Natural Remedy

Natural ways of removing seborrheic keratosis may include the use of a long hair. The long hair is tied around the base of the lesion or growth and is tightly pulled. The hair will cut off the growth from the skin naturally. It may take a day or two for the lesion to fall off but it will fall off. It may happen immediately if you have someone help you pull the hair tightly at the very base of the growth. There may be bleeding immediately following the removal of the lesion. The amount of bleeding is dependent on the size of the Seborrheic Keratosis.

Another natural way of removing Seborrheic Keratosis is to take garlic supplements daily. Over a period of time the supplements will cause the growth or lesion to dry out. The lesion will fall off as it dries up.

Herbal Remedy

There are herbal pills available which claim to treat seborrheic keratosis containing Ashwagandha, Liliaceae, Gum Benjamin, Ammonium Chloride and Myrobalan.