Let the skin experts at Este Medical remove milia – also known as milk spots – on your face, easily and safely.

Have you noticed stubborn little spots on your cheeks or around your eyes? Have you tried to squeeze them because you thought they were stubborn whiteheads and found they weren’t going anywhere? It’s likely you have milia – or milk spots. These little white bumps on the skin aren’t spots, and in actual fact, they are cysts located just under the top layer of the skin. This means, unless you’re a skincare professional, it’s near impossible to remove them. But don’t worry, if you’d rather your skin had a smoother, clearer look, and you want to get rid of your milia, then the experts at Este Medical can help you.
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What Causes Milia?

Milia is caused by an excess of keratin in the skin. Keratin is a part of our skin’s natural make-up, and it’s also present in our nails and hair. When there’s a build up of it, it can give the appearance of a little white bump or spot. These little milk spots are hugely common in babies but they usually fade within a few weeks. It’s not known why they sometimes appear later on in life, but if they have and you’d rather they weren’t there, let us help you. Milia isn’t a health concern, but it can be annoying if you are suffering from these little white cysts, so if you’d like to find out how we can help you get rid of them, please get in touch with the Este Medical team today.
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How Does Milia Treatment Work?

At Este Medical, we offer a number of methods for milia removal. When we see you at your free, no-obligation consultation, we’ll be able to advise you which process will be the best option for you. The most common form of milia removal treatment is by creating a very small incision in the skin that lies above the milia. Your skin specialist will then be able to gently and carefully extract the inside of the milia, avoiding any damage to the surrounding skin. Other types of milia may respond better to extraction using a Hyfrecator. This method involves tiny electrical pulses that cauterise the skin above the milia and then the keratin deposits inside the milia can be removed. Lastly, if neither of the above processes is right for your specific milia, we may be able to prescribe a topical medication for the treatment of your milk spots.

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