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Syringoma Removal Solution

Key Syringoma Removal Statistics

SyrinRemover 94%
Tca 88%
Laser 91%
Surgery 98%
Approximate recurrence rate after Syringoma Removal 70%

Things you know?

What is Syringoma ?

Syringoma are harmless sweat duct benign growth, typically found clustered on eyelids, although they may also be found in the armpits, umbilicus (belly button), and other parts of the body.


Syringomas can be caused by any activity that increases sweat gland productivity, which may lead to tumor growth.


Syringomas aren’t harmful in any way, so there’s no medical need to treat them. However, some people choose to have syringomas treated or removed for cosmetic reasons.

Syringoma Recurrence

The Syringoma can reoccur after removal. Therefore, when you are selecting the Syringoma removal treatment, you should consider the possibility of recurrence, because this can happen even when the removal has been carried out appropriately

Signs and symptoms of syringomas

A syringoma is a skin-colored or yellowish firm rounded bump. It is well-defined and sized one to three millimeters in diameter. Syringomas usually first appear at puberty, but additional lesions can develop later. They do not itch or cause pain.

The condition usually appears as a crop of multiple lesions typically around the eyelid. They can also appear on the forehead, upper cheeks, armpits, chest, lower abdomen or genitalia. The clusters normally distribute on both sides of the body in a symmetrical fashion.

The abrupt occurrence of syringoma in a group on the chest and abdomen is called eruptive syringoma. Clinically, it may be mistaken for acne vulgaris, sebaceous hyperplasia, milia, lichen planus and granuloma annulare on the trunk.

Who gets syringomas?

Syringoma. These very small papules are adenomas of intraepidermal eccrine ducts. Most commonly, syringomas develop on the eyelids of women during adolescence or early adult life

People between the ages of 25 and 40, especially Caucasian women and those of Japanese heritage, are at the greatest risk of developing the condition.

Some health conditions associated with developing syringomas include:

  • diabetes mellitus
  • Down syndrome
  • Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
  • Marfan syndrome
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Syringoma Treatments

Everything you need to know about Syringoma Treatments.

Laser Removal

This treatment is preferred by many doctors, because of all the procedures possible, this one has the lowest risk of scarring. Your doctor will use carbon dioxide or erbium to laser the syringoma.

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This involves using abrasive substances to rub off the upper layer of your skin, including the tumors.

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Electric cauterization

In this treatment, an electrical charge is passed through an instrument similar to a needle to remove the tumors by burning them.

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Chemical peels

Certain chemicals, most commonly trichloroacetic acid, can be applied directly to the syringoma, usually causing it to dry up and fall off. When done by a trained nurse or doctor chemical peels often do not cause scarring.

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This is most commonly referred to as freezing the tumors. Liquid nitrogen is the most often used chemical for this procedure.

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Syrin Remover is the MOST EFFECTIVE product in the market for removing Syringomas from your own home.



Imagine waking up in the morning and realizing that the concealer to hide your Syringomas is not needed any longer because you have simple and complete treatment. Today you don’t need any Lasers, anesthetics or any other expensive treatments because today the SyrinRemover can remove your syringomas. The SyrinRemover removes your syringomas from the comfort of your home, without anesthetic, in complete safety and comfort. The SyrinRemover, the home solution to remove your Syringomas you were long looking for….Guaranteed!

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How does it work?

The SyrinRemover is not a miracle cure, it just works! But how does it work? The SyrinRemover works by peeling the Syringomas from the top. In other words the SyrinRemover “destroys” the Syringoma by peeling, it does NOT cure your Syringomas

How is the SyrinRemover applied?

It is applied using a small make-up brush or cotton ear-bud directly on the Syringomas, avoid the SyrinRemover to contact with the eyes.

How long does it take for the scabs to fall off?

In case of laser treatment or cauterization it usually takes in the region of one week for the scabs to fall off. When using certain types of TCA it may take in the region of one to two weeks for the scabs to fall off.

How many times should I apply ?

On average it takes in the region of 3 sessions before the Syringomas are gone. In case of particularly thick Syringomas, it can take more sessions but usually, 3 sessions are more than enough to achieve satisfactory results.

About us

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