Milia removal treatment of those pesky tiny cysts that form on the skin when dead skin cells get trapped under the skin’s surface. These can appear as pearly-white or flesh-colored bumps on the face.
Milia are not harmful and but do require professional treatment to remove. Though milia often go away on their own, it can be months, years or more. For this reason, people prefer to get milia removed for cosmetic reasons. Typical areas are cheeks and around the eye region.
Never attempt to remove a milia on your own as they can be stubborn and cause permanent scarring or infection.