Seborrheic keratosis is a common disease that affects people from all corners of the world. Unfortunately, the exact cause of this skin condition is still unknown but the resarchers have proved that is not cancerous or contagious. Also, they say that in the majority of cases seborrheic keratosis is genetically transmited. The skin marks is one of the symptoms that help doctors to diagnose the seborrheic keratosis, but in some cases the will do a biopsy the be sure that those growths are seborrheic keratosis and not any form of skin cancer that looks like seborrheic keratosis.
3 of the best methods to get rid of seborrheic keratosis
1. Cryosurgery. This is a remedy that is normally used to eliminate keratoses during their initial stages. Cryosurgery involve the application of liquid hidrogen on the affected areas. However, this method may be not effective for removing large growths BUT is the best option for small ones. Cryosurgery is one of the most used seborrheic keratosis removal methods. You can see a video example of the procedure here.
2. Hydrogen Peroxide. From my point of view hydrogen peroxide the most popular remedy for seborrheic keratosis. It helps to cure the ailment by shrinking the skin growhs. To achieve this, it hinders supply of nutrients to the growths. This in turn prevents them for spread to other unaffected areas. Ensure that you first clean the affected areas dry so as to ensure maximum penetration of the chemical to the deep skin cells.
3. Curettage. The best option for removing large seborrheic keratosis. Curettage involves the use of a special equipament that is ussed to scrap the seborrheic keratosis growths.
Be sure that you discuss each treatment option available with your doctor and chose the one that fits you. All methods are pretty easy do be done and are not painfull, but you need to chose the one that is better for your seborrheic keratosis.
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