Seborrhoeic Wart Removal

February 25, 2012

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Seborrhoeic keratosis may be a common name to you. But seborrhoeic wart may sound rather strange. Both seborrhoeic keratosis and seborrhoeic warts is one and the same thing. This skin condition can also be referred to as basal cell papilloma.

This skin condition can be found on any part of the body; it can even be found on the groins. It had never been known to have any link with cancer. It is a completely benign skin condition. You can then leave it on your skin without worrying about it leading to something bad.

Seborrhoeic warts is however associated with age. As you grow older, you have a higher chance of ending up with it.  This is not to say that the skin condition does not come up on younger individuals, but the number of younger ones having it is completely incomparable with the number of adults with the skin condition.

It is true that the skin condition does not have any link with cancer, but thing can actually get complicated if the seborrhoeic warts catches on your clothing. The clothing can get it bruised and it may end up being infected.

This is one of the reasons you need to get rid of the skin condition on time. There are some very simple treatment methods that can be implemented for the removal of the skin condition. Some of the simple ones you can carry out at home without any visit to a dermatologist will be highlighted below.

Get liquid nitrogen

You can buy liquid nitrogen over the counter and apply it on the skin condition.  The liquid nitrogen will get it frozen and get rid of it from your skin. After treatment with liquid nitrogen, some scars may be left. You can get id of the scars using some simple topical creams. The topical creams will get the scar and spots bleached and return your skin to normal.  The liquid nitrogen is very cheap to buy and it can work its magic on your seborrhoeic warts in a matter of days.

 Hydrogen peroxide too

You can also use hydrogen peroxide to remove this skin condition from your skin. The process involves diluting the hydrogen peroxide to 30% concentration. Apply this diluted solution on the skin condition and you can be sure of healing in a matter of days or weeks; depending on how frequently you apply the solution to the seborrhoeic warts.

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