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Hoping zapping will help with Seborrheic Keratosis/moles/warts.
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Published: 7 years ago

Hoping zapping will help with Seborrheic Keratosis/moles/warts.

Wondering if anyone can report success with the removal/improvement of Seborrheic keratosis (or warts/moles) with using a zapper? (Please note - I do NOT mean actinic or pilaris).

Seborrheic Keratoses are scaly bumps that appear mainly on the torso and legs as people age. 99.9% of dermatologists treat the problem superficially as they are not life threatening. I'm under 40 and have had them all over my body (mainly my back) since my mid-20's. Additionally, I've had outbreaks of warts on my hands on feet in the last 4 years that I've managed to keep under control but keep re-appearing.

I have looked into treatments for years including acids, freezing, topical gels, ACV, garlic, etc. The problem with these approaches is they they only treat one or two at a time.

SK's are believed to be genetic (my grandfather certainly had them) but I've also read theories about them being linked to candida, too much sun exposure at a young age (guilty), blood disorders and immune system function.

I've looked at zappers for years as a possible solution but have never pulled the trigger on buying one. I'm hoping someone here might have had success using a zapper for this problem?

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