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Seborrheic keratosis is a benign, well-circumscribed, slightly raised, tan to black, wary lesion of the skin of the face, neck, chest, or upper back. The macules are loosely covered with a greasy crust that leaves a raw pulpy base when removed. Itching is common. Recommendation: Read our article : "Skin Disorder = Blood Disorder" which features diet and remedies for prevention and healing. Also suggested: use of "Bentonite Clay" (1-2 times weekly) and facial steaming (3-5 times weekly)

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