Are you annoyed and small, white, subcutaneous pimples, which in dermatology are called milia and occur mainly around the eyes and nose? That’s why we bring you some solutions that you can apply in private.
Milia, in adults, occur for various reasons. Due to excessive sun exposure, use inadequate cosmetics or because of some skin diseases. These pimples are actually lumps of keratin, a protein that builds up the surface layer of the skin. Unlike blackheads ( open comedones) and whiteheads ( closed comedones), milia do not develop into acne lesions.
They are very persistent and difficult to remove because it is mostly found in the very sensitive areas of the skin around the eyes, their removal can be quite painful. Solutions that we will describe here are not painful, but the second one will probably be unacceptable to most.
The first magic cure you are unable to make a very easy, and most of the ingredients you probably already have at home.
You will need:
Sugar, lemon juice, local honey, castor oil, tea tree oil, cornstarch, vinegar, and fenugreek leaves.
Mix one teaspoon of each ingredient and the product is ready. Lubricate the locations of the pimples and let sit for ten minutes, and then take the draft and start rubbing. Ingredients should soften the skin, and corn starch and gauze should be easy to chip away pimples.
Another recipe that most experience as something too badly, but those who have tried, say it is incredibly effective. It is a slimy snail. Watch the video and everything will be clear.