Milia seeds are small white-coloured fat granule growing on the skin, particularly in area surrounding the eyes. They look like white sesame seeds! They are not pleasant looking. Here, I share with you a way to remove. One effective way to remove milia seeds is by using glycerin. By rubbing glycerin on the milia seeds can dissolve the oil around the milia seeds and bring about the removal of milia seeds. Milia seeds can be removed in 1 – 2 weeks while bigger ones need 1- 2 months to clear. After washing face every night, rub some glycerin on the milia seeds. Use index finger to slowly and gently massage. Do it consistently everyday and you can see the milia seeds gradually shrink. After a short time they dry up. Now you can remove them by gentle rubbing. A few cautions to remember regarding the use of glycerin:
Glycerin needs to dilute:
Do not apply too concentrated glycerin directly on the skin, because highly concentrated glycerin can irritate the skin and dehydrate it excessively. Therefore before using high concentration glycerin need to dilute it with clean water.
Correct use of glycerin can remove milia seeds on your face but improper use can lead to more milia seeds cropping up. Remember not to apply too much at one time. Excessive amount applied on the skin can block the pores and lead to more milia seeds to appear, especially for people with oily skin.
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Do not confuse Milia with siringomas. Google it! I had them sine I am 15 and I have been to so many doctors. No remedy for them. Some laser might remove them but it is expensive, it might leave marks and they will come back.
tried it , the big ones close to the surface tend to go alot faster (the first week),also i started seeing more results after massaging the area that has milia rather than just washing my face with it, i had like 20 millia bumps under my eyes, now only 2 left under my left eye, and 3 on the left one
it also helps killing acne (notice difference on the first day),and clears the face up as well
it''s worth it
My dad notice the milia under my eyes and..... We go to the dermatologist and laser it but it didn't help just a few days it come back I hope this helps because the milia under my eyes,nose and on my eyelid
find out why you milia to begin with. then eliminate whats causing it.(eye cream that could be too rich.. high bad chelesterol level.. or meds prescribed for high cholesterol.. hypothyroidism) me is hypothyroidism. i eliminate anything gluten. i lance them myself, i ecfoliate.. i put a dab of salicylic on them. 2 years later i have none
I have be dealing with terrible syringoma over six years. grouping pumps under my eyes.i continuously taking treatment to clear them. the pumps was so embarrass and they somuch wicked to be removed. three weeks ago i found possible natural treatment online from a herbalist, i purchased the natural cleanser online. after i applied it for one week they all cleared off no pumps. I got ride of syringomas with natural herbal cleanser from Dr ejmen Herbal centre. His email email@example.com. Whatsapp contact +2349061828381
I get it if it helps clears milia seeds, that's great but saying it should be used at night not day and dries out the skin in hot climates is totally misleading information and not true... In fact glycerine is one of the best to soften the skin.
Hi I just want to share my tips here. I have severe milia around my eyes and lately I've noticed that they are reduced in numbers. I am so happy because I've been living with milia almost 5++ years. My tips are:
1) exfoliate your face. im using st ives, the green tea one
2) cleanse your face with nice cleanser. im using cleanser from etude house, Baking Powder Pore Cleansing Foam
3) i think this 3rd step is the main factor my milia are almost gone. NATURAL ROSE WATER. I spray the rose water on my face every night before i go to sleep and the next morning my face feel so hydrated. I just started using this natural approach and guess what, my skin problems such as milia and blackhead have reduced gradually.
It started during high school when I always put on bb cream makeup all over my face including eye areas (not having a proper makeup remover also a BAD idea). I think that's the major reason. I even did several skin check ups and the experts also warned me about wearing creamy based makeup product around my eyes.
confused about dosage/mix of glycerine and water. At first video says wash face and apply glycerine, later it says don't use it neat, mix with water ... How much? I see it also warns to use at night and not in a hot climate.... i'm in Australia so i guess that sinks me lol
Tressa Beaumont, use vegetable glycerin, found in any health food store and possibly the pharmacy. I use the Now brand. after washing face, cup your hand and fill it with water. put 3 drops of glycerin in it and spilt it between the other hand quickly. splash on face and rub all over. while skin is wet, take 1 drop of glycerin and rub the affected area. I use this all the time. I had a really bad hormonal breakout, and started using it every night and every day. it's one of the main ingredients in lotions and face creams. it cleared up my skin fast, and keeps it soft and supple. any more than a few drops will make your skin feel a little sticky. sometimes I put a few more than needed at night. doesn't dry skin out.
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