Those hard white bumps that just won’t go, no matter how hard you pull out?
Often tiny and sometimes irritating, milia can grow anywhere under the skin, but most of us tend to confuse them for patches of acne or even tags on the skin.
Here are so many simple ways to stop milia from increasing their heads and some seriously effective milia removal methods.
Smooth, glowing skin, here we are coming.
Clean and exfoliate the skin
- Cinnamon Powder
- Raw Honey
- Take a bowl and mix 1 tablespoon of raw organic honey with 1/2 tablespoon of freshly ground cinnamon powder and a pinch of fine sugar.
- Mix both the ingredients well to make a fine smooth paste.
- Using a brush or your fingers, apply this evenly over your face.
- Once applied start scrubbing gently in small circular motions and wash off with cold water after 7 to 8 minutes.
- Then apply your moisturizer.
Among the many other advantages, cinnamon has excellent antioxidant effects on the skin.
Cinnamon has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and anti-cancer properties by using its cinnamaldehyde, eugenol, and trans cinnamaldehyde.
These raise the skin oil and, subsequently, the development of acne and tiny bumps.
If combined with other ingredients, cinnamon as a face mask also tends to may the white and blackheads.
Cinnamon and honey have developed patented antimicrobials.
Together they make a mixture of killers to eliminate pimples, wrinkles, and tiny bumps.
- 1 medium to a large-sized glass bowl
- 1 bath towel
- 1 tbsp dried rose petals
- 1 tbsp mint leaves
- 1 tbsp neem leaves
- 2 tbsp lemon juice
- Find a comfortable sitting area, and possibly a dining table or kitchen table.
- Hold your hair back to ensure it stays away from your face.
- Clean your face with a natural exfoliating agent.
- Rinse face with some lukewarm water.
- Pour 4 cups of hot water into a medium to a large bowl.
- Add all the dried herbs and the other ingredients into the bowl.
- Lean over the water bowl, hold your face from the water bowl for about 8 inches, and drape a towel over your head to build a tent.
- By raising or lowering your head above water you can regulate the heat.
- Steam the mask for 10 minutes or until the vapor is cooled down.
- Rinse your face with lukewarm water and finish off with your favorite moisturizer and serum.
- Start with the toner, serum, and moisturizer if you want to make a home spa facial.
- Using upward strokes while applying the moisturizer, gently massage your forehead, cheeks, and neck.
- Brew a fresh cup of green tea, then let it cool down for a few minutes.
- When the tea cools down, the aloe vera gel can be mixed in equal quantities and a paste made.
- Take a bowl and add 1 tablespoon of aloe vera gel and add 1 tablespoon of green tea to make a mask.
- Now clean your face and apply this mask on your face and let it dry.
- You can leave it on for about 15-20 minutes at max.
- And wash your face with some normal water and follow your skincare routine.
While aloe vera itself is a powerful plant and can do skin wonders, adding green tea can make it even more powerful.
Green tea contains a high amount of antioxidants that combat free radicals that destroy your skin.
It has antiseptic properties that kill germs that cause acne and pimples tiny bumps and keep your skin beautiful and safe.
High levels of antioxidants as well as vitamin C, E, and beta-carotene provide aloe vera with nourishing and anti-aging properties of the skin.
Aloe vera can moisturize your skin without making it oily.
Aloe vera is also very effective in the treatment of sunburn, stretch marks, and tan.
No wonder why it is used for almost every skincare product.
But instead of wasting bucks on aloe vera related items, why not adopt the Aloe Vera Natural Skin Care Routine.