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Milia: Introduction

Small, white cysts that typically occur on the face. Milia are often seen on new born infants and tend to disappear after a few weeks. Milia can also occur at any age and may persist for long periods of time. Milia occur when the skin's natural exfoliation process fails and skin cells become trapped under the surface rather than being exfoliated away. ...more »

Symptoms of Milia

  • Small white round cysts that arise spontaneously or secondary to trauma
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Treatments for Milia

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