senile keratosis

What Does Keratosis Look Like?

March 1, 2012

Keratosis a condition that has affected many people in the world and it is everyone’s concern to know what it looks like. This is a skin disorder that affects various parts of the body. It has different signs and symptoms. The condition  is known to be caused by various factors which range from excessive sunlight [...]

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How Do I Know Its Keratosis

February 1, 2012

Keratosis is a skin disorder that is wide spread. Keratosis can get worse mostly during winter and get better during summer. It affects both adult and adolescents and 42% of this population is affected by this disorder. This disorder occurs more in women than men. It can cause depression and anxiety to an individual affected. [...]

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Keratosis Type

January 25, 2012

Keratosis is a skin disorder occurring as a result of elevated blemish on the skin. Overgrowth of layers of horny skin such as wart or cellus results to this condition. People who are more likely to be affected by this condition are those who expose their skin to excessive sunlight. Some other skin conditions are [...]

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Skin Keratosis

December 21, 2011

Senile Keratosis the type of skin Keratosis looks like the moles that appear on the face, or on the back. For most of the people who are above fifty years of age, they appear on the back of the hands. These spots appear on the skin of those people who have fair complexion or paled [...]

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Senile Keratosis

October 21, 2011

Senile keratosis are growths that looks like mole appearing on the face, back and hands of people who are thirty to fifty years of age and above.  It is common with people who have fair and paled skin.  The growths are not painful and they have no correlation in any way with cancer. It usually [...]

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Protect Your Children from Keratosis

January 12, 2011

Children & Keratosis Because children have very sensitive skin unlike adults their skin care has to be gentle since skin damage in a child can be permanent and can go on until they get old. The rays of the sun for example can be harmful and can cause a child to develop freckles and although [...]

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Keratosis Pilaris: Widespread, But Harmless, It Affects Half The Population

November 14, 2010

Affecting more than half the world’s adult population, keratosis pilaris is a widespread skin disorder whose cause is unknown, but which looks like a permanent case of goosebumps. Keratosis pilaris is one of the most widespread forms of keratosis as 40 to 50 percent of the adult population suffers from the skin disorder. It also [...]

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KERATOSIS

November 7, 2010

Keratosis is a condition where there is an excessive production of keratin on the skin. This production can occur anywhere and for different reasons and because of that keratosis is further divided into smaller branches. One of these branches is known as pilaris keratosis.

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ACTINIC KERATOSIS

October 29, 2010

Skin conditions are so common these days that almost everyone is guaranteed to have one form or the other. What most people don’t know is that 80% of their skin conditions are caused by the sun. It is not only heat that reaches us from the sun. Other harmful rays known as Ultra Violet rays [...]

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KERATOSIS

October 17, 2010

Keratosis is a skin condition which develops as a result of excess keratin being produced. This results in hard crusty skin. Keratosis is not usually harmful but there are some forms of this skin condition that are premalignant and have chances of forming cancer. Keratosis has sub types some of which are solar keratosis, actinic [...]

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