This can be milia, which are benign, keratin-filled cysts. Secondary milia are found anywhere on the body at the sites affected by the predisposing condition. They arise following blistering or trauma due to disruption of the sweat ducts. See the pictures for the comparison and reading out in this resource;
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They can be safely left alone. But if you are worried just because of looks / cosmetic concerns, consult a dermatologist / PCP, who would pop it off with a cutting edge needle. Topical ointments are not effective.