Milia Tag Removal Wolverhampton

Treatment Time

30 Minutes

Recommended Sessions


Return to Work

Within 24 Hours

Comfort Level

Slight Stinging Sensation

Milia Removal Specialists in Wolverhampton

Are you bothered by those tiny, stubborn white bumps on your skin? Eterno Skin Clinic are milia removal expert based in Wolverhampton, and we take the time to understand your concerns. We can address your milia concerns, leaving your skin smooth and clear.

What are Milia?

Milia are tiny, white or yellowish bumps that often show up on the skin. They are small cysts filled with keratin, a protein in the skin. Milia are commonly found on the face, especially around the eyes, cheeks, and nose, but can also appear elsewhere. While they are usually harmless and don’t cause pain, some individuals may choose to have them removed for cosmetic purposes.

Milia Removal Treatment Process

Our milia removal procedure is safe, non-surgical, and easy. It can boost confidence for those feeling self-conscious. We use the ACCOR Plasma Pen, which emits an electrical arc to safely remove milia without touching the skin directly. This process is precise and comfortable, reducing the risk of scarring. Depending on some milia formations however, extractions may be a better option. The correct procedure will be discussed at a consultation prior to an appointment. 

The treatment typically lasts around 30 minutes, depending on the number of milia being removed. We apply a numbing cream, so you may only feel a mild heat sensation. You can return to your regular activities, including work, on the same day. Often, one treatment is all that is needed for successful removal.

After Milia Removal

Make sure to keep the area clean and dry. Avoid activities like swimming, saunas, and direct sun exposure during this time. Our team at Eterno Skin Clinic will give you all the information you need for proper healing and minimal scarring.


Product UsedDevice UsedPrices
Clinisept Accor Plasma Pen / Disposable Nib From £125


  • What are milia?
  • Milia are small, white or yellowish bumps that commonly appear on the skin, usually on the face, nose, cheeks, and around the eyes. They occur when dead skin cells become trapped near the skin’s surface, forming small cysts.

  • Can I remove milia myself?
  • Attempting to remove milia at home can lead to infection or scarring. It’s best to seek professional help from a milia removal specialist to ensure safe and effective treatment.

  • What are the different types of milia?
  • Milia can be categorised into primary and secondary types, based on their causes. Primary milia develop spontaneously, while secondary milia result from skin trauma or certain skin conditions.

  • Does milia removal hurt?
  • Milia removal procedures are typically quick and relatively painless. Some patients may experience minor discomfort or a stinging sensation, but numbing creams can be applied to minimise discomfort.

  • Can milia recur after removal?
  • While milia can be effectively removed, new milia may develop over time, especially if the underlying causes are not addressed. However, proper skin care habits can help prevent recurrence.

  • Can milia be prevented?
  • Maintaining good skin care habits, such as gentle cleansing, regular exfoliation, and avoiding heavy or comedogenic skin care products, can help reduce the risk of developing milia. Also, protecting the skin from excessive sun exposure may help prevent milia from forming.

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