Milia are a group of white, small, hard cysts filled with keratin.
These bags form under the skin when keratin remains stuck beneath its surface. Keratin is actually a very powerful protein found in the tissues of skin cells, nails and hair. These cysts are large or odd-looking, similar to pimples, but are easy to identify.
It is very important to note that milia can occur in people of all ages, but it occurs most often in newborns. Besides the fact that they disappear within a few weeks, doctors say that nearly half of newborns show signs of mileage. They are usually 1 to 2 mm large and usually occur in the areas around the eyes, nose, and cheeks. However, in some cases it can occur in some other parts of the body.
If you want to remove them, we suggest you some alternative methods.
1_ Tingling under the skin:
This is the most commonly used method for dealing with milia. You will need a thin, sterile needle under the skin to inject each bag and inject the liquid.
If milia persist, there are some other options for removal, such as chemical peels or microdermabrasion.
Topical application of a very small amount of cream with retinoids to cystic bumps is a very easy but effective way to remove milia.