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FAQ Milia Removal

Milia RemovalMilia are very small, white or yellowish bumps most often seen around the cheeks, nose, eyes forehead and chest and are tiny cysts filled with the protein, Keratin. They are often found in groups and are harmless.

There are usually two ways to treat Milia, the most common is extraction where the tip of the Milia is lanced and the contents extracted. The second is using advanced electrolysis to effectively burn the Milia off. Both of these treatments are painless, and you will be able to return to normal activities immediately.

After advanced epilation treatments a very fine scab will form.

Normally if the treatment is successful the blemish will simply come away from the skin. Do not pick or rub the scab but simply let it fall off.

A few days afterwards the skin underneath may look a little pink and fresh, please repeat the treatment advice above.

Skin will fully heal in 10-14 days.

Immediately following your treatment, skin may appear a little red and swollen at the treatment site. This is perfectly normal and will subside after a few hours. Milia removal aftercare:

  • Apply a cooling gel such as Witch Hazel or Aloe Vera to the area quite liberally, this will keep the area cool and prevent infection;
  • Avoid direct heat such as hot bath or showers, saunas and exposure to sunlight or sunbeds;
  • Use a minimum of SPF 30 daily and specially if exposed directly to the sun;
  • Do not apply any other product to the treated area unless specifically advised to do so;
  • Avoid touching the area unnecessarily;
  • Gently wash with purified water and pat dry the area with lint free cotton pad, do not rub.

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