Verruca plana
Verruca plana are reddish-brown or flesh-colored, slightly raised, flat-surfaced, well-demarcated papule of 2 to 5 mm in diameter. Upon close inspection, these lesions have a surface that is finely irregular. Most often, these lesions affect the face.

Treatment ― OTC Drugs
Avoid over-cleansing or touching the lesions, as rubbing the lesion can cause flat warts to continue to spread through small wounds.
Salicylic acid preparations can only be applied carefully to the affected area. Be very careful not to apply too much acidic substance around the lesion.
#Salicylic acid, brush applicator [Duofilm]

#Laser ablasion (CO2 or Erbium laser)
  • Verruca plana on the chin of a middle-aged woman.
  • It mainly occurs on the skin around the eyes and between the eyes and ears.
References Different skin wart types, different human papillomavirus types? A narrative review 38126099
Skin warts are caused by human papillomaviruses (HPV). Many studies have looked into the types of HPV found in different warts like common, plantar, and flat warts. They've found various HPV types, but often it's not clear if they're the cause. This review paper discusses new methods for testing HPV in warts, including how to take samples, which tests to use, and estimating the amount of virus in cells. We also reviewed studies on HPV in common, plantar, and flat warts and briefly talked about how different HPV types show up in tissue samples of warts.
 Clinical guideline for the diagnosis and treatment of cutaneous warts (2022) 36117295 
It is a comprehensive and systematic evidence-based guideline and we hope this guideline could systematically and effectively guide the clinical practice of cutaneous warts and improve the overall levels of medical services.
 Benign Eyelid Lesions 35881760 
The most common benign inflammatory lesions include chalazion and pyogenic granuloma. Infectious lesions include verruca vulgaris, molluscum contagiosum, and hordeolum. Benign neoplastic lesions include squamous cell papilloma, epidermal inclusion cyst, dermoid/epidermoid cyst, acquired melanocytic nevus, seborrheic keratosis, hidrocystoma, cyst of Zeiss, and xanthelasma.