Minor skin irregularities that can occur on any part of the body. Cherry angiomas appear as tiny pin-point red papules, especially on the trunk and increase with age. Cherry angiomas are benign, fairly common skin growths that vary in size. The cherry-red "bumps" develop alone or in groups, most often on the torso and frequently on the face, scalp, neck, arms, and legs.
Can be seen anywhere on the body. They are most common on the face, nose, cheeks, and chin. They may be visualized on the extremities as well. Telangiectasia are red linear marks measuring less than 1-2 mm in width and several millimeters to centimeters in length, and temporarily disappear if you press on them with your finger.
Common skin irregularity that affects more than 85% of people at some time during their lives. It is characterized by noninflammatory follicular papules or comedones and by inflammatory papules, pustules, and nodules in its more severe forms. Acne vulgaris affects the areas of skin with the densest population of sebaceous follicles; these areas include the face, the upper part of the chest, and the back.
A common, benign condition of sebaceous glands in adults of middle age or older. Irregularities can be single or multiple and manifest as yellowish, soft, small papules on the face (particularly nose, cheeks, and forehead). Lesions of sebaceous hyperplasia are benign, with no known potential for malignant transformation.
Dark, irregular well demarcated hyperpigmented macules to patches commonly found on the upper cheek, nose, lips, upper lip, and forehead.