Seborrheic Keratosis Scalp
Seborrheic Keratosis is a non-cancerous skin growth on the top layer of the skin that is not contagious at every one. They exist in a different of types; these include the keratoses that grow on the head skin under the hair. First, there is appearance of a one spot which grow to clusters as you age. You feel like you are wearing a sand paper when you touch your head. An astonishing thing about these small bumps is that on their first occurrences they seem to come and go unnoticed. They seem white, brown or even black in color. After several time they increase into layer under the hair and reason itchy feelings. They can lead to irritation when they rub against your hat or still when your sporting gear rubs against them. When combing your hair, bleeding may also happen as an effect of the comb or styling equipments’ accidental rub on them.
Since it is impossible to resolve which keratoses will become cancerous, all lesions must be removed. Your dermatologist will have some alternative available for removing the keratoses including freezing or cryotherapy, chemical peels, chemotherapeutic creams, scraping or cutterage, dermabrasion and laser therapy. Of course, the best Seborrheic Keratosis Treatment is prevention. Actinic keratosis can be prevented by wearing sunscreen outdoors and by avoiding tanning booths.