Sebaceous Hyperplasia

What is it? What are causes/ symptoms and/or signs?

Often experienced by adults who are middle aged or older, sebaceous hyperplasia is a benign condition affecting the sebaceous glands. The condition causes yellow bumps with a cauliflower appearance to appear in various locations on the body, including the face and chest. These are thought to be caused by enlarged and displaced oil glands.

Treatment Solution:

Cryothetapy

Dermapen™ Cryotherapy delivers a fine, targeted, ultra-cold mist (temperature -89 degrees Celsius) of nitrous oxide gas at a high pressure to effortlessly and painlessly treat a variety of unwanted skin lesions. The pinpoint accuracy of a cryo pen provides greater precision and comfort (compared with liquid nitrogen therapy), creating greater treatment versatility and results. Treatments are fast, comfortable and effective for imperfections found on facial and body skin, making it the perfect treatment for freezing various skin lesions.

The longer the mist is sprayed onto a lesion with the cryo pen, the deeper the absorption and active penetration. Multi-treatment tips enable versatile precision to treat a variety of lesion sizes and depths. Unlike traditional Cryotherapy, the tip does not directly touch the lesion. This enables far greater comfort, accelerated healing and a more precise delivery system. The nitrous oxide treats damaged tissue by freezing inter cellular fluid, helping to speed up the removal of skin tags, moles and other skin concerns

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