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Can you use sea salt on seborrheic keratosis?

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Dr. Jay Bradley
Ophthalmology - LASIK Surgery

In brief: Yes

You can use sea salt on seborrheic keratosis but it will not be effective to get rid of this issue.
See a dermatologist to have the sk removed (by either excision, cryotherapy).

In brief: Yes

You can use sea salt on seborrheic keratosis but it will not be effective to get rid of this issue.
See a dermatologist to have the sk removed (by either excision, cryotherapy).
Dr. Jay Bradley
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Dr. Shaym Puppala
Internal Medicine

In brief: Probably not helpful

Salt can be exfoliative when rubbed against the skin, but it is unlikely that a thick fleshy seborrheic keratosis would respond to such treatment.

In brief: Probably not helpful

Salt can be exfoliative when rubbed against the skin, but it is unlikely that a thick fleshy seborrheic keratosis would respond to such treatment.
Dr. Shaym Puppala
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