Fibromes are growths on the skin, which are actually benign tumors of the connective tissue. They look like small nodes and can vary in size from 1 millimeter to 1 centimeter. They usually have the same color as the skin, but they can also be lighter in color.
They’re not dangerous, but they’re increasing in number and can become an aesthetic problem. They usually appear under the neck, under the armpits, under the armpit, breasts, stomach and eyelids.
However, they may appear in other parts of the skin. In fact, almost every man has at least one fibroma, so fibroma are not uncommon.