Stop that nasty breakout and pimples dead in their tracks with these easy tips on safe and simple methods to prevent, pop, and end the drama. Who doesn't hate those nasty tiny pulse-filled pimple sacs filling their completion? Usually, breakouts happen at the worse possible time. Teenagers especially hate to deal with puberty because of those annoying pimples. The best and most effective way to pop a pimple is to put pressure on the outer edges of the abscess. Press until the white head comes out of the skin's surface, and clear fluid emerges. Do not squeeze the area until you see blood. That could damage your skin and cause scarring and a more giant sore than the area of the pimple. Ultimately, a dermatology visit should be initiated if there is a re-occurrence of pimples. Topical ointments like Retina-A or glycolic acid compounds are usually given to teenagers, especially those with an over-supply of sebaceous oil glands. Some medicines that stop an overflow of oil supply to the skin can also be prescribed.