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to get rid of them (I cut and paste from the internet)

What’s a Girl (Or Guy) Gonna Do?

Exfoliation can go a long way in helping deal with milia prone skin. By keeping the epidermis thin and smooth, you can cut down on their formation. By mentioning exfoliation, I’m not talking about scrubbing off the top layer of your skin! One way is to use a gentle exfoliating scrub such as Peter Thomas Roth Silica Strawberry Scrub, California North Gelskin Scrub or Peter Thomas Roth AHA/BHA Face & Body Polish. Home microdermabrasion with DermaNew Microdermabrasion Total Body Experience can be highly effective in smoothing out problem skin. Another is to undergo a periodic series of microdermabrasions or glycolic acid peels at the doctor’s office. Maintenance is important. Unless you find your solution is throwing out some problem causing cream, you likely are in a situation where you will periodically continue to form new spots. So add in some gentle exfoliation into your grooming regimen. ....

...Vitamin A creams also work effectively to exfoliate the skin, thin the epidermis and again fit nicely into a skin rejuvenation program. Afirm used every other night is a retinol based vitamin A cream. If you are using prescription Retin A, Renova, Differin, Avita or Tazorac for acne concerns or wrinkles, these can also be helpful in reducing your milia formation. Keep in mind that none of these vitamin A options should be applied to the eyelids.

So if milia are the bane of your existence, don´t worry. There´s hope."

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