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... on my eyelid. I was told they are millia. They are fat and toxin deposits just under the skin. They can be removed by a dermatoligist by puncturing the skin and squezzing them out. ... (5 replies)
... I have little bumps under my eyes. A couple doctors have told me that they are cholesterol deposits. ... (5 replies)
... Denise, I too suffer from this "chicken skin" under my eyes that makes me look older, from what I can remember I've always had it. ... (5 replies)

... These bumps are not milia. ... (5 replies)
... Interesting!! Ive never heard of this,,I also have these bumps just under my eyes... ... (5 replies)
... the milia part is true, the dairy is not. you dont have pores around your eyes, so if you put really thick moisturizer or put your eye creams up too high or on the lid, milia forms. and your right, only derms can get rid of them so dont try urself or you could damage the delicate skin around ur eyes. make sure when you wear eye cream to just pat a very small amount on the... (5 replies)
... I was doing a search and ran into this. I also had small bumps under my eyes, I couldn't tell if they were pimples or what. One, I was terrified was a wart as it just kept getting bigger and bigger. ... (10 replies)
... In my opinion, continue using a good moisturizer (preferably rich in mineral oils), but don't go all the way up to the eye, just to the bone... If you MUST use something for the eyes, try to stick with serums, they are watery and get absorbed quicker by the skin.You say your skin is dry & oily, so I guess that your T-zone is oily and the rest is dry (that's a combination skin)... (10 replies)
... THINGS... Sigh! I've been using the eye cream only because of that! And to decrease the chance of getting early wrinkles. Sorry bout that. So what do I use on my eyes to prevent early wrinkles then? ... (10 replies)
... turizer too far up. when you put on any kind of moisturizer, u shouldnt put it all the way up the eye, just around the bone underneath ur eye. the heat from your eyes will draw the moisture up. ur eye area does not have pores so it all becomes blocked. dont try to squeeze them though, it will damage the area. ... (10 replies)
... i have these small white bumps underneat my eyes and i dont know wat they are. i think they might come from putting makeup there. ... (10 replies)
... I have one bump like this kind of in the jaw area and very slight ones in the area where you get circles under your eyes. So I would rather those just be treated directly and removed. ... (5 replies)
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Feb 14, 2006
... i have a question. Theres little bumps under my eyes. i think my concealer is causing the problem. Any concealer that has worked well for you? ... (20 replies)
... LIQUIFY, why not as a day moisturizer? Do you mean olive oil? It's really not that oily at all. It just sorta seeps right into the skin. And I'm not exactly sure, but I think it's a natural alpha hydroxy acid (I'll have to research that, though). But since olive's are a fruit, which is where most AHA's come from, and since it is taking away my blackheads and what little... (16 replies)
... ust hate the thought of those darn wrinkles. I first noticed fine lines around the outer eye area around mid to late 20's. Be careful using Vaseline around the eyes or anywhere on the face. ... (4 replies)
... After the skin peeled, I ended up with bumps on my forehead skin and like brown blotches. Before, my skin was very clear like porcelain. Now the healed skin is harder and the pores are enlarged. ... (3 replies)
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Feb 16, 2006
... Thanks! Does the extraction hurt and do you know how they do it? Also do you no of any concealers and make-up brands that are oil free and non comedogenic? Im using a wet n wild coverall concealer right now. (20 replies)
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Feb 15, 2006
... around your eyes are called "Milia". They are caused when the skin is not naturally exfoliating. As the skin around the eye is so thin, this is the most common area. ... (20 replies)
... I used Susan Lucci's before Epidermx and Silkia camellia oil. It caused me a pretty bad initial breakout. I only had a few tiny bumps on my chin when I started on Epidermx and they went away on their own in a few days. Overall, I didn't like the Susan Lucci one as well as Epidermx. ... (10 replies)
... You're not supposed to put ANY eye cream on the lids. They are only for under the eye...around the eye. ... (13 replies)




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