Seborrheic keratoses: can I freeze it off myself with a wart remover freeze?

Seborrheic Keratosis. Freezing with liquid nitrogen (cryosurgery). Cryosurgery can be an effective way to remove seborrheic keratoses. However, it may not work on large, thick growths, and it may lighten the treated skin (hypopigmentation). Cryosurgery is more effective at the doctors office because it is much colder, -320 vrs -55 from otc products.

Related Questions

My boyfriend did a biopsy and was diagnosed seborrheic keratosis instead of HPV wart which was a good news but is it still dangerous for me?

NO. It is not a germ, not an infection, not a wart, not a cancer. OK to ignore it. Read more...
Not necesssarily. Seborrheic keratosis in the genital region often do harbor HPV, the same virus that causes warts. Generally they will not be high risk, oncogenic subtypes. Given your age you might want to take the HPV vaccine. Read more...

How can you tell the difference between genital warts or seborrheic keratosis?

Classic appearance. I have seen pictures of both and i can see some similar features, but warts on he genitals are condyloma until you prove they are not ! Read more...
Need biopsy. To truly differentiate you woud need a biopsy coupled with a stain for HPV. SK's usually are pigmented/ Read more...