a small whitish lump in the skin due to a clogged sebaceous gland
a build up of oils and dead skin that plugs up your pores
a clogged pore below the surface of the skin
a closed comedo, a plugged follicle that has stayed beneath the skin and caused a flesh-colored bump to form
a closed comedone as sebum has built up beneath the surface
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a noninflamed plugged pore, notes Dr
a skin pore clogged with oil and sloughed-off skin cells
a skin pore that is blocked by a plug deep down
A closed acne lesion.
See closed comedo.
a small plug that blocks the skin pore; actually, a closed blackhead.
A painless, small, white bump; usually occurs in groups on the nose, cheeks, or around the eyes.
Also referred to as a closed comedone; it is a white bump filled with sebum and matter.
Small, white bump found under the skin caused by retention of the secretion of a sebaceous gland.
Whiteheads are small white spots (about the size of pinheads) which are caused by collections of oil and skin in pores.
Milia or closed comedone.
Also known as a closed comedone. A collection of sebum and keratin that plugs the opening of the pilosebaceous unit (skin pore) and imbeds itself in the follicular canal under the skin so that it looks like a raised, white bump.