Selection Of Ways To Overcome Milia?
good afternoon … i’ve read about milia on this website … how come my case is milia already berthun2 well … it’s located in the middle of the nose (t4ny blackheads) and there are still some things … it’s already a skin consul, the solution is the only solution yeah dlaser..what is it ?? I am the most lazy of treatments maybe the trauma is peeling and facials … is there another way, for example cream or face mask ?? r nthank you for your time to read u0026amp; answer my question …
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Milia is caused by trapping a skin protein, called keratin, in the pilosebaceous glands in the skin. Clinically, milia will appear as a small nodule of the same color as the skin, a slight whiteness or redness, which does not enlarge, does not cause itching, or pain. Frequently, this condition appears on the face area, especially around the eyes, cheeks, forehead, and nose.
This condition is often experienced by infants and children, although it does not rule out the possibility also occurs in older people. In adults, milia are usually more prone to occur due to blisters on the skin, for example due to irritation, burns, or certain skin conditions (eg bullous epidermolysis, cystic pemphigoid). This condition can also be triggered by excessive sun exposure, the use of creams that contain steroids in the long run, or also the side effects of certain medical measures, such as dermabrasion or laser resurfation.
If it's true that your condition is caused by milia, this condition is actually not dangerous and often disappears in a few weeks or months without the need for special treatment. However, if this milia is very disturbing for you, then handling can be done, namely with the following alternative ways:
Cryotherapy (frozen surgery with liquid nitrogen)
Deroofing (using a sterile needle to extract milia contents)
Cream containing retinoids
Diathermi (hot surgery)
Curettage and cauterization
The selection of the best treatment method for managing milia should be discussed directly with your doctor or dermatologist. Because, this needs to be done by considering many factors, including skin type, location and severity of milia, facilities available, and so on. Therefore, you can consult this matter directly with your doctor or dermatologist who is examining you. With your competence and experience, even laser procedures rarely cause serious side effects. If you are in doubt, you can also ask for a second opinion by going to another doctor.
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