Fat bumps under your eyes are also called milia and usually occur in the eyes, but you can see it on nose, cheek, forehead or chest. Find out why and how you can get rid of them.
Fat bags appear when keratin blocks under the skin and can affect people of any age, including new-born babies. Among the most common causes are certain skin diseases, burns, cosmetic procedures such as dermabrasion, the use of steroid creams or prolonged exposure to the sun. Fat bags look like small bumps, white or yellow, which does not cause itching or pain.