I have had this small, smooth, barely raised bump that is hard to notice unless the skin is stretched. It appears as though a small tunnel goes through it, with holes on either side and it is about 4mm long. If I pinch it, at times a small waxy substance comes out on either end. It has been there for over a year... what could it be? It is about an inch below my head, and above any hair follicles.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?