Medical treatment is not recommended for milia, as they are usually harmless and clear up on their own within several weeks or months, according to Mayo Clinic. It is important that parents do not scrub or pinch milia on newborns, as they may become infected or irritated.Continue Reading
To keep a baby's skin healthy, parents should wash the baby's face every day using a mild baby soap and warm water, recommends Mayo Clinic. Parents should gently pat the baby's face dry and avoid applying lotions or oils.
Babies who are younger than a few months should be seen by a pediatrician immediately if milia are accompanied by symptoms such as cough, lethargy, fever or poor feeding, notes WebMD.Learn more about Skin Conditions