Seborrhoeic Keratoses and Skin Tags
Seborrhoeic keratosis are superficial skin overgrowth which are brown and slightly raised. They are due to aging and sun exposure. They can be seen on the face as well as the sun exposed areas as the limbs. They do not transform to skin cancer. Treatment includes liquid nitrogen and electrocautery.
Skin tags are skin-coloured or brown growths which commonly occur on the neck, underarms, body folds and face. They are harmless and do not transform into skin cancer. They can be easily removed by snip-excision and electrocautery.