cleansing facewash: Morning (Main Ingredients: Salicylic acid 2%, Glycerine 4%, Vitamin E 0.1% ) Lets see if that works. I remember I have been on doxycycline 2 years back in my accutane days, don't remember much but I think it worked back then. However, this Nadifloxacin gel is something new to me. I'm stopping my other AHA/BHA face washes and creams for the next 20 days to see this new routine's results. Hope it works. I will keep you guys updated.

[Update 2] 14 days in the course and zero positive effect so far. The number of whiteheads are still the same. I'm discouraged. 6 days more before this course finishes and I will visit my derm again.

[Update 3] 20 days in the course and zero positive effect. So I visited Derm again and it was his son this time who is also a Derm and he said he is sure that the whiteheads are because of oily dandruff on my head and that I should shampoo it daily. He prescribed me a stay on overnight hair lotion (Ketoconazole 2%) and a morning dandruff shampoo (containing 1% coal tar) and asked me to apply them daily. He sounded way too confident and said majority of the times the side nose whiteheads/blackheads are because of hair dandruff. Well I am gonna give it a try for the next 10 days. Hope it helps.

[Update 4] ok, The shampoo and hair lotion did clear the dandruff but had zero effect on the whiteheads. So I went to derm again today and he set me on isotretinion again.. he said this time we will only do it for 40-60 days and only low dose (20mg day). So, now I am on Doxycycline Hyclate Tablets (100mg) : Morning and evening, and isotretinoin (20 mg): Evening . I am hoping this is gonna work.. already feeling the dryness after the first dose today. Lets hope.

[Update 5] GOOD NEWS! 10 days in on accutane and seems like all the whiteheads disappeared forever. They have stopped by 99% I'd say and I'm soooo excited and happy. Hope it continues!

[Update 5] Stayed 2 months on accutane (only 20mg dose, one per day)..and zero acne as long as I was on it. Stopped it ~3 weeks ago.. still zero acne so far.

2 years, 2 months agoTangiestIllicitness posted on SkincareAddiction.
June 10, 2017

Well, shoot. You could always just try putting the hydrocolloid bandage on the whole area just in case? Or do Prid on the area with a regular bandage on top?

Did a derm rule out any sort of fungal/bacterial thing going on?

Hydrocolloid Patches : When to stop? [R]

3 years, 2 months agomyliobatis posted submission on AsianBeauty.
May 31, 2016

I've been using them for a long time now, but what usually confuses me is when to stop using them on a pimple. For many cases, I could put over 10 patches on one in total and puss would still come out. Can someone enlighten me?

3 years, 2 months agomyliobatis posted on AsianBeauty.
May 31, 2016

not AB, but for some extra oomph put on a little Prid's drawing salve before the bandage. It's magic http://www.amazon.com/Smiles-Prid-Homeopathic-Drawing-Salve/dp/B00016X604

Hair, Skincare, Fragrance, and Fitness Thread - March 15 [R]

3 years, 5 months agoYaBebto posted submission on malefashionadvice.
March 15, 2016

This thread is for any and all questions and discussion regarding Personal Care, Grooming, and Fitness.

Related subreddits that might be helpful to check out include: /r/skincareaddiction, /r/malehairadvice, /r/wicked_edge, /r/malegrooming, /r/fragrance, and /r/fitness.

3 years, 5 months agoYaBebto posted on malefashionadvice.
March 15, 2016

If you're talking about cystic acne, which is that stuff under the skin that is impossible to pop and lasts months, I found a drawing salve that works really well. You basically do a hot compress with a damp towel for a few minutes, then put a glob on and leave it on for a while. It brings it to a head and helps get rid of acne a lot quicker. If you use it routinely, it'll draw the pus out on its own.

How to treat a pimple that doesn't form a head? [R]

3 years, 5 months agoMissHampton posted submission on acne.
March 7, 2016

Every now and then I get a zit on my face by my cheeks that is pretty large. It never ends up forming a head and is just all red and inflamed. It's out of the surface too and is a bit painful to the touch. For normal zits benzoyl peroxide does the trick but for this kind it doesn't seem to do anything and can last for quite a bit of time which is also pretty fustrating. Does anyone have any solution to how to get rid of it quickly or at least for me to find a way to so that that a head forms so I can release it?
Also does anyone know the cause of those kinds of acne- my guess is that I get them around the times I drink a lot of milk but I also suspect it's one of my moisturizers. Thanks in advance!

3 years, 5 months agoMissHampton posted on acne.
March 7, 2016

Something I've found that works pretty well for me is Prids Drawing Salve. As soon as I feel one of the cystic pimples emerging I put the salve on at night with the sticky part of a bandaid over it. It might take a couple nights but I can usually get a head to form to release pressure. Once I am able to lance it, I use this to help absorb what's left.

Help with never-ending deep chin pimples [R]

4 years, 3 months agockilgore posted submission on SkincareAddiction.
May 12, 2015

Hi all~ Stumbled upon this site by accident just about a month ago and I have been thanking my lucky stars everyday since! I have generally dry, non-reactive skin which until just a few years ago was spotless/free of wrinkles. Now I am 31 and fighting a constant battle of chin/jawline acne and some more recent forehead wrinkles. Since finding this site I have rebooted my very minimal and drying skincare routine (whoever invented OCM is a GOD in my books!) and have noticed a significant change for the better in my skin (: Unfortunately, I continue to develop these super deep and oftentimes painful pimples on my chin that never come to a head. They stick around FOREVER when they finally stop hurting they're just kind of hardened bumps deep under my skin that take even longer to "reabsorb" (for lack of a better word) into my body. I'm at a loss and am not really sure how to help prevent these little buggers from forming? Any help would be greatly appreciated (: For reference, here is my newly revamped routine (patch testing completed successfully without reactions!):

PM: *double cleanse with MUAC olive dual-cleansing oil followed by Hada Labo foaming cleanser *Thayer's alchohol free rose petal witch hazel w/aloe vera *MUAC 5% Mandelic acid toner (wait until completely dried) *Benton Snail Bee High Content Essence *CeraVe PM moisturizing lotion with 1 drop each of Jojoba Oil and pure vegetable glycerine

AM: *rinse with tepid water/pat dry *benton snail bee high content essence *cerave PM moisturizing lotion *either biore UV aqua rich sunscreen or skin aqua UV moisture milk white sunscreen *light makeup

THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!!!

4 years, 3 months agockilgore posted on SkincareAddiction.
May 12, 2015

I have had pretty good luck treating those with Prid Drawing Salve. It smells awful, but it seems to soothe them and can help bring the gunk to the surface so they don't last as long. I put a decent amount on before going to bed and the tiniest bit on in the morning.

Well this sucks. [R]

4 years, 11 months agoamadeoamante posted submission on ftm.
Sept. 5, 2014

I have to stop T.

Yeah. I was on patches, and after a couple of weeks, I started getting bright red, itchy, puffy rashes where the patches were. At first they went away in a day or two, but now I've got red spots from last week still driving me crazy with the itchiness.

So I called my endo, and he told me it's the T reacting badly with the adhesive, and I'd need to stop the patches and T until the rashes all go away. Which could be weeks.

This really sucks. I could swear I was getting more chin hair and sideburns, and now I have to fucking stop and reset all that progress. Fuck!

4 years, 11 months agoamadeoamante posted on ftm.
Sept. 6, 2014

You could try this stuff. http://www.amazon.com/Smiles-Prid-Homeopathic-Drawing-Salve/dp/B00016X604 I get itchy welts from my injections that last about 2 weeks each. I rotate sites and put goop on them when they're unbearably itchy (usually the first two days after my shot, but sometimes they itch randomly).

LPT: Put wood glue over a splinter, let it dry then peel it off. [R]

6 years agopalex posted submission on LifeProTips.
July 22, 2013

This is how my grandfather dealt with splinters.

6 years agopalex posted on LifeProTips.
July 22, 2013

Prid is also great for this too. It's a homeopathic drawing slave found at most grocery/drugstores. I've pulled out many splinters with it :)

Hi! I need help to get rid of this galactic pimple that has been bothering me for weeks! [R]

6 years, 1 month agoJune 27, 2013

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6 years, 1 month agogiga_lizard posted on SkincareAddiction.
June 27, 2013

Try a Drawing Salve. I just picked it up a few weeks ago after someone mentioned it in a thread. Put it on and cover with a ban-aid before bed. I had a pimple for almost a week that wasn't noticeable but hurt like hell. I'm a picker by nature and it was killing me. I knew that if I picked it it would just hurt worse and I wouldn't get anything out of it anyway.

I use the salve for 2 nights and it finally came to a head and I was able to drain it.