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Natural Removal Of Senile Warts

April 8, 2012

Several methods had been developed for the effective removal of senile warts. It might have already appeared on you or you are noticing it on your kids. You can be sure that you will not have any problem with how to get it removed. In most cases, the methods available for removing the skin condition [...]

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Treating Seborrheic Keratosis Warts

March 27, 2012

Seborrheic keratosis is a skin condition that can cause the appearance of wart-like skin growths. It is especially seen in people who are beyond the age of 40 years. Seborrheic keratosis is also prevalent in areas where people are subjected to a long period of exposure to the sun during normal days. Seborrheic keratosis sometimes [...]

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Seborrheic Wart Treatment

March 2, 2012

Anyone can have seborrheic wart. At the earliest stage of the skin condition, it may be somewhat difficult for you to even realize that you are having it. Many of the guys out there with the skin condition do not even have any of the symptoms that are usually associated with it.  It is just [...]

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Seborrhoeic Wart Removal

February 25, 2012

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 [...]

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Seborrheic Wart Removal

September 17, 2011

Most people who have the skin condition Seborrheic keratosis will develop elevated crusty spots on the skin. These are about 2 – 5 mm in diameter and appear as hard granular crusts. They are called Seborrheic warts. They may remain painless but sometimes they may cause severe irritation on the skin. Moreover they cause psychological [...]

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Senile Warts – Seborrheic Keratosis

September 10, 2011

When seborrheic keratosis (also known as senile warts) appears on the skin, the first thing that one will tend to do it to try and scratch it off. This is not something that skin specialists recommend one to do.  It beats common sense when one tries to remove something that simply is not painful from [...]

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Medical Treatments For Seborrhea

June 24, 2011

Seborrhea is a noncancerous infection that affects the skin and should not be confused with warts. It is not dangerous since it fades away on its own therefore there is no need to panic or rush medical treatment. However it is better to know whether the symptoms are of seborrhea or other skin infections. The [...]

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The Differences Between Seborrheic Keratosis & Some Other Common Skin Conditions

December 28, 2010

Seborrheic keratosis is often confused with some common skin disorders such as moles, warts and actinic keratosis.  Seborrheic keratosis is also different from the malignant skin cancer keratosis. Comparing seborrheic keratosis with warts, you should know that warts are caused by some form of virus while seborrheic keratosis are not. Warts develop very rapidly and [...]

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Actinic & Seborrheic Keratosis & Treatments

July 14, 2010

Keratosis is a skin condition caused by excessive keratin on skin. Our hair and nails are mostly composed of keratin. The skin is endangered if keratin is produced in excessive amounts. Different types of keratoses have different characteristics and corresponding treatment. Actinic Keratosis Actinic keratosis also goes by the name solar keratosis and senile keratosis. [...]

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Seborrheic Keratosis Removal Cream

June 15, 2010

Having smooth, blemish free skin is something we all dream about, unfortunately, it is often not the reality. Thanks to our every day life which includes, pollution, exposure to the sun, junk food, coffee drinking, smoking and stress, our skin often ends up suffering for our poor choices.  Of course, as we age, the skin [...]

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