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My baby has white bumps on his nose.
I gave birth to my first child a month ago, and he seems to have a lot of white bumps on his nose. What can I do to make them disappear? Thanks for your help, Louison
The little white bumps on your baby are called milia, and they often are found on nostrils, the chin, the upper cheeks and forehead.
These bumps are tiny cysts that form with the accumulation of dead cells and fat. They will disappear on their own without treatment, and you shouldn’t try to pop them! 😊
This isn’t serious, so don’t worry.
Congratulations on your new baby!
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