Wart Remover for Seborrheic Keratosis

| Modified on Apr 14, 2019

1 User Review



Posted by Ron (Redding, CA) on 10/01/2014

Seborrheic Keratosis can be removed easily with common drug store wart remover. The gel kind works best. Apply a coating of the wart remover to the keratosis, being careful to cover only the keratosis. Reapply every other day for three or four times. Then leave it alone for a week or two until the dried wart remover starts to come loose. Then just peel the remover and the keratosis off.

Replied by Mary
(Boston Us)
05/03/2015
1 out of 5 stars

I have tried this and the bumpy skin turns very white and separates so I peel it off but this does not kill the white seeds that start the whole process over again. Any suggestions?