hyperplasia is a common, skin condition of sebaceous glands or enlargements of sebaceous
glands in the skin.
They occur principally in middle aged and older adults.
Lesions can be single or multiple and present as slightly white, flesh or yellow colored, small papules on the face, particularly the nose,
cheeks and forehead. Sebaceous hyperplasia occasionally also occurs on the chest, areola,
mouth, and vulva. They often have a central indentation. Sebaceous gland hyperplasia is a
harmless condition that is only a cosmetic concern.
hyperplasia lesions begin to appear in middle age and
continue to appear into later life , giving the skin a pebbled appearance.
some lesions have been reported to resolve on their own, but the vast majority tends to
remain permanently. Sebaceous
hyperplasia appears as small yellow bumps up to 3 mm in diameter. Close inspection reveals
a central hair follicle.
growth is associated with exposure to different androgen hormones and sun. This explains
why sebaceous hyperplasia is seen more commonly in men than in women, but it is still seen
in all people.
Lesions of sebaceous
hyperplasia are benign, with no known potential for malignant transformation. However,
the lesions are sometimes confused with early basal cell carcinomas. With its
characteristic mosaic appearance, the surface of sebaceous hyperplasia is generally less
uniform than that of basal cell carcinomas.
effective treatment of sebaceous hyperplasia, follow these steps:
Cleanse face with a deep cleanser such as Naturalis Purifying Cleanser.
Scrub face with a gentle exfoliating scrub such as Naturalis
Stimulating Facial Scrub .
Mask face with a mask product such as Naturalis Clarifying Masque.
Apply Naturalis Sebaceous Hyperplasia Treatment thickly on problem area. Letting the cream
settle into skin.
For a more even skin tone, apply Naturalis Skin Blemish Treatment.
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