White Bumps On Face

Small white bumps on the face are usually due to a condition called milia. They are commonly seen in infants but can affect people of all ages. Cleaning the skin properly, hot shower to open pores, exfoliating your skin, sunscreens, and topical Retinoids can help in the treatment.

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I have bumps on my nose and chin, but there are no pus or pores. What are those?

Query: Hi doctor, I have bumps on my nose and chin. I believe that as pimples but I am not sure. They do not contain any pus or pores because nothing squeezes out.  Read Full »


Dr. Philile Donna Hlengwa

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. The history that you have given and the picture (attachment removed to protect patient identity) that you supplied makes me inclined to believe that these are what we call closed comedones. Pimples are often referred to as open comedones. Closed comedones occur when cel...  Read Full »

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