Sebaceous Hyperplasia’s are usually firm benign lumps on the skin that grow gradually over several years, usually as a result of an over productive oil gland. Damaged and over stimulated oil glands in the skin become enlarged and clogged, the end result presents itself as a firm white rim with a depressed centre. The appearance is similar to a doughnut shape.
It is not uncommon to have several of these lumps at once, sometimes in small clusters and they are mostly found on the forehead and central part of the face.
Sebaceous Hyperplasia can be removed easily using advanced cosmetic procedure (ACP). Multiples treatments may be required depending on how long the skin blemish has been there.