Fenugreek leaf maskMilia, more commonly known as milk spots, are those pesky white raised bumps that usually appear around the eye and nose area. They are often confused with white-heads but are not the same thing. White-heads are a result of a spot, where infection (pus) gathers beneath the skin and eventually erupts on the face.
These spots are produced when dirt gets clogged in the epidermis and we're all prone to these breakouts. Milk spots are the result of an overproduction of natural sebum (oil) under the skin. It has nowhere to go and so forms a permanent blemish on the skin. Fenugreek leaves come from the Near East and are primarily used as a cooking herb but they also have disinfectant and antioxidant components, making them an ideal base for a facial mask. Simply pulp some leaves with water to form a thick paste and apply to the milk spots. Leave for fifteen minutes and then rinse clean.
Honey heavenMilk spots can be unsightly for some, even though they don't cause any harm or produce any symptoms. Many people try to remove them by squeezing them, but because they are not actual pimples, this will only result in scarring.
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