You can rapidly and effectively treat a broad range of minor vascular, sebaceous, and fibroma related skin irregularities that are quite common. Vascular irregularities can appear in different forms and tend to be more noticeable in fair skinned or thin-skinned individuals. They are superficial in nature and present on the upper epidermal level of the skin. Vascular irregularities appear most often on the face. Some of these irregularities such as cherry angiomas, and dilated capillaries may appear on the face, chest and torso. Sebaceous irregularities on the face, as well as the scalp, include commonly occurring cholesterol deposits, clogged pores, milia, skin tags, keratosis and pimples. Sebaceous hyperplasia, a distinctive donut-shaped sebaceous glad, also fall in this category, as do cysts. In this course you will learn how to effectively and safely remove these common skin irregularities and growths from the face and body.


This Continuing Education Course is not under the purview of the Commission of Independent Education.