Milia | Oil seeds | Skin tags | Moles | Red spots



Skin lesions appear in various shapes and sizes. They may appear on different parts of our face or body.

Accurate identification of skin lesions is important for the appropriate treatment to be administered.


Milia are small white bumps that appear on the skin. They are usually grouped together on the nose, cheeks, and chin. They develop when skin cells or keratin become trapped under the surface of the skin.


Sebaceous hyperplasias are enlarged oil glands that appear as small fleshy or yellowish bumps.


Fibroepithelial polyps are harmless, soft lesions that appear to hang off the skin. They are made up of loosely arranged collagen fibres and blood vessels surrounded by a thickened or thinned-out epidermis. They are usually less than 1cm in size and may look different from warts and other benign growth skin lesions because of the small stalk that attaches them to the skin. Warts tend to be flat, while skin tags hang off the skin.


Skin moles (“nevus” or “nevi”) loosely refer to a category of distinct skin growths that represent atypical cell growth. These may be raised or flat and are commonly pigmented. They can appear anywhere on your skin or mucous membranes, alone or in groups. Most skin moles appear in early childhood and during the first 20 years of life. Most of these are harmless but may warrant further attention and investigation when any suspicious features are present.


Seborrheic keratoses are round or oval-shaped, often brown and typically raised patches on the skin. They are more common in adults over 50, and they tend to multiply as people get older. Some studies suggest that sun exposure and genetics may increase their occurrence.


Cherry angiomas are small, red, painless bumps ranging from 1-4 mm in size. They are a result of benign growths of blood vessels. Research has identified several factors that can cause cherry angiomas to appear on your skin, including: Aging, pregnancy (hormones), and genetic mutations.

The above are common benign growth skin lesions that are harmless and do not require any treatment. However, in instances where these lesions are bothersome, or if appearance is a concern, treatment via electrocautery or laser ablation may be suitable. Furthermore, other skin conditions may resemble those listed above and one should seek medical advice when there is any uncertainty.

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