Tamara Joyner: Where can this be accessed in the Seattle area?
Pat Venter: Hi Stephanie, can you please recommend me a technician in New York? Thank you
Randy Berg: I live in Bourbonnis, il 60914, Randy Berg
Randy Berg: Can you tell me the name of the treatment please?
Smooth Effects: We offer this treatment at Smooth Effects laser hair removal and medi spa clinic in Vernon BC, Canada. Its an amazing alternative to visiting the dermatologist.
ben perez: are you burning off Sebaceous Hyperplasia? If so, does it leave any scars after the healing is complete? Does it ever come back?
Lai Saeteurn: Hi Stephanie,
Do you know any technician in Sacramento/Elk Grove that does this type of treatment. I went to dermatologist but I feel that they do not care. Please provide me a referral. Thanks.
gibsongirl2100: Stephanie - I tried emailing you a few weeks ago through rnfaces.com and have not received a reply. I just need to know there are any skin care professionals in L.A. that are trained on Skin Classic for this condition. The the time I last contacted you (about four or five years ago) the only one you knew of was somewhere in Orange County, CA. That's really out of my area so I was just hoping...........Thanks
Seattle Skin Essentials: Do you ever treat Neurofibromas?
Chuck B: I live in Cedar Rapids IA I have some larges ones would you be able to recommend anyone in this area or Chicago or Dubai UAE.
Gra Piken: What kind of pen is being used here? I have some sebaceous hyperplasia on my face. I've tried the topical application route, but nothing works. I've thought about buying a cautery pen and doing it myself. I have no choice. I can't afford a dermatologist, and there is no dermatologist in my area anyway.
I read a blog recently, where a woman used a cautery pen in her own sebaceous hyperplasia and had success. She wasn't a dermatologist either.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I'm still going to buy a cautery pen and try to treat it myself anyway. The sebaceous hyperplasia is so unsightly and nothing else works.
ben perez: Are you burning off Sebaceous Hyperplasia? If so, does it leave scars after the healing is complete?
Liberty Baclaan: Hi I leave on Oahu Hawaii, I have several hyperplasia on my forehead and both my cheeks, I've notice the doughnut shaped bumps over a year ago. I seen a dermatologist and she noted if she would remove it will leave a deep scar. Would this procedure leave deep scar? Do you know of a technician here in Honolulu, Hawaii that can does this procedure? I will greatly appreciate your help!
pineapple365: Hi Stephanie! I have sebaceous hyperplasia on my nose and I've been to the dermatologist and he gave me Retin -a and a benzoyl peroxide wash but it hasn't been working. He said if I did laser that it would leave a brown spot on my nose and I don't want that. I really want this gone but I don't know what else to do.
Ron Jr: Hey Stephanie, can you tell me if the SH papules permanently gone or do they return? I am thinking about having this process done here in Oregon. Thanks.
coylecf: I have a small white spot that's not a whitehead & it's under the skin (not a bump). What could this be & how would I treat it?
Almir Matri: My best friend had gotten cystic and severe acne ever since the lady was 15. She’s now 37 and for the very first time ever, this woman doesn’t have cystic acne. She found the Acne Executioner (Google it) and finally came across a process to eliminate this horrifying problem. She smiles much more, and that is wonderful to look at. You’re able to heal acne breakouts if you wish to. You just need the best course of action.
Sebaceous Hyperplasia treatment with the Skin Classic5
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