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Barnacles of Aging Information and Treatment

The medical name for it is Seborrheic keratoses. Seborrheic keratoses are benign plaques, beige to brown or even black, 3-20 mm in diameter, with a velvety or warty surface. It appears as if they have been pasted or stuck into the skin. They look like brown wax on the skin. They are common-especially in the elderly-and may be mistaken for melanomas or other types of cutaneous neoplasms. Although they may be frozen with liquid nitrogen or curetted if they itch or are inflamed, no treatment is needed. Seborrheic keratoses are non-cancerous growths of the outer layer of skin. They may be single or appear in clusters. Seborrheic keratoses are usually brown in color, but can vary in color from light tan to black. They vary in size from a fraction of an inch in diameter to larger than a half-dollar. A main feature of seborrheic keratoses is their waxy, "pasted-on" or "stuck-on" look. They sometimes look like a dab of warm brown candle wax that has dropped onto the skin.

Most women hate the appearance of these skin growths and may be concerned. Different degrees of Pigmentation have Barnacles of Aging. Epidermal growth factors play a role in the development of these skin growths, which develop from the proliferation of epidermal cells. They begin as light brown points, which become darker with a wart appearance. Some become almost black when sun tan lotions is used but have no relation to skin cancer. They appear frequent on the box and have a kind of wax feeling and to look. They are not contagious and will not spread. Some may have little black or white circles in the middle and the surface appear irregular.

 


 

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