12 Home Remedies for White fat bumps (Milia) Page 1

 Milia Are NOT Pimples  ! Unlike pimples or acne, milia are rather firm, and squeezing has little to no impact on them.Also unlike acne, the...

 Milia Are NOT Pimples ! Unlike pimples or acne, milia are rather firm, and squeezing has little to no impact on them.Also unlike acne, these bumps can show up around
the eyes and on parts of the face where there aren’t active oil glands.Milia also don’t have the pain associated with acne when a pimple forms and then becomes inflamed and sore.
Milia are hard, white, keratin-filled cysts that form just under the skin. They typically occur when dead skin becomes trapped just under its surface .
Though milia aren’t harmful in any way, getting rid of them can be tough. There is a right way and a wrong way to remove them, and the wrong way can damage your skin. So let’s see 12 of the most useful home remedies for this annoying white fat bumps !!

12 Home Remedies for White fat bumps (Milia)
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  • Lemon
The citric acid in lemon helps open the pores and dries the excess oil. You can rub a lemon slice gently on your face.
Moreover, squeeze a lemon and add a pinch of salt to it. Soak a cotton ball in it and dab on milia prone skin. Leave it for 20 minutes. Then, rinse the face with warm water.
  • Potatoes 
Peel the potato and grate it. Now, massage with this grated potato on your face and wash off after 20 minutes. Moreover, you can also rub its slices on your face.
  • Rice Scrub
Soak some rice in milk for about 4 to 5 hours. Then, grind them in a blender to form a paste. Apply it on your face and scrub gently. It will surely give the effective results.

  • Honey
Honey retains moisture and avoids dryness with its antioxidant and humectants properties.  You can simply apply raw honey on your face. For obtaining the best results, use it on a daily basis. It will certainly do wonders when combined with some other ingredients.
You can mix one tablespoon of jojoba oil with two tablespoons of honey. Spread it on your face and keep it on for 15 to 20 minutes. Repeat this three to four times a week.
  • Castor Oil
Since castor oil is antibacterial in nature, it can heal several skin problems. It also helps control production of excess oil. Apply ½ teaspoon of castor oil and gently massage in a circular motion. Leave it until it gets absorbed into the skin.
You can also use a mixture of castor oil and olive oil in an equal proportion.
Alternatively, you can make a paste of castor oil and baking soda. Apply it on the affected area. Wash it off after 30 minutes.
  • Clay Mask
Clay mask removes the dead cells and helps reduce white spots. Besides, it soothes the skin, takes away blemishes and gives you a glowing look. Continue Reading  >> Page 2


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