What's Milia or milk spots on face?
Milia sometimes referred to as milk spots are small bumps, they are usually 1 to 2 mm in size. It aoccur when keratin / fat deposit trapped under the skin. Milia is harmless but it can be incredibly bothersome. It is very commonly around the eyelids and cheeks area, though they can
What's the treatment for milia?
While milia is bothersome, but they are benign growth and don't necessarily require treatment.
Treatment range from gentle exfoliation, or use machines brush like Clarisonic. When in home treatment is not effective, you can consult a certified esthetician or dermatologist for extraction service, or even consider Microdermabration.
Many Milia can be treated by exfoliating which cause cell turn over . Gentle, non abrasive exfoliation keeps the outer layer of skin smooth and thin and can be very effective around the eye area.
If gentle exfoliation and extraction services doesn't work effectively on the stubborn milia, consider a Microdermabration with a dermatologist or esthetician. Microdermabration "sands'' your skin down uses tiny exfoliating crystals that are sprayed on the skin. It works best with problematic skin conditions such as milia, brown spots, age spot, light acne scars , and dull skin.
Maintenance for Radiant Vacation Glow Skin
Perform gentle non abrasive exfoliation is key in keeping skin radiant. We also recommend periodically doing a lymphatic massage on your face using jojoba oil to increase circulation, and exercise your facial muscles. Jojoba oil's property is very similar to human sebum, it won't clog your pores. We recommend a cold pressed organic jojoba oil.