I get pre-cancerous spots on my fizzog, pate and neck.
They are sometimes treated with frozen liquid nitrogen. This is helpful to a degree, but the treatment is not perfect.
I have undergone Blue Light treatments, with no success.
Left to their own devices some of these spots have developed into Squamous Cell carcinomas, leading to the inevitable and necessary MOHS surgery, (five times in recent years).
And then there is a topical cream
It works - in due course.
But first the spots get inflamed, sore and itchy. Then they shed puss and blood. Eventually they dry up and flake off.
I have been treating some spots on my neck, below my beard line. As Carac goes to work I've not been shaving this part of my neck. It is not a pretty sight.
One friend asked if I am sporting the Fidel Castro look. Nah!
Two neighbours asked if I am a "Santa in training" No again.
But the mess is worth enduring. It's better than allowing the spots to develop into Squamous Cell (or even worse) Basal Cell Carcinomas.