Do you know what is milia? Milia or white hard dots that may appear on the whole face are formed so that the keratin (produced by skin) remains trapped beneath the skin surface, forming a small cyst in the form of white dots (primary milia). Also it may be accumulation of fats and tallow (secondary milia).
They occur most often where the skin is the most sensitive and thinnest. Below and around the eyes and on the eyelids.
Primarily occur due to the wrong choice of cream. Usually women use too heavy and oily cream for their skin with ingredients that are not needed for their age and then appear milia. Milia can occur and from the stress. They appear in 50 percent of newborn babies, and are regarded as normal. May occur after sun burns, dermabrasion and various skin diseases, after prolonged use of corticosteroids.
How to get rid of them?
First and foremost, do not squeeze them. These clusters are too deep under the skin and on sensitive parts. Contact qualified personnel: a dermatologist or beautician.
If you do not want to go to the doctor try this method:
Peeling of sugar and lemon
Lemon has antibacterial, antiseptic and antioxidant properties. Mix two teaspoons of sugar with the juice of half a lemon. To the mixture, add one teaspoon of olive oil. Gently massage into the skin and leave on for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse with warm water.