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Sebaceous hyperplasia

Sebaceous hyperplasia is a benign, harmless skin condition. Mostly confined to the face, it is characterized by the appearance of small yellowish bumps that look like milia.

This skin problem is caused by a hormonal imbalance. When androgen hormone levels drop, the sebaceous glands overproduce sebocytes, which also take longer to die off.

This process causes the glands to become enlarged up to 10 times their normal size. Small bumps appear on the surface of the skin, resulting in an uneven texture and appearance.

We offer different techniques for the treatment of sebaceous hyperplasia:

Electrocoagulation and Thermocoagulation

Electrocoagulation and Thermocoagulation

It is a high-frequency treatment that reduces the appearance of blood vessels.

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