Prev post1 of 3Next Milia, also called milk spots, are little white or yellowish bumps that commonly appear around and under the eyes. They can also appear on the nose, cheeks, forehead and chest. Basically, milia are keratin-filled cysts that are considered unsightly but harmless. They are quite common in newborn babies (often disappear within
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Have you been noticing white, raised bumps on your skin that just don't seem to go away? They're not pimples, they aren't itchy like a rash - so what is it? The most likely answer is milia - or "milk spots", as the condition is most commonly known - which...
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Breast milk storage from a Pampers Swaddlers N diaper box. Fits approximately 12 6oz bags (frozen flat) and has a handy spot to freeze bags on top. Why pay $30 for one that only holds 10 bags when you can make one from a box you have anyway and are going to throw out?