Milia Removal Greenford

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Milia, a small cyst, is one of the skin problems that you can experience. Having this skin issue can affect your confidence. With this skin imperfection, you tend to hide and feel insecure about how you look. Milia can develop on the cheeks and nose. It is commonly found in groups.

How can milia removal benefit you?

Our milia removal can help you to eliminate the stress brought by these skin imperfections. Do not doubt because we have the most experienced derma consultants to carry out the treatment with pinpoint accuracy. We implement a holistic approach to offer you with the best results of our milia removal.
Does The Treatment Hurt?
The milia removal treatment is painless, so there is no need for local anaesthetic. It is also done quickly, so you can easily go back to your daily schedule.
Cryotherapy is performed using liquid nitrogen to freeze the milia. It is the most common milia removal procedure.

How we get rid of them?

Cryotherapy - Liquid nitrogen is used in this procedure to remove milia. Meanwhile, to help you decide the type of treatment, you must also learn about the various types of milia. These types are the neonatal milia, primary milia, juvenile milia, milia en plaque, traumatic milia, and multiple eruptive milia.
Why customers get spots/ marks?

Milia can be developed if the keratin is trapped under the skins surface. It can happen for people of all ages. It is also common for babies. These yellow or white tiny dome-shaped bumps can be found on the lips, face, cheeks, and eyelids.

Meanwhile, it can also be founded in different parts of the body.

If milia are scratched with rough clothing or sheets, it may result in redness and irritation.

  • Blistering injuries like poison ivy
  • Burns
  • Blistering because of skin condition like cicatricial pemphigoid, epidermolysis bullosa or porphyria cutanea tarda
  • Prolong sun exposure
  • Prolog use of steroid creams
  • Skin resurfacing process like laser resurfacing or dermabrasion

If your skin is prone to milia, you must avoid using products that have ingredients like liquid petroleum, liquid paraffin, paraffin oil, petroleum oil, paraffinum liquidum as well as petrolatum liquid. These minerals can trigger the production of milia.

Milia can be diagnosed by a well-experienced skin specialist. It can be determined through the cyst appearance. Skin lesion biopsies are required in very rare cases.

There are many ways to get rid of milia. You can avoid this skin problem through thorough cleansing. It is important to remove your makeup before you go to bed. Another way is acid exfoliation. You can look for BHA and AHA acid exfoliators. You can apply this 3 times a week..

Milia removal is necessary if you want to be confident about the appearance of your skin.