There is nothing more embarrassing than having pimples on your buttocks, especially when it’s summer and you start wearing a swimsuit. Stop hiding behind beach blankets and start looking for solutions to get rid of pimples on your buttocks. Try the remedies mentioned in this article and see if they work for you. Don’t be discouraged if one method doesn’t work for you because everyone’s skin is different, just try another treatment.
Use of topical and oral medications
Use an ointment or lotion after you shower. Look for an ointment that contains benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, or alpha hydroxide, and you’ll find many of these products in all local and international brands. You may want to try a lotion specifically designed to treat rashes and pimples on the buttocks. Most kinds of toothpaste also contain peroxide, which is used as a treatment for pimples when no other treatments are available.
Make sure you dry your body well from the water and apply the ointment right after you shower.
Let the ointment dry before getting dressed, because benzoyl peroxide can stain your clothes.
Alternatively, you can use products containing tretinoin used to treat acne and wrinkles.
Consult your doctor to find out which product is right for you.
Take antibiotics. Some pimples may need to take antibiotics in tablet form. Consult your doctor about the appropriate prescription for your condition.
Take a steroid injection. You can resort to these injections if you suffer from large and painful cystic acne, as it will reduce its size and pain in less than a day.
Use natural remedies
Expose your buttocks to the sun as much as possible. Sit in the sun a bit on hot days if you have your own garden. The sun helps dry out the excess fat.
Make sure to apply a non-comedogenic sunscreen before sun exposure to avoid burns.
Do this step every now and then because excessive sun exposure can damage your skin.
Drink a mixture of cream of tartar and water. Pour a tablespoon of lime into a glass of 200 ml of water and drink it.
This mixture helps rid the body of toxins.
If you do not like the taste of the mixture, add juice for sweetening.
Repeat once daily for several months until the blisters begin to heal
Make an aspirin mask for the buttocks. Crush about 4 or 5 aspirin tablets, making sure the medicine is not coated on the outside, and then add it to 1 tablespoon of warm water. You can add a little honey or yogurt if you like.
Apply a thick layer of the mixture on the buttocks.
Allow the mask to dry before washing it off
Squeeze the natural acid into the pimples. Fresh lemon juice and apple cider vinegar can be used to treat pimples, but these solutions can become painful if the pimples are open. Leave the acids on for 30 minutes, then rinse with cool water.
Use a natural oil. Coconut oil and tea tree oil are excellent antibiotics that you can rub on the pimple area to help heal.
Rub ice cubes on large pimples to reduce inflammation. This won’t help the blisters heal right away, but it may provide immediate pain relief. 
Do not pop pimples as this can cause permanent scarring and the spread of bacteria.
Tretinoin can cause serious birth defects in unborn babies, so don’t use it if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or plan to.
Do not use any of the products listed above if you are allergic. If you think you are allergic to anything, test a little product on your arm before applying the mixture or cream to a large part of your body.
Apply sunscreen when applying topical acne medications.