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... They could be allergic reactions to certain product you have been using. I had those tiny white bumps on my face when I was allergic to a certain product. They were gone by themselves after I stopped the product for 2 to 3 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... question: What are the white bumps on my face (4 replies)
... mous magnifying glass and offer many helpful suggestions and you'll look fabulous afterward. A good strong flower acid mask might solve the problem for you. They are extremely clarifying and make you look a lot younger. ... (5 replies)

... If they are very small bumps, like the size of a grain of sand and hard than they are hardened calcium deposits underneath the skin. I don't know exactly what causes them but I know that I've seen them in the same area on my face a few times. ... (4 replies)
... this could be Milla.. Milla appear as small, solid white pearly nodules and are formed when a fine cuticle of the skin grows over the mouth of the hair follicle. ... (4 replies)
... I had one of these under my left eye, someone told me that sometimes it a calcified pore and the stuff on the inside is hard like a little stone. ... (4 replies)
... They are different sizes, most are tiny however. You may be correct about an allergy, I am just unsure about what I am allergic to. ... (4 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)
Possibly Milia
Feb 13, 2010
... I get small white bumps on my face that are very hard. They can't be squeezed. Could this possibly be milia and how do I cure it? ... (3 replies)
... Do you moisturize your face or put on sun block? ... (10 replies)
... I'm not worried about the pain, really. What I am most worried about is the aftermath. Specifically, is there a way to avoid breaking out or something after it? ... (1 replies)




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