Meet Eskata: The New Treatment for Seborrheic Keratoses

  • Posted on: Dec 5 2018
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Do you have raised spots or seborrheic keratoses that bother you but you don’t want to have them surgically removed?

There is now a simple topical treatment with a soft-tip pen-like applicator to target your raised spots. ESKATA is the only FDA-approved topical treatment that can treat raised seborrheic keratoses.

How do I know if I have seborrheic keratoses?

Seborrheic keratoses, or ‘SK’ spots, are raised or flat spots that are your skin tone color or a bit darker. ESKATA treats raised SK spots. Over time, these spots may become larger or have a more visible texture. They could be located anywhere on your body, but are more common on your face, hairline, (temples or neck) chest, and back.

How do I know if ESKATA is for me?

ESKATA is for you if you have a raised spot or many raised spots.

What if I am worried about the appearance of my raised spots?

If you’ve addressed any concerns raised spots checked by a dermatologist and have ensured they are benign, ESKATA is safe to use.

How does the treatment work?

Our experienced nurse or aesthetician will evaluate your spots and apply the soft-tip pen-like applicator directly to the affected areas. This solution is based on a high concentration of hydrogen peroxide. Each raised SK will be treated a few times during your initial treatment.

When will I see results?

You will have a follow-up visit about 3 weeks after treatment to evaluate your initial treatment and retreat if necessary.

Is there downtime?
There is a bit of “social downtime” as the areas treated will turn white for up to 4 hours after treatment, then they will become red and dry for 3-5 days.
What should I expect after the treatment?
After the treatment the areas treated may be a bit dry and pink in color. Once the lesion falls off, the dryness and pink/red color may last for up to 2-3 weeks, but it can easily be covered by makeup.
Call today book a complimentary consultation today at 267-759-6056 or visit us at 451 South State Street in Newtown today.


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