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Seborrhoeic Keratosis

Seborrhoeic keratosis is a common, harmless skin growth that often appears on the face, chest, or back. It's also known as a senile wart, barnacle, or shagreen patch.


The most common reasons for seborrhoeic keratoses are age and sun exposure. However, they can also be caused by other things such as genetics, infectious agents, and certain medications.

Seborrhoeic keratoses treatment

Most seborrhoeic keratoses will eventually disappear without any treatment, but if you want them removed for cosmetic reasons, they can be treated in our medical clinic with the Lamprobe machine.

Book your consultation for a skin assessment to create a personalised treatment for healthy-looking skin.

Seborrhoeic Keratosis

Following treatments are recommended

Book an initial consultation for $100 (1 hour) to create a tailored treatment plan for your skin needs and budget.

Disclaimer: Book your initial consultation with a qualified esthetician now to have your skin concerns assessed. Results may vary, depending on the individual. Primavera Clinic can consult with you to confirm if this treatment is right for you.

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