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Well, the answer is NO , you should not use vicks vaporub on seborrheic dermatitis , as it is not made to treat such skin growths , vicks vaporub is mainly used as an ointment to relieve congestion in common cold .
So, what you can do is , now that you have already tried laser treatment , is that you can go for any one of the below mentioned treatment options..
1) Freezing with liquid nitrogen (cryosurgery)
2) Scraping the skin's surface with a special instrument (curettage)
3) Burning with an electric current (electrocautery)
I hope this helps..
I wish you all the best..
I am really sorry , i meant Keratosis only , pardon my mistake , it is seborrheic keratosis that is a skin growth ..and the mentioned are the alternative treatment options other than laser..
see the link below..
Thanks for the reply..
Well, i really do not know that how keratosis would react if you apply vicks vaporub on it, probably because no one has ever applied it that way and for that use , but , since it is not indicatd for its use this way on keratosis , so please refrain yourself from applying it on keratosis , as it may worsen the keratosis , instead of improving it , which will double up your tension , plus , when the makers of vicks vaporub have themselves mentioned on the container , to not to use on such skin conditions , so you should take their advise seriously and do not use it just because it seems an easier and more accessible option , but you should select any one of the three treatment options that i have mentioned above.