ANGIOFIBROMA - a contraindication for Facial?


Angiofibroma, also known as fibrous papule, is a relatively common lesion seen in males and females after puberty. Angiofibromas represent focal growth of vascular and collagen structures normally found in the skin.

They most often present as 1-5 mm, solitary, flesh-colored to slightly red bumps on the nose, and have no hereditary predisposition.

These lesions may sometimes be confused with basal cell carcinoma.

Therefore, biopsy is needed to make the distinction. Uncommonly, individuals may present with multiple angiofibromas distributed on their face and less often, other parts of the body.


, "ANGIOFIBROMA" is NOT contagious!

Signs and symptoms for ANGIOFIBROMA

  • Nasal obstruction
  • Nose bleeding (epistaxis)
  • Runny nose (rhinorrhea)
ANGIOFIBROMA contraindications In beauty therapy

When we have a client with the following condition: ANGIOFIBROMA

Caution may be required. Not a contraindication unless the skin is broken.

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