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Milia are very small, raised, partly-white or yellowish harmless bumps on the skin. These bumps are a type of skin cyst filled with a protein called keratin. They are most commonly found around the cheeks, nose, eyes, eyelids, forehead and chest.

Advice for avoiding milia

  • Double cleanse the eye area daily, firstly with a non-oily eye makeup remover, and secondly with a cream cleanser, making sure that all traces of eye makeup product are removed using a soft damp cotton pad

  • Avoid using heavy oil products around the eye area

  • Avoid sun exposure to the face and always wear an SPF 50 on the face, while checking that the products contain no oil

  • Assessing diet and lifestyle: more sleep, reduced cholesterol rich foods (for example, eggs and meats)

  • Taking vitamins A, B, and D supplements can possibly help to reduce milia

  • Always wear good quality sunglasses

Required treatment

Milia can be easily removed from all over the body using advanced electrolysis. We recommend the Spear or F2020 probe.


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