Feb 3, 2021
What is a milium?
A milium is a small cyst containing keratin (the skin protein); they are usually multiple and are then known as milia. These harmless cysts present as tiny pearly-white bumps just under the surface of the skin.
What are the clinical features of milia?
Milia are common in all ages and both sexes. They most often arise on the face and are particularly prominent on the eyelids and cheeks, but they may occur elsewhere.
There are various kinds of milia.
Milia are tiny cysts that develop due to harmless buildups of keratin under the skin. They are common on the face and around and under the eyes. Milia are not pimples, and attempting to pop them can cause further inflammation and scarring. The pores need to clear out the built up keratin for the milia to go away.
Can they be removed?
Yes At Artistic Beauty Nelson
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