Sebaceous hyperplasia
Sebaceous hyperplasia is a disorder of the sebaceous glands in which they become enlarged, producing flesh-colored or yellowish, shiny, often umbilicated bumps on the face. Sebaceous hyperplasia generally affects middle-aged to elderly adults. The symptoms are 1–5 mm papules on the skin, mainly on the forehead, nose and cheeks, and seborrheic facial skin.

#Pinhole technique (Erbium or CO2 laser)
  • Appears as flesh-colored papules, but it differs from basal cell carcinoma in that it is soft to the touch.
  • Multiple sebaceous hyperplasias on the forehead. ― A typical case.
  • It can be difficult to distinguish from basal cell carcinoma based solely on appearance, but can be accurately differentiated by touching the lesion.