They appear out of nowhere: a slew of tiny and painless — albeit, nonetheless, pesky — white bumps. They're minuscule, almost undetectable even, but you figure you'll try to pop them anyway because textured skin isn't what you're going for. It's a totally unexplainable popping fail, so naturally you begin to wonder what the deal is. The deal, my dear friends who have experienced the aforementioned sitch, is known as milia , which, in short, are cysts made of keratin, says New York City-based dermatologist Shari Marchbein. She explains that keratin is a protein in the outermost skin layer called the stratum corneum, which forms your hair, nails, and skin.
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Keratosis pilaris is a common skin condition in which individual hair follicles get plugged, causing small bumps. The bumps look and feel like "goose bumps" or chicken skin. It usually appears on the upper arms and legs. When it appears on the face it can be mistaken for acne.
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Milia are common, normal skin findings that look like tiny white bumps, usually on the face. They can occur in people of all ages but are most common in newborn babies, where they appear on and around the nose. In teens and adults, they are commonly found on the cheeks and around the eyes. Milia are formed when the top layer of skin does not shed normally but instead becomes trapped in a tiny pocket on the surface of the skin.