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Affecting both men and women alike, especially those who are middle-aged or older, sebaceous hyperplasia is a benign condition affecting the facial oil glands.
There are several treatments we regularly prescribe to clients with sebaceous hyperplasia, depending on the severity of the condition.
Sebaceous hyperplasia is an enlargement of the skin oil glands (sebaceous glands) causing benign small bumps. These harmless bumps often appear soft, yellowish with a cauliflower-like or doughnut-shaped appearance ranging in size from 2 to 3mm. They usually appear on the forehead and cheeks, where oil glands are plentiful. While it is not a painful condition, lumps may be irritated by shaving, glasses or clothing.
Sebaceous hyperplasia tends to be more common if you have:
A Facial Imaging Skin Assessment is an essential first step in your skin correction journey. That’s why we offer a complimentary skin consultation with your first skin treatment.