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Homeopathic treatment for Sebaceous cyst removal.

  • Team Ehomeoz
  • 13 Dec 2018
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A sebaceous cyst is a small lump or bump under the skin. This type of cyst is not cancerous.

They are most often found on the face, neck, upper back, and upper chest, but can occur on other sites of the body as well. Usually a sebaceous cyst grows very slowly and doesn't cause pain. However, they can become inflamed or infected, with the overlying skin becoming red, tender, and sore.

Sometimes, they occur on a site that is constantly irritated, such as a cyst on your neck that rubs against your collar. In those cases, treatment can help reduce discomfort.
A cheesy, bad-smelling material sometimes drains from the cyst. And they can look bad cosmetically, especially if one develops on your face.

Causes of a Sebaceous Cyst -

Sebaceous cysts and Epidermoid cysts are often talked about interchangeably, but they are different.
True sebaceous cysts arise from hair follicles, whereas epidermoid cysts develop from skin cells. Sebaceous cysts often occur after a hair follicle becomes swollen. The cysts originate from the sebaceous glands, the glands that secrete the oily matter (sebum) that helps to lubricate the skin and the hair.

Epidermoid cysts originate from the skin. The surface of your skin, known as the epidermis, consists of thin layers of cells. You constantly shed the cells.
However, when the cells move deeper into your skin instead of shedding, they can multiply, leading to cyst formation. The cells that form the walls of the cysts secrete a protein, keratin, into the cyst. When the cyst drains, the secretions can be foul-smelling.
These cysts are sometimes hereditary.
 For instance, steatocystoma multiplex is a rare inherited disorder in which multiple sebaceous cysts form. Cysts can remain small for years or they can keep growing larger. In other cases, a sebaceous cyst can disappear on its own.

Homeopathic Treatment-

Sulphur -Homeopathic Remedy for Cystic Acne with unhealthy and Itchy Skin I rank Sulphur as the top grade homeopathic remedy for treating cystic acne .It is a great Homoeopathic medicine for treating cystic acne that itch a lot. It is greatly recommended when the skin has an unhealthy look. It is also indicated when Cystic acne after some reaction of cosmetics or any locally applied medication. . Sulphur also gives good results in cystic acne which tend to itch and burn.

Silicea – Top Grade Homeopathic Remedy for large Pus-filled Cystic Acne .

Homoeopathic medicine Silicea is another remedy which gives good results in cystic acne.It is very effective in cystic acne that have a rosy red color and are filled with pus. .Silicea is seen to give good results in cystic acne in patients who feel extremely cold and always want to keep themselves warm. The acne cyst are usually very large and painful. Silicea also comes handy in treating the scars left by acne .

Tarentula cubensis- Homeopathic Remedy for Acne that tend to become large boil. Homoeopathic medicine Tarentula cubensis is a good remedy in treating cystic acne that tend to become large and eventually become a boil .These kind of boils are associated with a severe stinging type of pain. Another Indication for Tarentula to be used is that the skin around the acne has a a purplish look .

Hepar Sulph – Homeopathic medicine for Aborting acne In Early Stages. The Homoeopathic medicine Hepar sulph is another great remedy in treating cases of cystic acne that are filled with pus. It gives very good results in the early stages of the cyst formation. It helps in stopping the pus formation or will abort the pus in a few hours. Hepar sulph also helps in controlling the pain that arises due to pus formation.

Calcarea Flour for Cystic Acne that are Stony Hard Homoeopathic medicine Calcarea flour is a very good remedy in treating cystic acne that are stony hard to touch.
Appointment and care- Try ehomeoz to get rid of your Sebacious cyst… you will surely be benefited.. At eHomeoz ,Doctors take time to listen, to find answers and to provide you the best care.

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