Keratosis Seborrheic Home Care
Home care for seborrheic keratosis may include:
- Wear clothing that blocks the sun's rays.
- Use sunscreen if you are out in the sun for more than 30 minutes.
- Use a sunscreen that protects against UVA.
- Stay out of the sun between 10 AM and 4 PM, when the sun's rays are strongest.
- Perform regular skin self-examinations
Keratosis Seborrheic Warning Signs
Notify your doctor for:
- New skin lesion in someone older than 40
- New skin lump or bump in any location
- Moles, skin lumps or skin bumps with the following:
Continue to Keratosis Seborrheic Prevention
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