White bumps on Penile skin or head

In most cases, white bumps on the penile skin or head are either Pearly Penile Papules, Fordyce Spots, or Tyson Glands. Those are normal anatomic variations, and they do not cause any health risks. However, men can suffer from anxiety because people can mistake them for sexually transmissible diseases. They can be treated at home using the PPP KIT.

Pearly Penile Papules


Pearly Penile Papules are white bumps that appears on the corona of the penile glans. They are in fact an agglomeration of fibrosis. Those chunk of fibrosis takes space, therefore white bumps appear on the glans, creating Papules.

Tyson Glands


Tyson Glands are sebaceous glands that looks like small white bumps, similar to Pearly Penile Papules that form on each side of the Frenulum. The Frenulum is the attachment of your foreskin to the glans.

Fordyce Spots


Fordyce Spots on the penis are sebaceous glands which looks like small bumps that appear on the penile shaft. Do not confuse them with ingrown hairs. If you have Fordyce Spots, they most likely appear all over the penile shaft. Scarring risk is greater when doing the procedure on Fordyce Spots as the skin on the shaft is thicker.

We do not recommend using the PPP KIT for removing Fordyce Spots as scarring risk is too high. Seek advices from a dermatologist for Fordyce Spots.

The Solution to Remove white bumps on the penile glans

PPP KIT uses an electric Ionizer to vaporize the papules, similar to how it's done during laser treatment. The kit includes everything needed to do-it-yourself at home safely and with no pain. The PPP KIT method is backed with before and after pictures sent from customers all over the world!

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