In some periods, especially in the summer months, we encounter white spots on our face. They can develop when keratin and other components of dead skin cells in the upper part of the skin become trapped under the skin’s surface. These spots can be seen in almost everyone, women, men and children.
The cause of these spots, called milia, is due to many reasons, such as irritating face creams, frequent use of chemical products or exposure to the sun for a long time. So what is the treatment for these spots?
How to Get Rid of Whiteheads?
Milia usually heal on their own within a few weeks without the need for treatment. Doctors recommend not to squeeze these white dots on the skin. It is recommended to use a good sunscreen and exfoliate the skin. If these white spots on your skin do not heal after a long time, you can get rid of them with a few applications at home.
– First of all, the hygiene of your skin and eye area is extremely important.
-Boil a small potato and mash it into a puree. Apply the puree you have prepared on the blisters and rinse after 10 minutes.
– Chamomile tea will soften and disappear these glands. Brew the chamomile tea and then clean your skin by dripping it on a cotton ball just like applying a tonic to your skin. You can repeat 2-3 times a week.