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Hydrogen peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is an excellent treatment for a variety of skin diseases. It does, however, have certain downsides. Before you use hydrogen peroxide on your skin, you should be aware of what these are.


Hydrogen peroxide is a natural purifying agent that serves numerous purposes. It is good at sterilizing and disinfecting surfaces and tools. It is also utilized as an antibacterial agent.

However, it may pose a health risk. It can harm the eyes, skin, and mucous membranes. Even at low concentrations, hydrogen peroxide can produce blisters, ulcers, and stinging.

Inhaling anthraquinone hydrogen peroxide can cause coughing and dyspnea. The chemical reaction can potentially kill good cells, slowing the healing process.

Despite its ability to disinfect, hydrogen peroxide is not advised for wound care. Instead, current wound care focuses on water and water-based sterilants.

As a result, several commercial disinfectants contain peracetic acid as well as hydrogen peroxide. For roughly five minutes, the mixture is bactericidal, fungicidal, and virucidal.

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Treatment for seborrheic keratoses

Seborrheic keratoses (SKs) are noncancerous skin lesions. They normally grow slowly and can become inflamed. They often resemble warts, but they can also be brown, black, or waxy in color.

SKs are caused by an overgrowth of senescent epidermal cells. The cells are in the G1 arrest stage of the cell cycle. Cells are hyperadherent during this time. This means they can't get away.

Seborrheic keratoses can occur anywhere on the body. However, they are more common in adults over the age of 50. As the growths progress, they will thicken and create irritation. If you have a lot of these spots, you should see a dermatologist.

Curettage, cryotherapy, or laser therapy may be used to treat keratoses. Your healthcare practitioner will select which surgery is best for you based on the size of the lesion.

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