Milia Removal* By Eyebrow Goddess Milia are small, raised, pearly-white or yellowish bumps on the skin. They are a type of tiny cyst filled with the protein keratin.
WHAT ARE MILIA?
Primary milia - these are the most common type of milia that can occur in both children and adults.
Secondary milia - these are milia that develop in an area of skin, anywhere on the body, that has previously been damaged or injured, for example, after a burn or a blistering rash.
The milia develop as the skin heals and it is thought that damage to the sweat glands may be an underlying cause. Secondary milia also sometimes develop after certain skin creams have been used.
Milia en plaque - milia of this type are rare.
The milia develop on an inflamed, raised patch of skin known as a plaque which may be several centimetres across. The cause of milia en plaque is not fully understood. It usually occurs behind the ears, on an eyelid, or on the cheeks or jaw area. This type of milia tends to particularly affect middle-aged women.
Multiple eruptive milia - these are crops or patches of milia that develop over a period of weeks or months. The crops usually appear on the face, the upper arms and the upper trunk. Milia of this type are rare.
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Milia has often been treated using skin exfoliation, dermabrasion, facials and mild chemical peels. However, these treatments do not offer long-term effects and, if performed incorrectly, can irritate the skin.
The best way to treat & remove Milia is through the use of Electrolysis
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Milia are small, raised, pearly-white or yellowish bumps on the skin. They are a type of tiny cyst filled with the protein keratin.
Milia are most often seen on the skin around the cheeks, nose, eyes and eyelids, forehead and chest but they can occur anywhere on the body.
Milia are very common in newborn babies but can affect people of any age. In babies, milia clear by themselves and no treatment is needed. In adults they may take longer to clear and, in persistent cases, treatment may be required.
Milia do not usually cause any symptoms but they can become itchy and some people find them unsightly.
HOW CAN THEY BE TREATED ?
HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I NEED?
The number of treatments required will depend on the severity and number of milia.
On average, patients will need between one and three treatments. A full treatment plan will be discussed with me, you can come for a free consultation & we can discuss your Milia.
In some cases one treatment is enough to get rid of your Milia. This though depends on how many Milia you have