Seborrheic Keratosis

Having smooth, blemish free skin is something we all dream about, unfortunately, it is often not the reality.
Thanks to our every day life which includes, pollution, exposure to the sun, junk food, coffee drinking, smoking and stress, our skin often ends up suffering for our poor choices. Of course, as we age, the skin becomes less and less flexible and, for many, this is when we start seeing a lot more of the imperfections that somehow, were not present yesterday.
While it is a good idea to be very vigilant when it comes to all growths and markings of your skin, in most instances, these are but blemishes that are both unattractive and annoying. While age spots are very prevalent as you grow older, you will also find that the appearance of Seborrheic Keratosis is also something that is becoming more and more apparent on your skin.
Seborrheic Keratosis is simply the medical term for little benign growths that look a lot like warts, although they are not. These growths are usually discolored and bumpy and do look remarkably like warts. These growths are also painless although they can sometimes be itchy and seem to appear in clusters on certain parts of your body. Although there are no scientific answers as to what causes these harmless growths, genetics and exposure to sun have been identified as culprits.
As with most non cancerous skin diseases, Seborrheic Keratosis can be annoying and very unsightly, which means that finding a removal method is usually a number one priority. Unfortunately, there have been many methods advertised as being the ideal method. These procedures include electrocautery which involves burning the skin through a current of electricity or cryosurgery which means freezing the growth with liquid nitrogen.
There is a topical cream available called Ag3derm which when applied for 14 days will remove seborrheic keratosis leaving no scarring.