Signs And Symptoms of Seborrheic Keratoses
This skin disease can resemble stucco splattered on the skin. It tends to:
- Begin as small, rough bumps, which gradually thickens and develop a warty surface
- Be brown although it can be white or black
- Possess a waxy, stuck-on-the-skin appearance
- Be painless but come with some itch
- Affects other parts of the body like the scalp, back, face, neck, stomach, chest, except the soles and palms.
If you have these symptoms, do well to visit our Dermatology Clinic right away.