Symptoms and treatment of keratosis
Keratosis is a category of different non-inflammatory skin diseases, characterized by one common symptom – a violation of the process of the formation of the corneous layer. In other words, keratosis leads to the excessive thickening of the corneous layer and the delay of regular exfoliation. The most common variety of keratosis is seborrheic keratosis.
Seborrheic keratosis is a benign formation on the skin. With age, older persons may notice the symptoms of seborrheic keratosis. As a rule, these are the spots of different configuration, size, and color. Most often, the color scheme of the spots varies from fleshly and brown to dark color. Spots can be flat or protrude above the skin surface.
It is well known that in children, the corneous layer is thin, exfoliation occurs regularly and by itself. In older people, the skin coarsens, which leads to the thickening of the corneous layer. In this, keratosis develops on any parts of the body: face, breast, hands, and neck. Seborrhea can be single or consist of the group of neoplasms located close to each other. The disease develops slowly. Having emerged once, it doesn’t tend to progress or transform into a malignant tumor.
Causes of disease
To date, the causes of seborrheic keratosis are not identified. The doctors believed in the viral origin of the disease, but the version was not confirmed. The reason of photoreactivity also had not been approved (skin reaction to the ultraviolet radiation). At the moment, the doctors put forward two causes of seborrheic keratosis:
- Gerontological factor. The disease develops in people over the age of 40. Probably, with age, the skin structure changes, causing the appearance of keratomas.
- Genetic predisposition (hereditary nature of the disease)
Seborrheic keratosis is a disease that doesn’t cause discomfort in the form of itching and irritation. Moreover, it doesn’t hurt a person’s health. Aesthetic trouble is the only negative manifestation of keratosis. However, you should be wary if the neoplasms show rapid growth. In this case, dermatology consultation wouldn’t hurt. There are cases when cancer simulates keratosis, while the cancer cells successfully mask and develop among keratoma cells.
A characteristic feature of seborrheic keratitis is that they quickly multiply. Over the years, keratomas increase, becoming coarser and begin to resemble warts, but, unlike them, do not disappear by themselves. Some keratomas increase in diameter up to 2,5 cm and even more, varying in color from flesh to black. Typical patches of seborrheic keratoses located on the surface of the skin and sometimes are accidentally torn or scraped by fingernails. But this is not always possible, so do not try to remove them that way.
The liquid preparations for warts treatment have less efficiency and can leave the skin burns. There is one alternative to “PapillomasFree” methods of keratoma removal, which you can be offered in beauty salons and dermatological clinics:
- liquid nitrogen
This method is not effective, and has a high price. It also leaves pigmentation and scars.
The medicine “PapillomasFree” provides 100% efficiency. Each keratitis requires from 1 to 3 treatments with a thick layer of the liquid “PapillomasFree”. No scarring and loss of pigmentation of the skin remain. 1 package of the cream is enough for about 20-30 uses.
Application and usage of “PapillomasFree”
Before use, mix the contents of a bottle with applicator. With a sharp end of the applicator apply a thin layer of the medicine directly to the affected area, avoiding contact with the surrounding healthy tissues. Let the composition dry for 10-20 minutes and rinse off in the next 10 hours.
Keratitis demand from one to three treatments with a thick layer with an interval of one day.
During the first days after the procedure, the treated areas darken, and self exfoliate. In general, from 2 weeks to 2 months, there is a complete regeneration of tissue without scarring and loss of pigmentation. Problem areas that are applied with “PapillomasFree,” does not require additional processing by any other means. If adjacent healthy skin is damaged, it is effective to use buckthorn oil. If the final result is not achieved, the procedure can be repeated after 2-3 weeks. Local reactions may occur in the form of short-term burning.
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