Health and Beauty

Skin Care Milia

Dr. Pimple Popper says this little-talked-about skin condition is actually super common

To speed up this process. Dr. Lee notes that the key is to use products that increase your cell turnover. “You can try to use topical exfoliants or retinol,” she says. “If they bother you and you want to remove them, a board-certified dermatologist can help to extract these pretty quickly and easily.”

Whatever you do, however, don’t play Dr. Pimple Popper with your milia at home. “You shouldn’t try to extract milia yourself,” she warns. “They’re not like a blackhead or whitehead and are actually under a layer of skin that requires incision to extract. Squeezing or scratching at them will increase your risk of infection and permanent scarring.”

To make sure you’re not doing anything that leads to milia, take special care to look at the ingredients of the skin-care products you’re using. “Just as it is with any type of acne, it can help to avoid occlusive, comedogenic products and stick with a good skin-care routine,” says Dr. Lee. “However, topical retinol or tretinoin used in the area can possibly decrease the chances of developing new ones in the future.” Mystery solved.

How do I care for my skin type?

Okay so my skin has always been super difficult to care for. I have extremely dry skin around my eyes and mouth, oily skin on and around my nose, milia around my eyes and very sensitive and irrated skin on my neck! it is so frusterating, how do i care


Try to put rose water to your face,always freshen your face with rose water and in that way your face will get moistured,

Apply a clean clothe and rub it around your nose,clean it with some facial creams in your area that is used to remove


Try to put rose water to your face,always freshen your face with rose water and in that way your face will get moistured,

Apply a clean clothe and rub it around your nose,clean it with some facial creams in your area that is used to remove

I need a new skin care routine, any recommendations?

I have dry skin on my face but an oily chin where i get lots of pimples especially the time of the month...whats a really good face product range that will help me? I also get a few milia spots on my cheeks and its all starting to get frustrating as i


Here's my skincare regimen:
Morning:
Aveeno Clear Complexion Foaming Cleanser and Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Grapefruit wash

Evening/Night:
Neutrogena Deep Cleansing Cream Cleanser (if you buy this leave it on for 5-10


Try the Algenist product line. Its not cheap but that's because it really works. My skin has looks fantastic since I started using the gentle cleanser, eye cream and moisturizer.


I use clearasil ultra and clean and clear dual action moisturizer. I have both dry and slightly oily skin and when I wash my face with the ultra every time I shower my face is soft, smooth, clean, and bump free