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Lumps & Bumps

At the Laser Skin Clinic, we treat a variety of different conditions which appear and feel like lumps on the skin.

Whether you have a lump on the head or bumps on your arms, we can diagnose the skin condition and inform you of how many treatments will be required for full removal.

Face and body treatments are all charged based on time.

Laser Treatment for These Skin Conditions

The Laser Skin Clinic offers lump treatment procedures for the following treatable conditions:


A small and benign growth that resembles a tumour but is typically a growth that is comprised mostly of fibrous or connective tissue. They can grow anywhere on the body, sometimes presenting themselves as red bumps on skin or a small lump on the head.

Skin Tags

Typically either flesh coloured or darkly pigmented, skin tags ‘grow’ from the skin out of a small stalk-like growth. Our skin tag removal clinic can rid you of these small, annoying bits of tissue with effective skin tag removal treatment.

Sebaceous Hyperplasia

This is a condition in which the sebaceous glands become inflamed and produce yellowish or flesh coloured bumps on the face. Often associated with acne.

Senile Warts

Also known as seborrhoeic keratoses among many other names, senile warts are non-cancerous skin tumours that appear as brownish red bumps on the skin and feature more prominently among older people.

Much of the visible signs of the condition can be reduced with wart removal treatment at our warts removal clinic.


Usually located on or around the eyelids, Xanthelasma is a yellow tinged fatty deposit that is not harmful and can be removed with lump treatment.


Also known as a ‘milk spot’ or an ‘oil seed’, this is a blockage of the eccrine sweat gland that produces small white lumps around the eyes and nose. Effective bumps treatment can significantly reduce the visible signs of milia.

Cholesterol Deposits

Also known as xanthomas, cholesterol deposits vary in size, are typically flat and soft, and usually appear fleshy or yellowish in colour.

They can occasionally present as red bumps on skin.

Cherry angiomas

Also known as Campbell de Morgan spots, cherry angiomas are skin growths that present as red bumps on skin due to the broken blood vessels that give them their cherry-like appearance.