Milia Removal

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Milia Removal

CelebrateYourBEAUTY

In general, milia seeds are made up of dead skin cells and trapped sebum underneath the skin. These white beads are commonly found in clusters around the nose, eyes and upper cheeks facial region.

The Milia Seeds Removal treatment can safely eliminate the seed oil and other oil clog problems in a non-invasive method. Further, unclogging the pores to reduce the accumulation of dead skin cells and trapped sebum. The results are immediate. Thus, the healing process will begin to reveal a new clearer and smoother skin.

Benefits

  • Safe and non-invasive
  • Diminishes seed oil and white beads
  • Flatten skin bumps
  • Decreases pore size
  • Brightens skin tone and improves texture
  • Stimulates cell renewal
  • Regulates oily skin
  • Leaves skin radiant

The Milia Seeds Removal treatment is done by a qualified medical practitioner who uses an ablative C02 to remove the unsightly milia seeds. During the Milia Seeds Removal procedure, the C02 laser is able to seal the blood vessel and disintegrate the dead skin cells, sebums and seed oil. The treatment also further stimulates the growth of collagen. Thus, resulting in a clearer, more radiant and smoother complexion.

Targets:

  • Milia Seeds and oil clogs
  • Uneven skin bumps
  • Oil and congestion
  • Recommended Treatment: Once each month for brilliant results

The treatment is non-invasive, safe and fast. Utilising the C02 laser to remove the milia seeds is less likely to cause any scarring compared to other forms of milia seeds removal treatment.

After the Milia Seeds Removal treatment, some scabs may form, and it would generally take around 5-7 days for the scabs to fall off naturally. Hence, it is important not to pick on the existing scabs and apply adequate sunblock post-treatment.

This treatment is suitable for all skin types.

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AFTER

Milia Removal

After 6 Sessions

Any before and after photographs shown on this site are only used with explicit permission from our customers. Individual results differ.

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