Liz Skincare Miami

I work on clients regularly with this skin issue. I always recommend deep cleaning facials till skin clears out. I’ve seen clients’ skin improve after the first facial. My job gives me the opportunity to make people feel good about themselves. I find satisfaction improving clients skin in meaningful ways. All of my clients are in love with the deep cleaning treatments results.

I treat and help many clients that suffer with Milia. Millia occurs when surface-level skin cells are not sloughed off and so the cells clog the skin, leading to these cysts. Milia seeds are white or yellowish bumps and are also sometimes called oil seeds, these are usually small and hard. Sometimes, if a milia seed is new, it can be soft, and appear as though it is a pimple without an opening. Thankfully, you can have milia removed with a deep cleaning facial. Do not try to extract the milia yourself.  



If you extract the milia yourself, you may have trouble completely pulling out the cysts, as the removable process may prove too painful. Now, you have no reason to walk around with little bumps on your face.


Milia – Cause and Cure: 

An individual milium (the singular of milia) is formed at the base of a hair follicle or sweat gland. Milia are benign, white cysts. They are quite common, and can be found on infants, children and adults. These cysts are filled with keratin (NOT PUS) and they often appear around the eyes and on the cheeks and nose.

Exfoliating the skin, or removing the dead skin cells from your skin with an abrasive product or chemical, is beneficial. But brutally scrubbing your face with soaps and chemicals too frequently may actually create milia! To avoid this, remember that gentle exfoliation helps prevent excess dead skin cell build-up that could clog your pores and cause whiteheads, not milia.



Wash your face with a deep cleanser. A deep cleanser is one that is made for oily or blemish-prone skin. It will destroy dirt and environmental elements that would otherwise clog your sweat ducts and can contribute to milia seeds.

Exfoliate your skin. Regular exfoliation encourages skin cell generation, helping new skin cells to replace the cells affected by milia faster as well as buff and polish the healthy skin left behind. Exfoliation also helps to prevent new milia from forming.

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