Sebaceous hyperplasia is a common, benign condition of sebaceous glands in adults of middle age or older. Lesions are soft and yellow with a surface ranging from smooth to yellowish lumps a noticeable lump (size of a match head) with most being between 2-9 mm and often the lesion has a cauliflower like or doughnut shaped appearance.
The sebaceous gland is attached to the hair follicle and its function is to product oil to
And yes the good news is that we can remove these easily and simply. Usually small ones can be treated in one session and larger ones can be treated over 2-3 sessions.
Manual extraction (you) will not release the sebum!
These are removed with the Lamprobe.
Photos of sebaceous hyperplasia