Sebaceous irregularities appear mostly on the scalp, t-zone area of the face, and on the back. The LAMRPOBE treats these very common conditions through a precise vaporization modality quickly and effectively, and with extreme precision. Results are instantaneous, in one treatment only.
Clogged Pores are sebaceous irregularities that are result from a build of sebum and dead keratinized cells inside the duct. They are most commonly found on the cheeks and can give the skin a duller complexion.
Cholesterol Deposits, also know as Xanthelasma, are soft yellowish plaques of lipids that are usually found around the eyes. Individuals with high lipid levels are often predisposed to this condition. Cholesterol deposits are most often small to medium in sized and may also be raised.
Milia are plugs of sebum covered with layers of stratum cornified cells. As a result, they are usually rough to the touch and difficult to treat by manual extraction. Milia are commonly found on the forehead and cheeks and tend to be discolored or off-white in color.
Inflamed pimples are sebaceous skin irregularities treatable with the LAMPROBE. Inflamed pimples or papules are raised lesions that are filled with pus. They commonly appear in acneic skin and oily skin as well.
Sebaceous Hyperplasia appear as soft, yellowish papules with a cauliflower or doughnut-shaped appearance. They can appear on the forehead and cheeks, particularly on oily and asphyxiated skins.
Vascular lesions appear in different forms, representing changes in superficial blood vessels as angiomas or vascular irregularities of vessels. When they appear in an excessive amount they give the skin an overall reddish or “couperose” complexion, such as rosacea.
Dilated Capillaries, also referred to as Telangiectasia or Broken Capillaries, are tiny superficial dilated blood vessels appear as red wavy lines on the skin. They tend to appear particularly around the nose, cheeks and even the décolleté area.
Cherry angiomas appear as bright red to purple dots of blood on the surface of the skin. They are usually found on body’s upper trunk, such as the neck and chest area. Some people are predisposed to having multiple cherry angiomas.
Spider Naevi Spider naevi are dilated blood that are small and bright red with radiating threads. Commonly seen in women, they may be associated with pregnancy, obesity and oral contraceptive use.
Keratinocytes, which make up 90% of epidermal skin cells, go through the process of keratinization which regenerates the skin regularly and results in a skin that looks smoother and fresher with a more youthful glow. Keratoses are skin growths that result from the excess production of keratinized cells. They appear in varying different forms, consisting of soft or hard keratinized cells.
Fibromas are skin growths which are benign tumors that are either flat, raised, small or large. They either sit on the skin’s surface or are found attached by a short thin neck or peduncle. They can also range in colour from skin tone to darker.
Seborrheic keratoses are benign skin lesions that are small to large in size. They often appear during middle age or older. Seborrheic keratoses are usually found on the back, face, scalp and chest. These superficial lesions appear warty, greasy, pigmented (dark yellow to black), scaly and somewhat flat in shape.
A skin tag is a small fibroma that can appear in either a single or multiple formation and are sometimes referred to as achrochordon. They can be found all over the face and body but they are mostly found on the neck, breasts, the axillae and they may also appear on eyelids.