What Is Lamprobe?
Keratoses refer to the excess production of keratinized cells or hyperplasia. Keratoses are soft or hard keratinized cells and appear in different forms:
A skin tag is a small fibroma that appear either single or in multiple formation . They are commonly found on the neck, breasts and axillae, and constant friction from necklaces or shirt collars contribute towards their formation in these areas. Sometimes they appear on the eyelids. They can become inflamed if they are repeatedly irritated when tissues are rubbed together in friction.
Milias ( A.K.A. Whitehead)
Xanthelasma ( A.K.A. Cholesterol Deposits)
These are soft yellowish plaques of lipids usually found in the periorbital (around eyes) area. They are very tiny to medium in size and some may be raised.
They appear in different forms, an excessive amount giving the skin a reddish or “couperose” complexion.