Seborrheic Keratosis & Hydrogen Peroxide

October 19, 2011

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Statistics indicate that people fear Seborrheic Keratosis more than other diseases because they alter the texture and appearance of the skin. They find it scaring as it looks like skin cancer. Even if people are constantly reassured that Seborrheic Keratosis noncancerous (benign), they still insist that that they would like the bumps removed so that they can feel beautiful again. What is even more worrying is the fact that this skin disorder does not discriminate; it can affect young adults as well as older members of the society.  When senile warts develop early during the middle age years, it tends to rob them of a very important stage in life. It could swallow their self-esteem such that they may not be able to exploit their potential and become productive members of the society. Constant jokes about their Seborrheic Keratosis will make some patients feel like they are inferior members of the family or society.

People’s concerns about finding and effective treatment for Seborrheic Keratosis led to the discovery that hydrogen peroxide can treat seborrheic lesions. Since there were some ineffective and unsafe seb keratosis removers, scientists wanted to add to the already existing list another home Seborrheic Keratosis remover and in deed their efforts were not futile. If you have tried other remedies and have not been successful, it is high time you made hydrogen peroxide your next senile warts remover. It rarely disappoints since it has been tested and proven that it has capacity to erase Seborrheic Keratosis from any part of your skin. All you need to do is follow the directions provided and join people that are giving testimonies of the ‘miracles’ that hydrogen peroxide can perform on your skin.

However, the best way to deal with Seborrheic Keratosis is either prevention or arresting the skin disorder way before it enlarges or increases in number on your body. Hydrogen peroxide solutions with concentrations 20% to 80% is applied on the Seborrheic Keratosis growth until all the growths have disappeared. The color of hydrogen peroxide changes from white to pink after a few minutes. This treatment ought to be done periodically (one week interval) and not daily. Applying a lotion or moisturizer around the areas before the hydrogen peroxide prevents the remover from burning these areas.  Alternatively, you can use the hydrogen peroxide in bath water so that it not only treats but also prevents seb keratosis disorder.

Seborrheic keratosis

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