2. ROUGH RAISED GROWTHS: SEBORRHEIC KERATOSIS
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“Basically cousins of lentigines, seborrheic keratosis are thicker versions that must be removed by scraping or freezing. Most lasers won’t completely do the trick, but some may help. When removed in a cosmetically elegant way, they may recur. But, if they’re removed aggressively enough to guarantee no recurrence, scarring may result. Balance and appropriate expectations are key.”
2 Responses to “8 Skin Conditions That Pop Up After You Turn 45”
rebecca huff says:
why do we have to click 9 times to read the article? Why not let us read it all on one page. No thanks! won’t be reading!
Tired Gramma says:
I laugh ruefully when I read articles like these. Only the very rich and pampered women can even think about anti-aging help like this. The rest of us, well we go to the drugstore shelf and buy lots of hope in jars….. LOL and it DOES pay, no matter what, to take care of yourself. The BIGGEST thing is stay OUT of that SUN. don’t smoke! use butter, coconut oil, trust me, your skin will look better for it. The one thing I wish wish I could have done is to lift my eye area… you know, the skin is falling over my eyelids? What will later? I won’t see for the skin folds? ha