Can you help with large oil glands on the chest?

-------------------------------------------------------------- I have very oily skin and even enlarged oil glands all over my chest that are embarrassing. I am 22 yrs old and considering the cosmetic surgery to melt them down. Do u thing it would be be

I really think you should see a good dermatologist as soon as possible.  Often when the pores are enlarging on the chest like you are describing, it’s really a type of acne.  There are so many things that can help control acne now on the face, chest or back!  Treatments for this type of problem range from many different types of lotions/gels, to oral medications all the way up to Accutane.  A  dermatologist can really help you get this under control.  Also, it’s important to control the process before undertaking any corrective cosmetic work.   Dr. I

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