Castor Oil for Seborrheic Keratosis

| Modified on Apr 14, 2019

2 User Reviews



Posted by Ken E. (United States) on 04/14/2019
4 out of 5 stars

Castor oil applied directly to seborrheic keratosis is softening and dissolving the growths. Rubbing it in is good too.


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Posted by Patty (Oklahoma) on 08/26/2015
5 out of 5 stars

I have fought these keratosis and have gotten rid of all of them once my rubbing castor oil on them once a day. It took about 6 months and one day I just noticed they were all gone. Castor oil is very oily so if you try this wear an old tshirt or something you don't care about getting oil on. I have bought some wart remover and I'm going to see if that will work. I dislike the way they look but mine itch like crazy and I'm tired of having them.

Replied by Liz
(Uk)
07/16/2016

Confusing saying you got rid of them with Castor Oil but now trying something else if you got rid of them why do you need to try something else?

Replied by Anon
(Uk)
11/20/2016

Replying to Liz -

I think she is saying that she had it once before and got rid of it using castor oil, but now it is back and she wants to try something else that could probably take less than 6 months.

I have something on my neck. I counted it, 30 small brown spots (mostly in one area of my neck with a few isolated on its on). After taking a magnifying mirror to look at it further I noticed they are raised a bit and looks like a growth. I am not sure what it is, but I used coconut oil and castor oil for a few weeks and gave a good scrub to the area everyday - I noticed a small improvement. The scrubbing was a bit too much and my neck felt raw so I stopped. I am ready to try some ACV to see if they will improve faster and hopefully be gone for good.