What are seborrheic keratosis?
Seborrheic keratosis are common noncancerous skin growths. People tend to get more as they age. Seborrheic keratosis are usually brown or black. They appear waxy, scaly and slightly raised. They usually appear on the head, neck, chest or back. They are harmless and not contagious.
You may choose to have them removed as they can become irritated by clothing or if you don't like how they look. It is important that you don’t self-diagnose however and always check with your doctor to confirm that they are seborrheic keratosis and non-cancerous.
What can you do to prevent and remove milia?
- Use SPF – They have been linked to sun damage so be sure to use a sun protection daily especially in extreme sunlight
- Cauterisation – We use ACP (an advanced form of electrolysis) that involves using a probe with a current emitted to the end of it, by tapping this against the seborrheic keratosis it cauterises, causing it to harden up and fall off in the following weeks
With over 18 years combined experience in the Aesthetic industry, we have seen many clients suffering with seborrheic keratosis and equipped ourselves with the right tools to manage them while considering budget and lifestyle.
We are not medical practitioners however and cannot diagnose skin lesions so we require a doctors letter confirming that they are seborrheic keratosis before we can proceed with removal.
All of our treatments are results driven and clinically proven to make sure you get the smooth skin that you deserve.
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Seborrheic Keratosis FAQ
ACP (blemish removal) treatment is recommended to safely cuaterise the seborrheic keratosis. The treatment only takes a few minutes to perform and the lesions will fall off naturally in a matter of a few days.
Use a daily sun protection, especially in extreme sunlight and exfoliate your skin regularly.