HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES FOR SEBORREIC KERATOSIS
Seborrheic keratosis is one of the most common noncancerous skin growths in older adults.
A seborrheic keratosis usually appears as a brown, black or light tan growth on the face, chest, shoulders or back. The growth has a waxy, scaly, slightly elevated appearance. Occasionally, it appears singly, but multiple growths are more common. Seborrheic keratoses don't become cancerous, but they can look like skin cancer.
Seborrheic keratoses are normally painless and require no treatment. You may decide, however, to have them removed if they become irritated by clothing or for cosmetic reasons.
The exact cause of seborrheic keratoses isn't known. They are very common and generally increase in number with age. They tend to run in some families, so inheritance may play a role.
A seborrheic keratosis usually has the appearance of a waxy or wart-like growth. It typically appears on the face, chest, shoulders or back of the body. A seborrheic keratosis:
· Ranges in color, usually from light tan to brown or black
· Is round or oval shaped
· Has a characteristic "pasted on" look
· Is flat or slightly elevated with a scaly surface
· Ranges in size from very small to more than 1 inch (2.5 centimeters) across
· May itch
You may develop a single growth or cluster of growths. Though not painful, seborrheic keratoses may prove bothersome depending on their size and location. Be careful not torub, scratch or pick them. This can lead to inflammation, bleeding and, in rare cases infection
1. Carcinosin 200- Start treatment with this remedy
2. Baryta mur. 3X—Painful nodosity at the point of the nose with slight pricking
3. Baryta carb. 30—Eruptions on the face
4. Calcarea carb.200-In fat , fair, flabby persons
5. Staphysagria 200-Face and body with thick scabs and
6. Thuja occ.200--Face netted with spider like veins
Dark under the eyes. Dry skin with brown spots