Moles Warts and Skin Tags Non-surgical Removal Treatment
Date Posted : 2012-05-05
Group : Health And Beauty By Owner
OUR NON-SURGICAL REMOVAL TREATMENT for DERMATOSIS PAPULOSA NIGRA is PROVEN
SAFE, EFFECTIVE, PAINLESS, AFFORDABLE, and leaves NO SCARRING compared to other TREATMENTS.
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WHAT is a SKIN TAGS?
Skin tags are small peices of tissue attached to the skin by a connecting stalk. They are not dangerous, just bothersome.
They are mostly commonly found on the back, under the breasts, on the neck, on the chest, or in the groin area.
They are most pronounced in women who have gained significant amounts of weight as well as in the elderly.
Generally skin tags don't cause any pain unless irritated by clothing or jewlry that is rubbing excessively on the tag.
MOLES TREATMENT and MOLES REMOVAL
Remove moles that can obstruct or hinder your utmost life performance like moles in the tip of your nose, eyelids, lips of any big moles in
your face. Even though your moles are found to be benign, unnaturually big and benign moles with ragged-edges could still affect your self-
esteem. There are several ways on how to remove MOLES like using liquid nitrogen to freeze and remove your moles using
cryotherapy, removing moles through surgical incision, zapping your moles and removing them using laser surgery, or even removing
moles by electrocautery.
What is DERMATOSIS PAPULOSA NIGRA (Facial Moles?
Dermatosis papulosa nigra describes the presence of multiple, small, 1-5 mm diameter, smooth, firm, black or dark brown papules
on face and neck of black-skinned people. Dermatosis papulosa nigra affects abour 35% of African American. Also occurs among
dark-skinned Asians and Polynesians. Dermatosis papulosa nigra usually begins in adolescence. The incidence, number and size
of lesions increases with age. Lesions occur mainly on the cheeks and forehead but may also be found on the neck, upper back
and chest. Scaling, crusting and ulceration do not occur. The papules of dermatosis papulosa nigra are small seborrhoeic keratoses.
Dermatosis papulosa nigra is likely to be genetically determined with 40-50% of patients having a family history. It is believed to be due
to a naevoid developmental defect of the hair follicle.
Bill Cosby and Morgan Freeman are two famous celebrity people with this common skin condition.