Ever notice those tiny white bumps on your face? Don't worry there's a solution. It's a common skin condition that affects most newborns and it usually goes away on its own. However, this could also affect adults. For a healthy, radiant looking skin watch the video!
By Kelsey Miller
It's common for babies to get it because their skin is still unable to exfoliate, therefore dead skin cells get trapped forming hard cysts. It's nothing to worry about.
In adults, having a good skin-care routine always helps, but the best treatment for milia is to DO NOTHING!
Everything you need to know about milia and how to treat is, is explained in the video!