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Milia nightmare
Aug 10, 2005
... filled cysts, or simply little globs of protein under the skin. There are generally two types of milia. Primary milia may result from oil glands that have not fully or properly developed. Secondary milia result from trauma to the skin. ... (6 replies)
... Milia should not be squeezed. It will either eventually surface and extract on its own or you can have it professionaly extracted by a nurse or dermatologist. ... (0 replies)
... As an esthetician, I would suggest having the milia extracted at a dermatologists office or to see a skilled esthetician that can do it. As you probably already know, these are very difficult to remove. ... (5 replies)

... Milia should be extracted by your Dem...It certainly is alot faster than glycolic and safer! ... (14 replies)
Milia treatment
Nov 7, 2004
... Hi all :wave: I'm new here to the board, and I'm hoping there are a few people who might have advice for me about milia. I have 20 or 30 bumps of it in various places on my face. Interestingly, I've never had any right under my eyes or on my nose, which seems to happen more frequently to people. I get them on my cheeks mostly, occasionally on the forehead and chin. ... (5 replies)
... s become trapped rather than exfoliate naturally. The trapped cells become walled off into tiny cysts that appear like white beads below the surface of the skin. Milia can occur on the skin or even on mucous membranes such as the inner surface of the cheek or the vermillion border of the lips. ... (2 replies)
... filled cysts, or simply little globs of protein under the skin. There are generally two types of milia. Primary milia may result from oil glands that have not fully or properly developed. Secondary milia result from trauma to the skin. ... (14 replies)
... filled cysts, or simply little globs of protein under the skin. There are generally two types of milia. Primary milia may result from oil glands that have not fully or properly developed. Secondary milia result from trauma to the skin. ... (6 replies)
... I think I may have found the answer aside from going to the dermatologist to have those pesky little boogers removed. I have TONS of those raised "under the skin" bumps on my forehead, cheeks, hairline, EVERYWHERE!!! I get them alot but I've had them this time since I gave birth to my daughter in December and haven't had any success getting rid of them since until now. ... (0 replies)
Help with cleanser
Feb 11, 2005
... I would tell you to stay away from any products with fragrance in it.....Look at all ingredients on back of bottle. Milia is not so easily removed with products. Why dont you just go to the Derm and get them extracted? It really doesn't hurt at all it's like a tap....and you will heal quicker. It's your safest bet! (4 replies)
... Sounds like milia. You need to go to the derm to get them extracted with a special tool. ... (2 replies)
Arm Acne?
Jul 31, 2003
... nalyze my arms...i tried neutrogena body acne wash on my arms and i think it helped...why not try that...if they are little flesh colored bumps they are probably milia and you can go have them extracted by a derm. ... (3 replies)




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