How to Remove a Wart Safely From The Comfort of Your Home.
By DamienWestwood • July 14, 2017 • Uncategorized
One of the most unattractive things I can think of is looking at your skin and seeing a big ugly wart just sitting there. A wart is a small, hard growth or bump that is often viral in nature and can be very difficult to get rid of. To remove a wart, you have to treat it multiple times and be consistent with each treatment. It can be very costly, however, if you go to a doctor. This is why many people are looking into home remedies to remove warts. These are often much cheaper and have the safe efficiency as going to a doctor.
Home treatments for wart removal.
One of the best ways to remove warts is to look in the cabinets around your home. To remove a wart safely, you will need the following: garlic, a knife, and some duct tape. The first thing to do is to peel the garlic, then cut a piece that is the exact size of the wart. Use the tape to hold the garlic on your skin. The garlic should be pressed against the wart no more than a half hour every single day until the wart is healed. This remedy works for most people. In fact, if you keep treatment consistent, the wart should disappear in a few days or a couple of weeks.
Some heavier duty treatments.
Common products like hydrogen peroxide and hydro-cortisone are often effective treatments for warts. All you need to do is apply them to the wart on a daily basis. This treatment may take a couple of weeks to work. The salicylic acid in the products is sure to help the affected area.
Lastly, you should try using aerosol to help treat your warts. To do this, it is important to use it directly on the area where the wart is. The aerosol is effective because it will freeze the warts, making them eventually fall off of.
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Warts may be unattractive and stubborn, but they are treatable. If you try one or all of the above treatments, you will soon see your wart disappear or fall off.