Yes, these are quite normal findings, a prominent sebaceous glands that have no hair follicles, in fact nearly all the people have it, i.e there is no need for interference. If you are insisting on treating it, CO2 laser is the best choice. Other options include photodynamic therapy and trichloroacetic acid (TCA)
Adapalene is applied topically once at bedtime for one month, if no improvement occurred, you better try another modality Regarding HPV infections, there are many serotypes (about 100) and there are specific immunity for each type. When immunity is developed against certain type (or types) through vaccination or previous exposure, our body is still susceptible to other HPV serotypes
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