Shh! Anti-agers no one but you needs know about: The best ways to lose those tiny, white spots

In a new column Inge van Lotringen, 46, one of Britain’s most outspoken beauty editors with over 20 years’ experience answers your most pressing anti-ageing questions.


I’ve been a beauty journalist for 20 years and the industry has never been better at producing effective solutions for your beauty woes — particularly when it comes to anti-ageing face and body treatments, the area I will be focusing on in this column.

From thinning hair to knee wrinkles, every week I will be answering your questions on anti-ageing procedures in as frank and honest a way as I can.

I’ve tried a lot of this stuff and, over the years, suffered sores, burns and bruises in the quest for beauty.

So, I know which treatments will actually work and which ones should make you run a mile!

Which brings me back to your milia. The cream might have been useless, but there are several solutions to your problem — good thing, really, as milia are very common and can occur at any age due to build-up of product or cholesterol in the ski

Inge van Lotringen (pictured) recommended having milia removed by a professional

They do eventually disappear thanks to the skin’s natural exfoliation process, but that can take years. So consider having them removed by an experienced and insured aesthetician or doctor. They will lance them with a thin, sterile needle, then push them out — you’ll only feel a little nip. It’s speedy and effective and usually costs from £50.

Dr Vicky Dondos of London’s Medicetics Clinic, in my book one of the UK’s best face-perfectors (her client list is packed with models and A-listers), prefers zapping them with radio-frequency waves, delivered via a needle (from £95).

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