I assume you refer to a skin condition called Milia. Small skin bumps (usually on the forehead) which don't come to a head. They are a severe pain to get rid of. Sometimes you need to have them surgically removed. However, I've noticed that using friction (rubbing gently but enough to remove the dead skin on the surface), steam, and apple cider vinegar, milia can go away. It just takes a lot of effort. And it can come back too. That's the worst part. When I have some free time, I put moisturizer on my forehead, let it absorb, and then gently (with my fingers) rub in circular motions that will usually reduce the milia. The moisturizer keeps it from drying out and becoming irritated. This is basically exfoliation at its most simple. Then, at night, I steam my face with a hot wash cloth (though not hot enough to scald my hands) and follow it up with a cotton swab dipped in apple cider vinegar. A few days of this and my milia is virtually gone. I hope this helps!