Seborrheic Keratosis Lesions

December 4, 2011

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The Seborrheic Keratosis lesions are believed to be hereditary. However, some of them are known to be caused as a result of exposure to direct sunlight. This latter type is commonly referred to as actinic keratoses. While most Seborrheic Keratosis lesions tend to remain constant in size, irritations from clothes can cause them to grow much bigger. The colouring of the lesions varies from a light tan to black depending on the age and type of the growth. Experts warn that due care should be taken when diagnosing this skin condition. The Seborrheic Keratosis lesions can be identical to skin cancer when they turn black. Care must therefore be taken to avoid interfering with such lesions until a full diagnosis is done. Erroneous interference with skin cancer could put the patients’ skin and life in danger.

The ease with which the Seborrheic Keratosis lesions are removed is based on the fact that they are superficial and therefore easy to remove using simple procedures. Most of the procedures for removing the Seborrheic Keratosis lesions are pretty painless. However, some methods such as the use of glycolic acid, electrocautery and the common shaving off procedure can be quite painful. However, this pain is minimal. Seborrheic Keratosis lesions can also be removed through natural means. These natural procedures mainly include the use of herbs, tree roots and the ingestion of relevant vitamins. The natural means of removing Seborrheic Keratosis lesions are not commonly practiced due to a number of reasons. Firstly, there is insufficient information on the right tree roots and herbs that can execute the function effectively.

Research into these alternative treatment methods is largely inconclusive hence the confidence levels in this treatment approach remains significantly low. The tree roots and herbs that are hailed as good at removing the Seborrheic Keratosis lesions are also quite scarce. Moreover, many of these products tend to be more effective if used while still fresh. This largely restricts their usability with most of them reaching some markets after the medicinal value has already faded away. Perhaps more importantly, people tend to lack the amount of patience required to get rid of the Seborrheic Keratosis lesions through natural means. The method works quite slowly and may even take months before any meaningful results can be observed. This is an unfavourable option for most people especially where the lesions appear in highly visible body parts such as the face, chest or shoulders.

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