Milia , those pearly bumps that are sometimes called whiteheads, are very common non-inflamed blemishes. Even if you aren't prone to inflammatory acne , you can still develop milia. Honestly, there's generally no medical reason to treat milia. If they aren't really bothering you, no need to worry about them. You can just leave them be. Still, most people are annoyed by them enough to want to get rid of milia. If you're done with those pesky white bumps and want them gone, there are things you can do to treat milia.
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Sarah Mia said: SAM PEPPER DELETED HIS SHIT. Often mistaken for whiteheads, milia are actually keratin-filled cysts that form just under the skin, looking like white or yellowish bumps on the surface. Milia treatment for adults.