Seborrhea Keratosis Treatment? - The purpose of this report is to bring to the attention of anyone suffering from this condition the fact that positive results in treating the symptoms of this condition through the use of certain cleansing agents can be of benefit. The circumstances of a particular case, and the method of obtaining these cleansing agents are set forth below.
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This past May, a close friend was diagnosed with
Seborrhea Keratosis on his scalp.
He had noticed what to him were bumps, almost like scabs, all over the
scalp. He was told by a
dermatologist that it was a condition called seborrhea keratosis, and that the
“bumps” were benign tumors. He was
also told that the only way to get rid of them was to “freeze” them, the same as
you would do with warts. He had 5
or 6 of them “frozen”. Three went
away, and three didn’t. He was
charged $125.00. He was under a lot
of stress at the time, and the “bumps” just kept coming. He thought he had literally
hundreds. They were big to the
point that he couldn’t pull a comb through his hair without snagging one or
more. That was not only painful,
but it made going to the barber to get his hair cut a totally embarrassing
prospect, as the barber’s tools kept catching on his “bumps”. Also, at the rate of $125.00 to freeze
3, 4, or 5 of them, he began to see the “poor house” in the rear view
As I have been in the hair and scalp field,
albeit from a cosmetic standpoint, for the past 34 years, my friend asked me to
have a look and tell him what I thought.
I looked. Pretty nasty. My clinic uses an excellent scalp
cleanser and shampoo under the TRYKO label, and I advised him to give it a
try. He did. He told me that within 3 weeks the
“bumps” were all gone. He said that
he didn’t think the products were keeping him from getting the “bumps”, but that
they seemed to be breaking them down and washing them away almost as quickly as
they popped up. He was putting the
cleanser on about ˝ hour before the shampoo and letting it sit for about 30
minutes, then following that up with the shampoo. He continues to use the cleanser and
shampoo daily, doing the ˝ hour treatment once or twice a week, or as often as
he feels he needs it, and for the most part does not have to deal with the
“bump” problem very often any more.
I am posting this information for the benefit of anyone else that might be dealing with this problem, and not having much success. I don’t know if this will work for everyone experiencing this problem. I don’t know how these products will work for someone that has the problem elsewhere on the body other than the scalp. But I am going to make these products available to anyone suffering from this condition, and will also have a money back guarantee for anyone that tries these products for this condition and does not have positive results. The products involved are the Tryko Scalp Cleanser and the Tryko Shampoo, and they may be purchased by going to the Hair and Scalp Clinic's website (www.wrwiii.com), and using the secure order page to place your order. Complete directions for use are included with each shipment. Please let us know of your experiences in using the products so that we may pass them along to others.
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