Seborrheic Keratosis, Common and Benign

Seborrheic Keratosis are common and they are raised dark papules that appear on the skin as a person ages. The are usually located on the face, chest, back or shoulders and can be rough to the touch. Some people develop quite a few and others are scattered.

Seborrheic Keratosis are skin tumors that are benign. The cause is unknown but they seldom appear before age 40. They are mainly a cosmetic issue and can be removed with simple surgery or cryotherapy (freezing).

Sometimes they can get rubbed by clothing and become irritated. They do not transform into cancer. Just another birthday present from Mother Nature!


Anonymous said…
That top one looks like it would be cancerous with it being so dark in the middle.
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I have the same problem my face, yesterday one fried gave me a recipe to combating Seborrheic Keratosis, the recipe is drink some teas of cilantro, "zacate estrella" and two cat's hair!!!!22dd
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it's a huge ill and we need more information about this. They can also resemble melanoma skin cancer, though they are unrelated to melanoma as well. Because only the top layers of the epidermis are involved. 23jj
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Juli Jonior said…
There is no herbal medication available for Seborrheic Keratosis Treatment except Sebeton herbal product by Herbs Solutions By Nature. It is made up of 100% natural products so it is also free from any side effects. The two surgical procedures that now days are in practice include cryosurgery, electrosurgery and curettage but both of these procedures are invasive and have high risks.

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