Seborrheic keratoses are benign skin growths that develop with age on the face, neck, chest, abdomen and back. Seborrheic keratoses come in many varieties: waxy or warty; flat or raised; flesh-colored, brown, black, or even multicolored. While treatment of these growths is usually not required, it may be desired due to the unsightly appearance of seborrheic keratoses and their tendency to become irritated and inflamed by clothing, jewelry, or shaving. Common treatment options to remove these growths include cryosurgery, electrodessication, and curettage, however these methods have a high risk of scarring and discoloration. Eskata is the first and only FDA approved, non-invasive treatment for raised seborrheic  keratoses. Eskata is applied topically in office by a healthcare provider using a soft-tip, pen-like applicator. Following treatment these skin growths will fall off without leaving any sign of removal.

Seborrheic keratosis on the face before (left) and after (right) treatment with Eskata