I’d look for a practitioner who does a serious amount of laser – search for laser practitioners on our practitioner finder (I’m not a fan of plasma pen treatment) and have a consultation about how the practitioner would propose to treat you. I’ve got a whole bunch of these sebaceous hyperplasia growths myself and am not fond of them. The laser treatment I had with the Sciton Halo has helped reduce some of them a good deal but more keep springing up so from experience I’d say you may need more than one round of treatment to ablate them.
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