Best Way to Remove Seborrheic Keratosis
The removal of the old age spots or senile keratosis can be done through various methods. Many of these methods may have their own advantages and disadvantages with most people having their own preferences. It may therefore be difficult to authoritatively determine the best way to remove Seborrheic Keratosis. Naturalists have specifically been at the forefront in their efforts to discredit the scientific treatment methods with the argument that the use of natural remedies may be the most effective ones in treating Seborrheic Keratosis. However, this assertion has as many proponents as it does opponents.
The opponents of the natural remedies insist that the treatment methods are too slow. In their opinion, the fast scientific remedies of removing Seborrheic Keratosis must be adopted; especially where the parts affected as highly visible and of high cosmetic importance. For instance, a person having unsightly growths on their faces would certainly not have the patience to wait until the treatment takes effect. Natural remedies also come as mysterious procedures only a few people having the knowledge on how they can be used in removing Seborrheic Keratosis effectively. Such persons tend to have information that is not verifiable and are in many cases persons with a somewhat inferior level of education. The third reason why the use of natural remedies may not be acknowledged as the best way of removing Seborrheic Keratosis is the fact that some of the products believed to be of great medicinal value that are proposed tend to be very rare. Those seeking to use this method tend to search for long before accessing them. For a treatment method to be effective, it must be readily accessible to the critical mass.
Proponents of the natural remedies are also not without a fair share of justifications. To start with, they observe that all other removal methods are largely curative making the natural means of removing Seborrheic Keratosis the only methods that focus on both the curative and preventive aspects. In their opinion, the skin is a fully functional tissue and it can defend itself from attacks from skin diseases and other conditions. The boosting of immunity is the best option of dealing with Seborrheic Keratosis. This assertion is based on the knowledge that when such growths are finally removed, the skin is left stronger and in a position to fight off future attacks. These arguments appear to be valid and in the absence of evidence to the contrary, it must be appreciated that scientists are yet to come up with ways of preventing Seborrheic Keratosis.
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