DPN Removed And Treated-The Latest On Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra

If you have come across this page then you are looking to get some sort of DPN treatment and in most cases DPN removal on face and neck.

So lets start of with answering the most asked question and that is What is DPN? DPN is formally known as Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra and is a health condition which is a development of small dark or brown bumps and usually occurs in the facial area. The DPN moles usually starts to occur during teenage and developed as the year goes by. This skin disease commonly occurs in African-American but people with fairer skin can also develop the disease. The small dark bumps usually occur in the facial area especially upper cheeks, chest, neck, and also back. Studies believe that the condition is another variant of a medical condition which is known as Seborrheic Kerastase because if the bumps are examined under a microscope, there is no difference between those two conditions.

Picture of a DPN patient before and after treatment

The Causes

The main cause of Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra is still not clear and there is no known proven and tested dermatosis papulosa nigra prevention. However, dermatologists believe in one possible cause which is pilosebaceous follicle that does not properly develop. Besides, the condition is also linked to genetically inherited as the study shows that 40-50% of DPN  patients have the same issue runs in the family.

Dermatosis papulosa nigra treatment moles removed from face

The symptom 

As aforementioned above that this skin condition is 35% affects the African-American; however, the disease can also be found in dark skinned Asians. In addition, the disease tends to affect women than man in general. The general symptom of the disease usually appears for the first time during teenage and gradually develops with age. There is no evidence of crusting, scaling, or even ulceration in the condition. It indeed not causes any serious symptom so far; it is just not pleasant to see.

DPN Treatment (Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra) Removal 

This skin condition is relatively harmless and usually, do not require certain treatment. However in some cases dermatosis papulosa nigra removal / dermatosis papulosa nigra treatment  it is needed, there are some natural treatments available as well as surgery includes laser, cryotherapy, and also curettage. Although the natural treatment has proven to not be as effective as laser removal.

Castor oil – castor oil is believed to effectively reduce the appearance of the black bumps. You just need to use some castor oil and apply it on the affected area with a little massage for about two or three times a day.

Garlic – garlic is also shown to effectively treat the lesions as well as reduce the appearance. You only need to crush a clove of garlic and then apply it on the affected area. Cover it with a bandage.

Banana – banana peel is believed to have a good effect on the skin wellbeing. It can be used as a mask and also an effective treatment for dermatosis papulosa nigra. You will need to use the white part of the banana peel which is the inside part. Place the banana peel in the affected area until it touches the skin. Cover it with a bandage and leave the banana peel for couple hours.

Vitamin tablets – vitamin C is known as a powerful vitamin to enhance the skin complexion. This can also be applied to the skin with dermatosis papulosa nigra to reduce the lesions. You will need to crush vitamin C tablet and then apply it over the affected area and cover it with a bandage.

There are a number of specialist dermatologist who specialise in removing DPN if you are based in the UK and in the following United Kingdom : London, Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Sheffield, Bradford, Liverpool, Edinburgh Manchester, Bristol, Kirklees, Fife, Wirral, North Lankenshire, Wakefield, Cardiff, Dudley, Wigan, Coventry, Belfast and Leicester ENK03/M-DGEK03/NNK22