Milia skin treatment

Milia

Milia is a blockage of the sweat gland. It is a keratin-filled cyst that can appear just under the epidermis. They are very small, raised, pearly-white bumps on the skin.  They are most often seen on the skin around the cheeks, nose, eyes and eyelids, forehead and chest. However, they can occur anywhere on the body.

Milia are very common in newborn babies but can affect people of any age. 

Skin Treatment Options

 

MICRODERMABRASION

Mechanically resurfaces the outer most layer of the epidermis. Removing excess of dead skin cells preventing the build up of keratinised cells in the sweat gland. This is a great treatment to have prior to many laser or peel treatments.

DIATHERMY

Diathermy or thermocoagulation is a treatment that uses a very fine needle to prick the skin and then an ultra rapid radio frequency current is passed through the area which is heated and sealed. This precision technique is used to coagulate certain superficial cutaneous imperfections such as milia, skin tags, moles, and veins, in order to minimise their appearance or to completely eliminate them.

MESOESTETIC SKIN PEELS

These Peels contain powerful active ingredients, Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acids, to resurface the outer layer of the epidermis to boost cellular rejuvenation and renewal. A proven way to remove unwanted dead skin cells to prevent milia forming within the sweat gland and to improve uneven textures, this treatment is also an effective way to stimulate new healthy collagen fibers to suppress the aging process.

SKIN NEEDLING

A pen like device with hundreds of micro needles gently penetrate the skin to promote the healing process and stimulate essential growth factors and natural production of collagen to improve and strengthen the underlying structure of the skin removing the appearance of pitted scaring fine lines and wrinkles and unwanted pigmentation and milia in the process of desquamation

 

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