Milia are very small, raised, pearly-white or yellowish bumps on the skin. They are most often seen on the skin around the cheeks, nose, eyes and eyelids, forehead and chest. However, they can occur anywhere on the body. Milia are very common in new born babies but can affect people of any age.
Milia are harmless and, in most cases, they will eventually clear by themselves. In babies, they clear after a few weeks. However, in some people, Milia can persist for months or sometimes longer. Secondary Milia is sometimes permanent.
Because they normally clear by themselves, milia do not usually need any treatment. However, some people find milia unsightly and so opt for treatment.
Milia may be removed using our Thermavein treatment, the process is safe, quick and effective. The process is Veinwave’s flagship treatment and makes other options simply incomparable.
Our objective is to simply provide the most effective solutions for various skin conditions and complaints including the most challenging. We match the best of what current technology and industry advancements has to offer with these issue to provide our service.
|Risk of Scarring;||None||High||Low||Medium||High|
|Typical Results||Instant||6-8 Weeks||Up to 6 Months||Unsatisfactory||Unsatisfactory|
|Risk of Burns||None||High||High||None||High|
|Estimate Pain Level||Minimal||Potentially High||High||High||High|
|Likelihood of Recurrence||None||Unlikely||Highly Likely||Highly Likely||Highly Likely|
|Average Treatments Required||1||3+||5+||1||2+|