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Are there any good over-the-counter or sebborheic keratosis remover creams?
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Dr. Ally-Khan Somani
Dermatology
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In brief: No
Removal of seborrheic keratoses (sk) is not possible without more invasive procedures.
Sks are benign and one tends to get more of these with aging. Cosmetic removal includes cryosurgery, laser surgery, ed&c (electrodesication & currettage) and surgical excision. If an sk is in a location that is constantly being irritated then a doctor will usually remove it.

In brief: No
Removal of seborrheic keratoses (sk) is not possible without more invasive procedures.
Sks are benign and one tends to get more of these with aging. Cosmetic removal includes cryosurgery, laser surgery, ed&c (electrodesication & currettage) and surgical excision. If an sk is in a location that is constantly being irritated then a doctor will usually remove it.
Dr. Ally-Khan Somani
Dr. Ally-Khan Somani
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