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Homoeopathic Medicine For Milia
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Homoeopathic Medicine For Milia

Milia is a skin complaint , called a milk spot or an oil seed is a clog  by the eccrine sweat gland.

Milia are the small white bumps that form on the face and any area of the body when dead skin cells get trapped under the skin, often go to away on their own in a few weeks or months.

Milia appear usually on eyelids, nose, cheeks, chin.

Milia are caused when keratin becomes trapped beneath the surface of the skin.

Milia are generally caused either by previous skin trauma in the area or by a lipid deficiency in the skin cells at the basal layer which cause the skin cell to form crystallised lipids instead of smooth ones and these crystals appear as Milia.

The bumps themselves are also called milia and individual bumps are called milium.

It is commonly associated with the newborn buy may appear on people of any age.

Milia are benign and transient subepidermal keratin cyst.

The classification of milia includes primary and secondary.

Primary milia


Nodular group milia

Multiple eruptive milia

Milia an plague

Secondary milia

Associated with disease



Congenital milia lesions occur spontaneously.

They consist of white to yellow papules less than 3 mm in diameter.

Milia vary from solitary to multiple grouped lesions.

The vast majority of primary milia accounts for congenital milia that occur spontaneously and are present at birth.

Homoeopathic Medicine For Milia

  1. Thuja 
  2. Causticum
  3. Antium  crud
  4. Staphy

The selection of homoeopathic remedies based on symptom similarities and doses according to the Susceptibility of patient.

Don't take homoeopathic medicine without any prescription / without any advise of physician.


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