Incomprehensible formation on the skin: what to do?

photo from

Almost all the people on the skin, there are small cosmetic defects of different types and sizes. Some of them are safe, but not very aesthetic, the other is better to quickly get rid of. To understand how to include your own, consult an experienced beautician, a dermatologist.

Remove all the excess skin from the best in the winter — the lack of sunlight and heat will allow the process of healing take place peacefully.

Growths on the skin that removes cosmetologist, are divided into two groups:

  • those in which the occurrence of fault infection
  • Benign enlargement of any elements of the skin that is not associated with the infection.

Benign enlargement of any elements of the skin

These blemishes combines a number of features.

  1. Usually they do not pose a health risk, but if they have a tendency to become inflamed, which is typical for people with weakened immune systems, that require removal.
  2. Gradually, they can become quite large, so for cosmetic purposes it is better to remove as they are small.
  3. They were removed with electrocautery (electric current). On the skin for 40 minutes Emla anesthetic cream applied, then every element of cauterized with a thin electrode coalescent. On-site disposal is a crust that has to be processed daily antiseptic. After falling crust is slightly pinkish spot, at least a small hole that is slowly disappearing. After removal can not sunbathe for at least a month.
  4. These formations can be deep, so that the healing process proceeded faster and better in a few days to remove advisable to do the procedure Mesotherapy (intradermal injection) with vitamins, antioxidants and hyaluronic acid.

1. Hyperplasia (thickening) of the sebaceous glands

How does it look? Circular patches of sizes from 2 mm to 1 cm with a slightly granular surface and "umbilicate" impression in the center. They do not differ in color from normal skin or are barely noticeable yellowish tint. Protrude above the skin surface slightly.

Where? Sebaceous gland hyperplasia is most often uneven "scattered" on the forehead, cheeks, temples and around the nose.

How to get rid of? With electrocautery. Pockets of hyperplasia is better to delete until they are small, because as they age they can become quite large, and then the on-site disposal facilities (especially on the forehead) may persist for a long time fossa. The increased excretion of fat can contribute to a more rapid development of hyperplasia, so after removing crusts and falling desirable to use cosmetics that reduce sebum secretion.

2. Syringoma

How does it look? Syringoma — thickening of the sweat glands — small round seal just somewhat lax, no larger than a match head. In color they are or are not different from the surrounding skin or have a slightly yellowish tinge — like a lot of lumps located deep in the skin and shine through. Syringoma can occur in people of all ages, from teens.

Where? On the skin around the eyes, especially under the lower eyelids.

How to get rid of? With electrocautery.

3. Xanthelasma

How does it look? Xanthelasmas like small "bags of fat", irregularly scattered in the skin of the eyelids. They are irregular, soft, white-yellow color can be quite large — from 1 to 4-5 match heads. Most often seen in people after 30 with elevated cholesterol levels.

Where? On the skin around the eyes, especially on the upper eyelids.

How to get rid of? With electrocautery. If cholesterol remains high, after removal xanthelasma may appear again. Therefore, it is desirable to combine beauty treatments with treatment aimed at reducing cholesterol levels, which makes the therapist. This special diet and drugs.

4. Whitehead

How to look like? Small little white "dots", smooth, regular shape. In fact, this blockage of the sebaceous glands in origin akin to "black spots" on the nose.

Where? On the skin of the eyelids and face.

How to get rid of? Milia — surface formations, sometimes they can be removed simply a needle, but often they can be more profound and then require the use of coalescent. In contrast to the previously described above milia formation may take place by themselves. But if they are many, and they are clearly increasing in number and size, it is better to turn to the beautician to remove them and find out why they occur.

5. Keratome (seborrheic wart)

How does it look? Round or oval flat formation yellow-brownish tint. Keratoma can be as small "points" and large "blyambami" covered flabby yellow-brown crusts. Simultaneous occurrence of abundant "packs" keratitis, scattered all over the skin, may indicate a problem occurs in the body.

Where? Keratomas usually located on the chest, neck, face, although theoretically can appear anywhere on the skin. They often occur in sunbathers on the face, chest, neck and abdomen, although they can "please" and those who rarely tans.

How to get rid of? Keratomas not hazardous to health. Remove them is necessary if they are rapidly increasing, darken, inflamed or bleeding. In this case, the doctor will send a questionable area for histological examination. Keratoma occur in people whose top layer of skin is prone to excessive thickening, so it shows the use of peeling, home or professional, scrubs, medical body milk with fruit acids or urea.

Skin defects infectious nature

These growths removed using electrocoagulation with parallel use of immunomodulatory methods.

1. Papilloma

How to look like? As the tiny "bags" or "drops" normal skin color, hanging on a thin stalk or sitting round "a button". They may be isolated, and abundant pepper skin. The appearance of warts says the weakening of local immunity to the human papilloma virus.

Where? On the skin of the neck, axillary areas and for feeding, at least on other areas of skin. Papillomas, "cousin" of warts, there are almost all.

How to get rid of? Electrocoagulation papillomas preferably combined with the strengthening of local immunity of the skin. Appropriate use of oxygen-ozone therapy (daily application of ozonated oil and injection of oxygen-ozone mixture twice a week 710 times), the local use of ointments to the immunomodulatory effect (ointment with interferon).




Oxygen-ozone therapy


Papilloma — superficial education, so after removing the skin heals quickly.

A very large number of papillomas or re-occurrence of abundant after removal prescribe systemic immunocorrection: receiving immunomodulators or injection into the course. For this purpose likopid, immunomax, panavir, polyoxidonium, Kagocel and a number of other drugs (prescribed by a doctor).

2. Warts

How to look like? Irregular shape with a rough surface. Can be quite large. Particularly unpleasant appearance warts around the nail or on the sole of the foot — in those areas most time-consuming to remove them.

Where? More often on the skin of the hands and feet, although they can range anywhere.

How to get rid of? Warts necessarily have to be removed as they are infectious — it's the most famous viral skin problem. Remove warts cautery electrocoagulation or liquid nitrogen. Electrocautery is preferred because it allows a more accurate "aim" and does not injure the skin around the wart, and the healing process is made easier by a crust, not a bubble, as the
use of liquid nitrogen. Before removing warts under it is desirable to produce an injection of an anesthetic, lidocaine or articaine, which will eliminate the pain.

When multiple warts need systemic immunotherapy, as well as a survey to identify the possible causes contributing to the decrease in immunity.

3. "Corns"

How to look like? As corn. Against the background of the various "problems" with their feet (excessive sweating, orthopedic defects of the foot, wearing tight shoes uncomfortable, swelling of the legs) and viruses (or) bacteria can form painful inflamed skin thickening — "corns". Since they are usually trying to fight a pedicure, home or professional, but as a rule it does not help.

Where? At the bottom and side surfaces of the toes.

How to get rid of? Remove the "corns" by electrocoagulation to remove the background causes (sweating, edema, etc.) and to raise local immunity. A great effect is a combination of homeopathic injections, tonics circulation in the legs, removing excess sweating stop Dysport, an injection under the corns of interferon.

Clinic "biome Vita"

Moscow, 1 —st. Yamskogo field, 24

Phone: (499) 257-08-07, (495) 251-00-86


Treatment "callosities" not a quick process, but very rewarding as well as a painful "corns", making it difficult to walk, causes people to finally tackle the serious problems that contribute to its appearance.

Inclinic "Bio Vita E ' you can get expert advice dermatologist, cosmetologist, if needed, remove benign or viral skin formation on the Italian coagulator LEDi prescribe a course of treatment.

Write to the consultation by phone 8 — (499) — 257-08-07

By m n. dermatologist, cosmetologist Haldane M V.

As advertising

Like this post? Please share to your friends: