April 28, 2002
There are three kinds of pimples. There is the whitehead, the blackhead, and the sweat pimple. The whitehead is the common and obvious type by virtue of the visible pus sealed beneath the head. The blackhead is less visible and only can be found through thorough observation of any bump possessing a black dot atop it. The sweat pimple is visible but with no head, often times alerting the person with it that it requires draining by producing slight pain. Some whiteheads do the same thing as sweat pimples. Despite these forms, the concealed pus of the pustule must evacuate.