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How To Remove Keratosis At Home

How To Remove Keratosis At Home

Keratosis can make your skin look old and make you feel rather ugly. A small growth is enough to blemish your skin. It will be great if you can get rid of keratoses easily and without scarring. The skin condition is caused by the accumulation of keratin on the skin’s surface. It can form on several parts of the body; especially those areas that are exposed to the sun regularly.  The earlier the seborrheic keratosis is removed the easier it will be. There are several methods that can be utilized to get rid of the skin condition. The following methods are recommended by many to get rid of a keratosis within only a few days after you have started treatment.

Tea tree oil

This treatment method is very helpful to get rid of your seborrheic keratosis. With the aid of the oil, you will never need to visit the doctor at all. While buying the oil, make sure that you buy the original thing. It is important for the oil to be 100% pure. You only need to apply the oil directly on the surface of the skin condition. But before you carry out the application, you need to first of all wash the surface of the skin and allow it to dry. After this, you can place the oil on the keratosis.

In order to improve how the tea tree oil works on the keratosis, you need to apply it for up to two or three times in a day. This will help you to get rid of the skin condition. In order to be on the safe side, you should ensure that you continue with the application for up to a week after the keratosis had been removed from your skin.


Ag3derm uses H2O2 – a natural liquid that when applied to a seborrheic keratosis will react & dry out the lesion forming a scab. The scab will then miraculously fall off revealing clear skin beneath. This is a tried & tested home remedy for keratosis with a great success rate. One or 2 applications per day for a few days should be enough for the SK to dry out, then you should leave it to fall off naturally. The hydrogen peroxide can be tricky to apply so it is advisable to use a q-tip soaked in the liquid which you then apply to the area. Also you should be careful not to apply the liquid to the surrounding skin and some petroleum jelly can be used.

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