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Your Trusted Milia Removal Clinic in London
Milia, also known as milk spots, are whitish or flesh-coloured bumps which appear on the surface of the skin, often around the eyes, nose and mouth. They can take months or even years to disappear by themselves, but at sk:n, we are able to safely and effectively remove milia altogether, leaving you with smooth, clear skin. Get your milia assessed by our team in London to find out how we can help you.
The sk:n London Medical Team
sk:n is home to more consultant dermatologists, doctors, plastic surgeons, nurses and therapists, than any other UK dermatology service provider.
The sk:n team in London will ensure that your visit to the clinic is truly worthwhile: at sk:n we are passionate about helping you discover better skin.
So, whether you suffer from acne, unwanted facial hair, regret an old tattoo, or simply just want to freshen up your complexion – we have the most effective treatments on the market to help you achieve the results you long for.
Milia Removal in London Harley Street
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Administered by a Qualified Doctor or Nurse
Procedure follows strict medical protocols
Performed in a safe and medical environment
Flexible appointments including evenings & weekends
Are Milia Contagious?
Milia are not contagious so cannot be spread from person to person.
Are Milia Genetic?
There is no known genetic link with milia and the condition is not thought to be hereditary.
Can I Remove Milia Myself?
Removing milia yourself is not recommended; to avoid infection, the treatment should be carried out in a safe clinical environment with sterile equipment. Removing milia from around the eyes yourself can be dangerous and should only be carried out by a qualified practitioner. Going to a regulated and qualified dermatologist is the best way to remove milia safely and effectively.
Does Milia Removal Hurt?
The removal of milia is virtually painless and there is no need to apply a numbing cream before the procedure. Most of our patients describe it as a small scratch and removal by Hyrefactor can be uncomfortable but the short procedure time means it’s very manageable.
Is Milia Removal Safe?
Milia removal is completely safe if performed correctly and by trained skincare experts at sk:n.
Is There Any Downtime After Milia Removal?
There may be some slight redness to the treated area immediately following the milia removal procedure, however this subsides within a matter of hours and benefits of treatment can be noticed instantly.
Can exfoliating treatments help to reduce white spots under the eyes?
Exfoliating treatments can also help, for example skin peels and microdermabrasion can remove the top layer of skin and so will help to remove the white spots under your eyes. You may also want to try a salicylic cleansing product which could also be very effective. Often if the Milia is superficial, so this could help to push out some of the debris.
Can skincare products cause or worsen white spots under the eyes?
If you do have Milia particularly around the eye area, it could be something to do with the skincare products you are using. The skin around the eye is much thinner than on the face, so when eye creams are thick and heavy they can block pored and trap dead skin cells. So make sure you invest in a good quality, light eye cream. Another cause could be sun damage or an allergic reaction to harsh facial products.
How can I reduce the white spots under my eyes?
Ensure you have a good skincare routine can help reduce white spots under your eyes, which should involve good quality products, regular exfoliation and wearing high factor sun protection.
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2 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PA
We are located at the southern end of Harley Street on the corner of Cavendish Square Gardens. Oxford Circus station is approximately a 5 minute walk from the clinic. Access to the clinic is via the ground floor entrance and the clinic is located on the third floor, via stairs or a lift.