Milia (or grutum) are small keratin-filled cysts that appear on the epidermis and look like whiteheads that won’t go away. Mostly seen in babies, they can develop in adults after an injury or rash on the skin. They can also develop on areas with long-term sun damage.
Other than being sensible with your sun intake and caring for injured or blistered skin effectively, there is no real preventative measure for milia. Some people are more genetically predisposed than others. However, milia can be treated effectively.
Apply a small amount of INSTANT LIBERATION onto the affected areas before going to bed, and leave to act overnight