What are the alternative or natural Sebaceous Hyperplasia remedies available to the general public?
There are several types of natural remedies that are available to you and can be applied in the comfort of your own home, such as mint juice, turmeric paste, oatmeal paste or cinnamon paste. Some people suffering from Sebaceous Hyperplasia have dropped small amounts of fresh mint juice over the affected areas each night and have recorded some positive changes. If this doesn't work, you can try to apply turmeric paste: simply add three teaspoons of turmeric powder into a cup containing 2 teaspoons of fresh mint juice, mix it and apply the resulting paste on the skin protrusions leaving it on the skin for approximately half-an-hour every day. Oatmeal paste is another option for those who do not wish to undergo a specialized Sebaceous Hyperplasia removal treatment. Mix a small quantity of natural yogurt with a greater quantity of fine oatmeal until the mixture turns into a homogenous paste and apply it over the skin lesions. As in the case of the turmeric paste, leave the substance on the skin for half-an-hour after which you can simply wash off the paste with lukewarm water. Another substance that might improve the symptoms of Sebaceous Hyperplasia is cinnamon paste, which is an equal mixture of cinnamon powder and honey which is also applied on the skin lesions.
While some have tried these natural remedies and have registered considerable improvements in the symptoms of Sebaceous Hyperplasia, there is no concrete evidence that the alternative treatments actually contribute to the disappearance of the sebaceous papules. While the alternative natural remedies for sebaceous hyperplasia are easy to apply and the patient can do so in the comfort of his home, the benefits will most likely be minor, inconsistent, and will not provide you with a clear skin. At Renew Skin & Health Clinic, our dermatological specialists recommend radiosurgery as the most effective Sebaceous Hyperplasia removal treatment which is also non-invasive, non-surgical and very safe. The procedure takes somewhere between 20 to 30 minutes, depending on the density of the papules, and does not require any downtime. If you wish to benefit from a treatment that can guarantee the best results in sebaceous hyperplasia removal, then contact the Renew Skin & Health Head Office in order to schedule an appointment.
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