What is milia/sebaceous hyperplasia? Milia are small, white, cyst-like bumps that are under the skin. Sebaceous hyperplasia are overgrowths of the oil glands of the skin and present as skin-colored to yellowish bumps on the skin. Treatment areas: most commonly the face Top reasons for considering removal of milia/sebaceous hyperplasia: Patients who have a tendency to pick or scratch these areas, should consider getting them cosmetically treated. Schedule a consultation with a dermatology provider to discuss treatment options. What is the benefit of treating milia/sebaceous hyperplasia? The individual lesions will be permanently be removed. Recovery process after treatment to milia/sebaceous hyperplasia: Very minimal recovery process. Patients may experience a small amount of redness for a few days. Usually, make-up can be used to cover-up the redness if unsightly. Talk to your provider about product options and a good skincare routine following treatment, to help decrease future lesions. Talk to your provider about important safety information prior to your treatment, as well as any post-treatment instructions.