White bumps under eyes milia

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I have hundreds of little white bumps under my eyes. What are they? Where do they come from? How can I get rid of them?
Ok i have been having these white small bumps (looks like pimples) under my eyes for many years now. There are so many of them like hundreds but they are so small that u have to really get close to the mirror to see it and these are just under my eyes. I wanted to know what causes these? is there a cure for it? my sisters seem to have it too so could be genetics? i want to know if there is a way to treat and get rid of these tiny white pimple like stuff.
Hello, I am a 13 year old girl and I've noticed for a while now that I have darks circles (almost like bags under eyes but not as noticeable) with some white bumps on them. They look a bit like white heads but not as big. I have searched them up and found Milia but I doubt that it is because milia appears in the owners of the eyes and places where I do not have them. The white bumps on my eyes can not be popped and appear on my lower eyelid. It appears on my eyelid and is closer to my nose.
skin under my eyes, I can see clusters of small yellow/white spots that seem to be under the skin. Any idea what they may be. My eyelids are a bit itchy as well.
For the past few weeks, I have started to notice small white bumps on my chin. There are several and appear to have puss in them, however they are difficult to pop and when I do, there just seems to be more of them the next day. I have been exfoliating and have been using the same products.
http://www.askmehelpdesk.com/skin-care/what-these-bumps-under-around-eyes-how-do-get-rid-them-milia-226858.html can anyone tell me how to get rid of these things? they have recently started showing up and i dont know why. I have rather light skin and live in cold weather and havent seen much sun lately so would that have anything to do with it? SOMEONE PLEASE HELP!
Hello, These small bumps under the eyes can be due to milia. They are white pimples that occur mostly on the upper cheeks, nose and chin. The best way to prevent milia is to avoid treating your skin with excessively harsh chemicals and to limit sun exposure.Also use good quality cosmetics and exfoliate your skin regularly. If still the symptoms persist then chemical peeling or laser removal can be done.
I have red, pimple-like with white heads bumps under my eyes. I have seen 2 eye doctors and 2 dermatologists and I was under the close supervision of a plastic surgeon for another problem (a basal cell carcinoma reconstruction). None of them was able to diagnose this problem. I tried all the antibiotics, eye and lid cleaners, drops, dry eye products (all the samples they had...) etc. but nothing helped. The warm patches work for awhile but the pimples always come back.
I am 23 years old and for the past few years I have noticed white bumps below both eyes. I can't seem to get them to go away and I wanted to clear up a myth. Someone told me that is a sign of heart diease which is a concern since I am already diabetic. Which as you know that already puts me at a large risk but please jusy set the record striaght thank, you! This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/241140'>Under eye skin bumps</a>.
I have tiny white bumps under both my eyes (in the same region where you would get bags under your eyes). What is this and could I do anything to get rid of them?
Google milia and syringoma. I have those under my eyes, and according to my dermatologist they can be removed with lasers, but they tend to come back. Haven't done it yet, but probably will when I can afford it, as it's not covered by insurance.
For the past 8 months or so I have had a set of tiny painless white bumps that stay the exact same size on my face roughly an inch below my eyes and under my lips. Occasionally I get a new one that pops up but it's the same situation, they are jsut the size that I notice them at. They don't produce any fluid and they don't itch. I can't think of anything out of the ordinary that I've done. My wife hasn't gotten them that we can tell. Any ideas?
(or can I?) They are not necessarily area specific, but seem to mostly be under the eyes and in the cheek area's.
Milia, also known as milk spots are pearl-like whiteheads (may look like small grains of sand). They occur across the upper cheeks, under eyes, nose or chin and sometimes on the genitalia. They are benign, keratin-filled cysts seen in people of all ages. Milia are formed directly from sloughed-off skin and usually found on the faces of infants and adults. They can result from use of harsh cosmetics or heat stress from sunlight or hot showers.
Hello. I have white bumps that really look like chicken skin on the inside corners, below my eyes, and just by my nose under each eye. They are in the sort of loose fleshy part. I use oil to remove my eye makeup and am wondering if this might be clogged pores like millia and how I might get rid of them because they are getting more and more with each year. Thank you.
My acne goes away but the tiny bumps doesn't. The bumps are on my nose, forehead, under my eyes its around the nose area and my chin my faces is always oily so its not scaly either can this be cured?
If these bumps are light colored they are most likely milia. Milia occur under the skin when the bacteria and pus that usually helps push out the bacteria from the pore (white head) becomes dried and solid. They can be annoying and look strange. They occur most often under the eyes, but can occur anywhere on the skin. I suggest a trip to the esthetician for a facial. She can help you to determine what to do to solve this problem.
//www.askmehelpdesk.com/skin-care/what-these-bumps-under-around-eyes-how-do-get-rid-them-milia-226858.html he is the other his pic looks just like my eyes..i researched alittle more and discovered something that could MAYBE afterawhile cure it but could atleast for now hide it..i hate concealer btw so i refuse to cake my face plus i live in east texas and it just melts off... so i hate to say i know what can ease ur suffering BUT it will cost you a trip to the store and 23.
Fordyce's spots, on the other hand, are small, painless, raised, pale or white spots or bumps that may also be found on the genitals and also in the face the border of the lips. If it persists, have this evaluated by a dermatologist for proper management. Direct clinical examination is essential in determining the diagnosis. Take care and regards.
I have have many, many tiny little bumps on both my cheek bones and my nose just under my eyes. I want to know what exactly these things are. There seem to be about a hundred or more of them. They do not hurt. They do not feel hard. I've had them for about 14 years now. They are not pimples. They are not milia. They are not blackheads. They are not whiteheads ( or I assume not since all my white heads go away and, or pop ) I will attach a picture of them.
Today however I am interested in one thing in perticular and that is a dotty or patchy texture under my eyes overlaying dark circles. I have found a picture someone took which looks very similar to my own which you can examine @ http://yfrog.com/6euezs0j . Is this from sun damage and is there anything at home I can do to treat it? If not what can be done at a derm office?
HI, Can you elaborate on the bumps? If it looks like white heads, these could be milia which presents as keratin-filled cysts that can appear just under the epidermis around the nose and eyes. This may result from harsh facial washes or from sensitive skin. n children milia often disappears within two to four weeks. If it persists, have this evaluated further for proper management. Take care and regards.
They are white but not usually as hard as sand. Usually occur under the thin skin under the eyes. They come out easily if they are new. Just poke a hole and scoop it out with the needle. Older ones become attached and u have to dig them out by cutting behind them with the side of the needle tip. Hope this helps.
My skin is quite clear on my face except in certain areas. In the small area under my eyes, where eye bags would be, I have these tiny bumps or what lookes like Small pimples but they aren't. I've had them for years now and at first I thought they could be pimples but when I tried to pop them nothing came out, and the skin didn't break, it just turned red. I have them in other areas like around my jaw line, on my neck, and some on my arms as well.
I first had a reaction about a month ago. Small, clear bumps that itch like crasy on my fingers and palm. They are very uncomfortable and I, like a lot others, tried to pop them hoping for some relief. This only made the areas sore. The bumps started on my middle finger under a cheap "gold" fashion ring that I had been wearing before spreading to the others and my palm.
Of course after washing and messing with them, they always open into a sore and there they are... the white things The sores will not heal until all the white things are pulled out (usually with tweezers). When I finally went to the dermatoligists and told her this she looked at me like I was crazy. She could not tell me what they are and how to get rid of them. This last time I was sick when I broke up in several on the neck, face, & chest.
I have bumps under both eyes on the eyelids. There are close to 100 of them and they are very small (<1mm) and smooth to the touch and slightly off-white in color. What are these and how can I treat them? Please see a photo here: http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/6133/eyeseb2.jpg Thank you.
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