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5.51% of the posts that mention Milia also mention Scars (366 posts)

Milia

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Milium (plural milia), also called a milk spot or an oil seed, is a keratin-filled cyst that can appear just under the Epidermis (skin) or on the roof of the mouth. Milia are commonly associated with newborn infant but can appear on people of all ages. They are usually found ... Read more on Wikipedia
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Scars are areas of fibrous tissue (fibrosis) that replace normal skin after injury. A scar results from the biological process of wound repair in the skin and other biological tissue of the body. Thus, scarring is a natural part of the healing process. With the exception of very minor lesions,... Read more on Wikipedia

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366 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
but those 5 cost me 3500.00. I am thinking of restylane...
...anymore but I have scars on my cheeks. My face is still very very oily and if I could afford to have more treatments I would but those 5 cost me 3500.00. I am thinking of restylane injections...
there shouldn't be any scaring. I heard that using Retin A...
...the amount of scarring with either procedure. If the milia is removed properly, there shouldn't be any scaring. I heard that using Retin A can prevent milia ...dermatologist. I had milia af...
mess with them >.< i did that and they end up scarring...
...but also using retin-a and that's what my derm gave me please don't mess with them >.< i did that and they end up scarring I've been lurking ...end up with milia scarring they disappear...
of having » bloody scabs from this and worry about scar...
...chemical peels? Which chemicals though? I have » sensitive skin that burns when I put certain lotions on and turns red » easily. I get milia on my forehead and around my nose and have to have »...
had both done and they work well for treating ice pick scars...
...Yes I had milia after all of my ...Dermabrasion can make icepick scarring appear worse as the ...to the procedure. I have had both done and they work well for treating ice pick scars. 4. No ...
fordyce spots or milia, and are easily treated with Retin-A...
...YOU DON'T HAVE ACNE SCARS, NOT EVEN ONE. I REMEMBER your pics and you have little bumps under your eyes, which are VERY COMMON, I get them from time to time also. They are either fordyce spots or ...
fall off. But don't overdo it or you might risk scarring
...Retin-A Micro and it is getting rid of them slowly, very slowly. Cetaphil Lotion is water-based. It's really light and the SPF 15 is stable. Also, try Queen Helene's Mint Julep Masque...it dries ...
it unless i really analyze my arms...i tried neutrogena body...
...athlete) anyway, i have a few scars on my arms now, but i don't care and don't notice it unless i really analyze my arms...i tried neutrogena body acne wash on ...they are probably milia and yo...
how many products, potions, etc, I tried. I use Retin...
...any scarring at all. I would call it annoying more than painful, and the most difficult areas were around my nasial folds where it stung like crazy. I'm very glad I had it done as I was told that...
scarring and red marks. Also...does using Vit E straight...
...hope that you don't have milia, ...skin). Try not to squeeze the life out of the deep ones, because you could be damaging the basal layer, which can easily lead to scarring and red marks....
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