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Seborrheic Keratosis Treatment – Tried and Tested

Seborrheic Keratosis RemovalSeborrheic keratosis treatment is often aimed at people of an older age hence the nickname barnacles of old age, however, you do not have to be elderly to suffer with Seborrheic keratosis, (also called seborrheic verruca, seborrheic warts or senile wart) in fact they are even found on people aged 15-25. So don’t be alarmed if you find yourself with what are often described as flat brown warts, (but can range from white to black) they are not dangerous, contagious or cancerous growths but quite harmless.

What Causes Seborrheic Keratosis?

It is uncertain what causes us to have seborrheic keratosis which is really just a build-up of ordinary skin cells. We do know that they are more commonly found on parts of the body that are exposed to the sun, as in hands or face and neck but not always. As we said before, more often they appear after middle age and are sometimes hereditary. Some studies show that stress can worsen the condition, but this is not conclusive. Treatment it seems is easier to find than the reason for these annoying flat warts in our lives.

Tried and tested products for dry cracked skin

Our tried and tested seborrheic keratosis treatment consists of a natural cold-pressed therapy bar which reduces the hard spots on the skin and our Derma Protector which helps to boost the immune system and eventually destroy the warts.

These products have had a very high success rate during our extensive clinical trials, and we have been given many fantastic results by our customers.

Like this one….

Warts have now disappeared altogether
My skin is so much smoother and some of the flat warts have now disappeared altogether. I love the soap and the balm type cream.

For more testimonials from our customers read – Syrinx Za customer testimonials

How can seborrheic keratosis be treated?

With our natural treatment it couldn’t be easier, there is no surgery and no chemicals involved.

Before bed – After washing the skin with the Deep Cleansing Therapy Soap; create a thick lava with the soap and apply it to the affected area, rub in vigorously for a few minutes. Let the soap dry and leave overnight. The longer you leave the soap on the better as then the sapropel (zander) can work its magic.

In the morning – Rinse your skin with warm water to remove the soap that had been working hard on your skin all night and re-apply: this time you can wash off after 30mins if you need to (although the longer you can let the Zander work the better) and then apply the Derma Protector to the affected areas.

Apply the Derma Protector throughout the day for best results.

Within 2 weeks you should notice a difference with your skin, however complete wart removal can take up to 4-8 weeks so please be patient and keep up the Seborrheic Keratosis Treatment routine.

Please note: If seborrheic keratosis causes you any concerns for instance if it is very dark, inflamed or bleeding then do consult your doctor.

What is Seborrheic Keratosis

Seborrheic Keratosis, also known as Senile warts are a benign skin growth that originates in epidermis. Looking like liver spots, seborrheic keratoses are seen more in older people hence their Senile Warts nick name.

They manifest themselves in colours from light tan to black. They can be oval or round and they feel flat or very slightly raised. They are generally no larger than about 1 inch. They can resemble and are often referred to as keratosis warts or seborrheic warts, though they have no viral origins.

Because seborrheic keratosis warts appear in the top layers of the epidermis/skin, seborrheic keratoses are often described as looking like they are painted on to the skin. “seborrheic warts”.

What Causes Seborrheic Keratosis Warts?

As advanced as medical science is, it is still not certain what causes Seborrheic Keratosis, however because they appear on the arms, back face and neck excessive sun exposure could be to blame, so “wear sun screen…”

Also there is a theory that physiological stress has the potential to worsen Seborrheic Keratosis.

Seborrheic Keratosis Natural Treatment

When correctly diagnosed by a doctor or dermatologist there is no real danger to health, however there is a slight danger of infection by picking or scratching Seborrheic Keratosis.

Although Seborrheic Keratosis can be treated with electrodesiccation and curettage, shave excision, or cryotherapy; many people opt for a more holistic approach which is simple skin health and hygene.

We recommend if you have Seborrheic Keratosis to use Syrinx Za natural products to help remove seborrheic keratosis. We use completely natural ingredients and suggest you use our Natural Cleansing Soap and Derma Protector Balm as a natural treatment.