keratosis treatments

Seborrhoeic Keratosis Home Removal

December 3, 2011

The great interest in the treatment of skin conditions has been very instrumental in the development of Seborrhoeic Keratosis home removal methods. Some of the most common methods of Seborrhoeic Keratosis home removal include the use of hydrogen peroxide, the intake of selected vitamins and supplements, the use glycolic acid and the use of cold [...]

Read the full article →

Keratosis Types

November 9, 2011

Keratosis is never one of the best things anyone will want to experience. It may be true that some forms of it do not lead to any cancer on the skin. But this does still not make this skin problem attractive. It can make the skin look rather ugly to the extent that no one [...]

Read the full article →

Senile Warts

November 1, 2011

Seborrheic Keratosis and Senile Warts Senile warts is a skin condition in which harmless skin lesions develop on an individual’s skin. This phrase is used as a substitute for seborrheic keratosis. The skin disorder is also known as brown warts due to the very nature of their color; the bumps are usually brown. seborrheic keratosis [...]

Read the full article →

Frictional Keratosis

October 26, 2011

Frictional keratosis is a skin growth that can result from mild mechanical trauma or irritation of the skin. It could also arise from excess deposit of keratin due to a process called hyperkeratinization. This condition derives its name from the act of friction (another object constantly rubbing itself against the skin) and this may lead to [...]

Read the full article →

How to Get Rid of Seborrhoeic Keratosis

October 23, 2011

Removal of Seborrhoeic Keratosis is one of the major options that normally run through the mind of a young person either in middle age or an adult above 40 years. Most people who begin to contemplate treatment would love to restore the texture and beauty of their skin. They would not merely sit back and [...]

Read the full article →

Stucco Keratosis

October 14, 2011

Stucco keratosis is another skin disorder that people are constantly battling with on daily basis. Since they affect the image of an individual (they are unusual skin growths), its removal is usually inevitable in spite of being benign. Stucco keratosis is sometimes referred to as keratosis alba and mainly affect people’s lower extremities as well [...]

Read the full article →

Seborrheic Keratosis Removal

October 8, 2011

The number of people suffering from Seborrheic Keratosis is swelling at an alarming rate. However, what is more worrying is that almost every individual stands very high chances of developing this skin disorder in future. While some people might welcome it as part of growing older, others might be adversely affected by this condition especially [...]

Read the full article →

Seborrheic Keratosis And Vitamins

September 4, 2011

Sebhorreic Keratosis is a type of wart-like skin outgrowth that may appear on any part of the body. Although some become itchy and painful, they are benign and are not cancerous. This is not to mean however, that they cannot develop into skin cancer. In fact, there are types of Sebhorreic Keratosis that are known [...]

Read the full article →

LED Light Therapy For Seborrheic Keratosis

September 2, 2011

LED Light Therapy For Seborrheic Keratosis The body contains cells which are generally capable of healing and reproducing themselves using a naturally cellular energy known as ATP or adenosine triphosphate. When the skin is damaged for example when suffering from scabies, the ATP stimulates cell regeneration to heal and enable the restoration of the injured [...]

Read the full article →

Actinic & Seborrheic Keratosis Treatments

September 1, 2011

Hyperkeratinization of skin is the main source of keratosis. Keratin is the main component of human hair and fingernail and toenails. When it is produced excessively, skin problems like keratosis can occur. Distinctive types have different symptoms and corresponding treatment. Actinic keratosis is also known as solar or senile keratosis. AK is said to be [...]

Read the full article →