Milia seeds can occur in people of all ages, race and either of sex. Also known as oil seeds, milia seeds are bumps that are filled when keratin becomes entrapped beneath the outer layer of the skin. Milia seeds can develop around areas of the nose, cheeks and eyes – forming a tiny cyst, causing rough and uneven skin textures.
Milia seeds can be caused by:
- Hormonal changes
- Blistering injuries / skin conditions
- Long-term sun damage
- Long-term use of steroid creams
A mole is a dark, raised spot on the skin, comprising of skin cells that have grown in a cluster rather than individually. Also known as melanocytes, these cells are distributed throughout one’s skin and are responsible for producing melanin, the natural pigment that gives our skin its colour.
Moles can come from frequent sun exposure, or it can be inherited genetically. Furthermore, moles can also come and go with hormonal changes, such as ageing, pregnancy or puberty. Moles can occur anywhere on the skin, including the scalp, ears, eyelids, lips, arms, soles and genitals.
- Fuss-free removal of mole / milia seeds using state-of-the-art machinery and skillful techniques
- Smoothens surface of the skin
- Brightens skin complexion