Freezing Method for Seborrheic Keratosis

| Modified on Apr 14, 2019

2 User Reviews



Posted by Dee (North Carolina) on 03/03/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I'll start with, I am an RN. Yes, there are different types of keratoses. I am covered with the seborrheic type. My heritage is Irish and Danish(very prone to this condition). It is very rare to have just one or two. Be sure to check with a dermatologist before removing a single lesion. I have had many removed with liquid nitrogen. This gets to be very expensive. Recently, I read about using the can of spray used to clean your computer. If you turn the can upside down and spray, you get a frigid blast, very similar to liquid nitrogen. It works. I have also used dry ice and this is just as successful. I am very skeptical of the potions like ACV and eggplant. Just freeze them and get it over with.

Replied by Chris
(Yorkshire)
11/15/2016

I think I would be more nervous about using a chemical for cleaning computer screens on my skin than using ASV which is not a potion but vinegar.

Replied by Linda
(Rio Vista, Ca)
01/12/2017

Over the counter wart remover gel, when applied to keratoses, works well. Spots peel off within 5 days. Recommended to me by an RN.

Replied by Sandra
(Wa)
03/17/2017

I am a medical doctor. I am also from Arizona where sunburns were routine during the 1970s. My neck, cervical collar, etc. are covered with hundreds. I discovered insurance will not cover their liquid nitrogen removal anymore. Wart remover is recommended as an alternative so I am trying that next. Organic apple cider vinegar was used for weeks, 2x daily and was useless. I may even try that ice cold compressed air for computer keyboard cleaning as suggested. I am desperate to get these things off. After studying it out, I have determined part of my affliction has an endocrine disorder causation. I seriously hate these things and scraping and picking at them make them sore and larger. Yes... as I said above; I'm desperate to get these "barnacles of age" off!

Replied by Htownfarmer
(Houston, Texas)
03/18/2017
9 posts

Try Organic ACV with baking soda - paste. Do Apple Cider Vinegar internally.

There is other stuff on this site. Eggplant tonic, Essential oils

I have been butchered many times, frozen also. You have to declare all out war on the "barnacles of age". This site has helped me. Good luck.


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Posted by Cathy (St. Louis) on 07/11/2015
5 out of 5 stars

The dermatologist sprays something one them to freeze them and they will be gone in a week or so. It kind of burns a little and then scabs but works. No need for surgery!!!!! I've had it done numerous times.


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Posted by Joann (Okla) on 05/13/2015

Dry Ice for Seborrheic Keratosis:

If you have a handy spouse or friend you use dry ice and freeze the uglies off. Use a drill to drill plugs of dry ice and hold ice onto ugly for about 13 seconds. Hurts no worsen than having a doctor freeze them off. Hubs does this to me about once a year. Works good.

Replied by Gerald
(Nevada)
06/17/2015

Your remedy was encouraging! My question is: where do you get "drill to drill" plugs of dry ice?

Replied by Sibyl S
(N. Fl)
09/01/2015

There are drill bits that cut cylindrical plugs, called 'plug cutters'. Don't touch the dry ice with fingers - use pliars with insulated handles, or something to protect hands.