WHAT IS SEBORRHEIC KERATOSIS?
Seborrhoeic keratosis, seborrhoeic warts, and basal cell papillomas are very common, harmless, usually pigmentated, skin growths. They are benign growths caused by a build‐up of keratinocyte cells.
Seborrhoeic keratoses have a rough surface and can range in colour from light to dark brown to almost black. Small flat seborrhoeic keratosis may become more raised and can become larger over the years. They can vary in size, colour and roughness.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEBORRHOEIC KERATOSIS TREATMENT
After an initial consultation where we can assess your suitability, we’ll talk through your treatment and see if more than one session is needed. Once we’ve answered all your questions, we can easily remove them using advanced electrolysis. This technique can treat target areas in minutes, to safely remove seborrhoeic keratosis, seborrhoeic warts and basal cell papillomas.
KERATOSIS REMOVAL AFTERCARE
Keep the area clean and avoid any products containing alcohol such as aftershave or perfume.
If the treatment has removed growths from an area which may chafe, applying a thin layer of petroleum jelly and a non-stick bandage will help.