Usually, most of the dermatologists advice the patients affected by seborrheic keratosis to not try to treat themselves. Why? Because this condition occurs in quite a big percentage in elderly people, that might not follow exactly the safety procedures, and therefore, may harm themselves unwillingly.
As a general rule, THERE ARE NO SEBORRHEIC KERATOSIS Natural Remedies. There are people claiming they’ve got rid of this problem with herbs oils, but truth is there is no proof or evidence they had really gotten rid of this problem.
Dry Skin Soaps And Non-Invasive Treatments
Currently, there are on the market lots of so called natural products meant to treat not only this condition, but also other types of warts and verrucas (including the ones produced by the Papillomavirus). Indeed, while some of them can really come in hand for some warts, most of them don’t provide any real benefits, at least not other than hydrating the skin. If there was really a natural non-surgical way of treating seborrheic keratosis for good, then that method would have been published in most of the important dermatology journals and not only, would have been included in the manuals.
Unfortunately for those who were hoping they could get rid of this seborrheic keratosis without paying a visit to the dermatologist, all the dermatology manuals and publications recommend the surgical treatment, but only when there are suspicions of malignancy or patients experience a serious discomfort and can no longer live their lives in a normal way. This can be checked in Fitzpatrick’s Dermatology, in Dermatology Secrets Plus, but also in the Shimitzu’s Textbook of Dermatology.
Instead of spending money on “natural products that will cure anything”, people should choose one of the classic ways of treating this problem and then do their best to prevent it with natural products. For instance, after getting the warts removed with liquid nitrogen, they can take minerals and vitamins, such as vitamins A, D, magnesium and zinc. They can also take milkweed (which has been proven to maintain the skin healthy), and also eliminate from their diets all the foods containing processed oils and sugars.
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