Milia look like small white dome-like bumps which are typically found on the eyes, on the neck or on the body. These small white lumps are as small as the top of a needle and are formed from the build-up of keratin.
Keratin is a protein that forms our hair and nails. Milia are harmless but they can cause some irritation if they are caught by clothing or rubbed by the folds of the skin.
They can be removed by our doctors using a PlexR device to vaporise the small bumps to provide relief and for cosmetic purposes.
Are mostly bothersome cosmetically. They appear as small white bumps on the skin, often around the eyes and body. You may experience irritation and redness if the milia are rubbed by clothing or folds of the skin.
To avoid milia, reduce long-term sun exposure, avoid oil based skin products and thick creams which block pores and exfoliate your skin every few weeks to rid of dead skin cells. Exfoliating the dead skin will help to prevent your pores being blocked.