I don't think you have anything to worry about. Initial genital herpes always shows up where the infection starts, i.e. the body areas that get friction and rubbing during sex. Also, auto-inoculation (self transfer to the virus to a new body site) occurs occasionally during the first few weeks after a new herpes infection, but very rarely after that. I can't say the risk is zero if the thigh lesion is exactly where you used tweezers, and if it happened within a few days of the tweezers being used on an oral herpes lesion. But this is a stretch -- very unlikely. It sounds like you had a pimple on your thigh, nothing more. Of course see a doctor if it doesn't clear up or it happens again.
I hope this has helped. Best wishes.
thanks for the advice..
So from what you said it is possible to transfer the virus in the way that i have said i could of even though you are saying it isnt 100% possible that i have. I will still go to my doctors just to be say as the blister/sore doesnt look right and to me really does resemble that of a coldsore
I don't know whether it is possible or not. If it is, I'm sure the chance is exceedingly low.
Almost any superficial skin infection can resemble a cold sore.