Seborrhoeic keratosis is a benign, asymptomatic mass, primarily caused by the ageing process.
It can also be known as seborrhoeic warts, senile warts, barnacles or basal cell papilloma.
Seborrhoeic Keratosis often have a thick wart-like surface and are usually colourless when they appear and become brown to black over time.
Seborrhoeic keratosis can be confused with other skin conditions, so it is advisable to seek a GP’s advice before visiting to confirm your condition, however, if it is clearly diagnosed by Guest Expert Amy Gordon, then she can proceed with treatment.
Read our blog where we talk about this skin condition, the causes and how we can help. Click here to read.