What is Actinic Keratosis?

Actinic keratoses are skin growths, or lesions, that can look rough or scaly.

Actinic keratosis is an abnormal change that happens on areas of the skin, like the face and scalp, that have been damaged by the sun. Actinic keratoses may begin as small areas of flaky, scaly roughness on the skin. They may be skin-colored, pink, red, or slightly brown. As they become larger, they may change to a white scale.

With actinic keratosis, there are lesions you can see…

With actinic keratosis, there are lesions you can see…

and lesions that you can’t see until you start treatment

and lesions that you can’t see until you start treatment

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