Topic Milk Bath - Cleopatra Treatment For Having Beautiful Skin
Press in toward the center of the cyst. Move your fingers to Zeta White another position and press deeply and firmly. You are trying to find the clogged pore that the oil will escape from. Once a bit of white or yellow "thread" comes out, you know what pore to work on. Continue pressing and changing the position. As the ribbon of yellow or white old oil comes out, continue pressing and cleaning it up. You can also support your thumbs with the sides of your hands and press with your thumbs. You need to be firm. You can push with your knuckles. Feel the cyst and get to the outside edge of it. Don't press right where the clogged pore is or you won't be successful.
Between pressings and cleanings, massage the cyst. When nothing comes out, you probably have a lump of congealed oil. Continue pressing firmly. Watch out, when the lump comes out under pressure from your pressing, it may "explode" like Vesuvius. The stinky goop can shoot 2 feet or even more. Continue pressing and cleaning until the bump feels flat. The pressure is uncomfortable for the "victim" but not painful. Wipe the area clean. Since the cyst is not an infection, no special clean up is needed other than getting rid of the stinky paper towels in the trash.
After the cyst is drained, it may never return. Or it may come back repeatedly. So drain it again, whenever it becomes troublesome. If this seems too icky, ask your skin care specialist if she drains sebaceous cysts. Some facialists are not trained in paramedical esthetics. Some don't like or don't know how to do it. Call around until you find someone who has done this work and isn't grossed out by it. The fee will probably be nothing to $1.25 a minute. A flat rate may be impossible to figure because nobody knows how long it will take until the work is actually done.