Sebaceous gland hyperplasia are benign lesions caused by overactive oil glands.
Sebaceous gland hyperplasia is a skin condition that affects many people, especially those with oily skin. It is characterized by yellow, raised bumps on the skin that are not painful or itchy. These bumps are caused by an overgrowth of sebaceous glands, which are responsible for producing oil in the skin. The condition is benign, meaning it is not cancerous and generally not harmful to overall health.
Sebaceous gland hyperplasia is most commonly found on the face, especially in the central part of the face around the nose, forehead, and cheeks. However, it can also occur on other body parts such as the chest, back, or arms. The condition is most common in people over 40, but it can occur in people of any age.