Thingy Serum

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1 0z Seborrheic Keratosis, so THAT's what it's called that was on my nose. Smack dab in the middle. I could file it down, but it always came back. So I was going to use that freeze-it stuff but it said it could produce pain. So, because I'm a weinie and didn't want pain between my eyes, I prayed about it. God said 'use the leaf extract'. So I did. And two weeks I think it was, maybe less, it was gone.

I have used it successfully now on 3 that were on my face or at my hairline. I have a ginormous one on my back, in the shape of a heart. LOL It's very hard to reach it, but I'll start applying to that and taking photos so you can see.  I have found I don't have to use it every day, but daily makes it work more quickly. 'They' say it's hereditary 'probably'. The Thingy Serum is alcohol, neem leaves and sea buckthorn leaves, so my guess is it's a fungus of some sort. Just an educated guess, I'm not a doctor yanno. 

From this website: Skin Growths

"A Seborrheic Keratosis arises in the epidermis (outer layer of skin) at the basal layer or location where the outer and middle levels of the skin meet.  The new cells develop and  make their way upward to the skin surface and as time goes on, the cells stack up and cause a raised growth to appear. They often have a “stuck on” look, since their edges are not attached to the rest of the skin. They can also appear “warty” or have a cobblestone pattern on the surface in a variety of colors ranging from colorless to tan, to multiple shades of brown, and darker black in color which can be confused with melanoma skin cancer.

Though not cancerous, they are a prominent and visible sign of aging and usually develop on a hereditary basis with more and more showing up gradually as the years go by."

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