I am planning on using food grade hydrogen peroxide (35%) on my seborrheic keratoses. I will apply vasoline around my affected area. My question is I keep reading to reduce the peroxide to 25%. I was just going to use a q-tip and dip it into the 35% peroxide solution and put it on my skin. Vaseline will surround the skin. My question is should I reduce the solution to 25%? I am not even sure jow yo do that. Also does anyone put duct over the skin after the peroxide is on? I was thinking of skipping that part. Does hydrogen peroxide also work on freckles and age spots such as on the hand?
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