Reduce it, good fellow? My studies would point towards a complete change in behavior, if I have my notes in order. There are multiple personality traits that emerge, and it is up to the inherent of the troubled spot to make a conjecture as to its probable mood shift. Remember that a first timer's experiences are always near-sighted, and to watch the consumer's limits for them, for it is a foreign ground for them, and we who often taste the snake's venom have already had our acquaintances in the past.
Try witch hazel to reduce redness and size of spots in a short space of time, but for long term help I'd advise that you see a doctor as they can prescribe you the good stuff that'll work a lot better than alcohol. And to put alcohol on your spots it'd have to be like, vodka, which isn't cheap. You're better off to get some prescription antibiotics. They'll most likely give you something with Benzoyl Peroxide in it, stiemycin or erythromycin. FYI these work well :) good luck
Alcohol dries your skin up, which yes can help reduce acne. If you ever look on the back of alot of acne products and cleansers they contain alcohol in them. Its not the best method though considering that used alone it dries your skin out too much and can cause breagage and irritation.
i suppose it might dry it out a little bit but no, i doubt it would reduce it. mint toothpaste has been known to help reduce the swelling and redness when applied to a pimple for about half an hour
No, all it does is help dry your skin out. I would try to go for achne treatments, generic achne treatments such as face washes that you can find in local stores.
He's misunderstood the question and is answering it in terms of consuming the alcohol instead of applying it in a very British manner. I love it though ;D