Sebaceous Hyperplasia
Sebaceous Hyperplasia Sebaceous Hyperplasia
Do you or someone you know have it?

What does it look like, do I have it?
It (they) looks like a little donuts on the face and could show up anywhere on the body, especially if you are an oily skin type.  I typically find them on the face:  Forehead, around the eyes and sides of the hair line.
Sweating – your body is hot, the hotter you are, the more shinny (oily) you can be.
Trapped oil in pores – the only place oil can go is around the pore and poof, donuts.
Products – using the wrong products for your “skin type” and concern.
What can your do?
Oily skin types need to use a daily cleanser that is attracted to the oil inside the pores, and  do daily gentle exfoliation that targets only dead (not living) skin cells.

Proper Home Care = over 80% of what your skin looks like is caused by home care.
Facials = Finding a good Esthetical that won’t over process, burn or peel your face.
LED Treatments –  are safe and effective at targeting and drying out pores, killing acne bacteria,  and calming the skin.

   Progressive NOT Aggressive treatments are best.

* Results vary from person to person