Sebaceous Cysts, or
commonly known as Epidermoid Cysts, are small bumps that develop
just beneath the skin on your face, neck, trunk and sometimes your
genital area. They are slow-growing and often painless.
- Are round cysts
or small bumps that are easy to move with your fingers
- Are usually
white or yellow, though people with darker skin may have
- Range in size
from less than 1/4 inch to nearly 2 inches (a few millimeters
to 5 centimeters) in diameter
- Occur on nearly
any part of your body, including your fingernails, but are
found most often on your face, trunk and neck
sebaceous/epidermoid cyst has a central opening â€?the remnant of
a hair follicle from which the cyst originally formed â€?that's
plugged by a tiny blackhead.
symptoms of infection, which can occasionally occur,
- A thick, yellow
material draining from the cyst that may have a foul odor
swelling and tenderness around the cyst
Sometimes you may develop a small bump on your scalp that looks
like an sebaceous/epidermoid cyst. These are almost always pilar
or trichilemmal cysts, which usually have thicker walls than
epidermoid cysts do and almost always move freely under your skin.
The lining of this type of cyst differs slightly from that of an
Sebaceous/Epidermoid/Pilar/Trichilemmal cysts are a cosmetic
concern and can be treated immediately with Naturalis Sebaceous
effective treatment of sebaceous cysts, follow these steps:
Cleanse face with a deep cleanser such as Naturalis Purifying Cleanser.
Scrub face with a gentle exfoliating scrub such as Naturalis
Stimulating Facial Scrub .
Mask face with a mask product such as Naturalis Clarifying Masque.
Apply Naturalis Sebaceous Cysts Treatment thickly on problem area. Letting the cream
settle into skin.
For a more even skin tone, apply Naturalis Skin Blemish Treatment.
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