29 Mar Sebaceous Hyperplasia Treatment, what topical products help?
Sebaceous Hyperplasia Treatment: A DIY treatment several clients have had success with is using the GHK-Cu Copper Peptide Amino Complex Formula II, and the All-Trans Retinol 2.0% Formula II. The treatment consists of using a hypodermic needle, and gently poking tiny holes in the spot and then applying the GHK-Cu Copper Peptide Amino Complex Formula II in the morning. I recommend doing this one to two times per week until the SH is gone, or at least abated.
At night, apply All-Trans Retinol 2.0% Formula II to Sebaceous Hyperplasia and massage it into your skin (if not using all over your face). Dermatologists often prescribe Retin-A (or some form of Tretinoin) to treat Sebaceous Hyperplasia. Tretinoin not only helps get rid of them, it also works to prevent further Sebaceous Hyperplasia from forming in the first place. Our All-Trans Retinol 2.0% Formula II is just under prescription strength at 0.018% and works very well for this type of treatment. Of course, you always want to use sun protection during the day. We have our “I’m Covered Physical Sunblock SPF32.
This treatment will work even if you don’t use a hypodermic needle; it will just take longer. How long it takes to work will differ from individual to individual. If not using a hypodermic needle, the full treatment would be using the GHK-Cu Copper Peptide Amino Complex Formula II every morning, and the All-Trans Retinol 2.0% Formula II every night. But if using a hypodermic needle, I recommend using the hypodermic needle method only once or twice a week.
This treatment will not keep sebaceous hyperplasia from coming back. With that being said, any treatment that you either have done, or do yourself will not keep these pesky things away. When you see one rearing its ugly little head, just start your treatment again.
If you try the above methods for sebaceous hyperplasia, I’d love to hear how it’s working for you.