A seborrheic keratosis or senile wart is a harmless skin growth. It is a common sign of skin aging. It is very common in adults over the age of 60 years. These occur in both males and females of all races. Usually, the growth begins to erupt in middle age.
Although seborrheic keratosis may disappear spontaneously, it may also persist. There are harmless. Therefore, one doesn’t treat it usually unless. READ MORE
Seborrheic keratosis are harmless & not contagious. The treatments may require multiple sessions based on the number of growths & their location.