Exfoliate Milia Away In Just 2-3 Weeks AT-Home!

Noticing white little bumps on your skin lately? We’ve got you!

How to get rid of milia at home fast - house of beauty's milia serum and face scrub for milia removal

 

Having a close look at those concave mirrors magnifying every teeny-tiny impurity on our skin always creates a haphazard and leaves us frantically looking for skincare solutions. Be it blackheads, whiteheads, indentations, bumps or open pores, noticing them demands a corrective action. Upon scavenging those impurities, have you ever come across those raised white bumps clustered in specific parts of your face? Those tiny white lumps that appear just under our skin are called milium or milia. Milium can occur as small lumps under our eyes, on our chin, on our nose and on our cheeks. It is a highly common issue among people from all age groups - children, teenagers, young adults, adults and old-aged people and can be caused by different reasons, especially ageing and genetic predisposition.



The Cause: 


Our skin dwells multitudinous bacteria and dead skin cells. With neglected scrubbing and exfoliation, these dead skin cells accumulate in the pores right under the skin, forming cysts. These cysts appear in the form of white-ish bumps on the skin forming Milia. When our body does not scrub off the dead skin cells naturally, it prompts a weekly exfoliation routine - to slough away the dead skin cells from inhabiting the skin’s surface and clogging the pores. Hence, the necessity of using a Face Scrub. 

 

How to get rid of milia at home fast - house of beauty's milia serum and face scrub for milia removal

Wonder how to get rid of Milia?

Now that we recognise those white bumps and what causes them, let us tell you the right way to drive milia away! In order to effectively get rid of milia, it becomes necessary to first dry it out and then get rid of the bacteria residing on the skin. Super ingredients like Azelaic Acid, Niacinamide and Salicylic Acid aim at drying out the milia effectively without affecting the skin’s texture. It further aids any marks or skin discolouration while increasing the skin cells turnover. These potent ingredients also enhance the skin’s texture, leaving you with a firm and hydrated skin. Want to know where you can find your ‘holy grail’ product with these magical ingredients without digging a hole in your pocket?


House of Beauty’s Milia Serum is your saviour! This carefully curated serum is a combination of Azelaic Acid, Salicylic Acid and Niacinamide which are highly effective in fighting Milia while removing the bumps completely. The cherry on the top is that it is a 100% natural and safe product and suits sensitive and acne prone skin as well. Being free from harmful chemicals, parabens and sulphate, it sheds the dead skin cells away and makes way for a milia-free healthy skin while preventing further milia breakout. 


Are you worried these drying ingredients might leave your skin flaky and dehydrated? The serum accompanies Hyaluronic acid as well which acts as the moisturising agent and provides hydration to the skin.

How to get rid of milia at home fast - house of beauty's milia serum and face scrub for milia removal

 

House of Beauty’s Face Scrub is what completes this duo. Enriched with Kojic Acid and Green Tea Extracts, it caters to the root cause of Milia - accumulation of dead skin cells and removes it completely. Rich in antioxidants and vitamins, it makes the elimination process enriching by nourishing your skin as well. Moreover, both these products are non-comedogenic and won’t clog your pores.



Steps to treat Milia At-Home FAST-

  • Use the Milia Serum on the affected area both morning and evening for 2-3 weeks. You can follow it up with your regular skincare routine.
  • Exfoliate your face with the Face Scrub once a week in a circular manner to scrub off the milia 
  • You will notice how the Milia would fall of like a scab

 

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