While they aren’t big or unsightly in the way that pimples can be, they are as noticeable.In older children and adults, milia are typically associated with some type of damage to the skin, such as:
blistering due to a skin condition
blistering injuries, such as poison ivy
skin resurfacing procedures, such as derma-abrasion or laser resurfacing
long-term use of steroid creams
long-term sun damage
So how do we get rid of these white spots?
Lemon Juice and Sugar
Mix two tablespoons of sugar, half a lemon’s worth of juice and one teaspoon of oil. Apply the mixture to your face and let it sit for 20 to 30 minutes.
Mix honey and sugar together. Add oatmeal to the mixture and stir until it becomes a paste. Apply to the face and leave for several minutes. Wash it off with warm water.
Castor OilRemove Make-up before Bed
Keeping your make-up on can irritate your skin and cause all sorts of impurities. Be sure to remove your make-up before you go to bed.
Stay in the Shade
When the sun is strong, the rays can be harmful to your skin. Remember to use sunscreen and wear a hat, especially if you have sensitive skin.
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