Removing Milia?


Milia appears in the form of white bumps below the skin surface on the face. In newborns, they appear around the nose, whereas in adults they appear around the eyes and on the cheeks. Milia is usually as a result of top skin not being shed well, and as a result, its trapped in the form of tiny pockets beneath the skin.
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