Botulism? I don't think that a little honey is gonna cause botulism, besides botulism is what dermatologists ues in botox injections!
Honey has been used in beauty treatments of all kinds for centuries even dating back to the ancient egyptians. Honey is good for exfoiation as well as moisturizing the skin, it is also full of antioxidents which are benificial to not only the skin but the entire body whether used externaly or consumed internaly.
Just stop picking at your pimples. Use a good skin care line every morning and at night before bed, and the pimple will dry up with time you must be patient. But the more you pick at it the more inflamed and swollen it will get, and the more noticable it will be to not only you but to others,then that will only make you pick at it more.It's an ugly dominoe effect. You picking at it will cause infection before a little honey will.
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