Common Home Remedies to Get Rid of Warts



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One of the most common and embarrassing skin condition is warts, even the condition is only a minor one. Warts are non-cancerous growths that appear on the skin. In fact, warts can appear just about anywhere on the body.

If you have warts on your body and you are consider to at home wart removal by yourself, there are couple of different options. If you are looking for an easy and relatively low-cost way to remove your own warts, you may want to start doing some research on home remedies for wart removal.

When compared to at home wart removal methods to being removed by a professional, you will find that many of the removal methods are the same. Here are few natural ways to help you save money and remove your own warts. One of those options can be considered the old fashion way.

Effective Home remedies for wart removal

  1. Salicylic Acid: it is very effective wart, zit and acne treatment, it can work as exfoliator as well.
  2. Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar: damp cotton ball with Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) and dab on the affected area of your skin. This is 100% pain free remedies and with many success.

It has been a month since I started with the ACV treatment and I can say that I am WART FREE!!! I’m going to continue applying the ACV on the spot where the OG wart was for a couple of more nights (just to be 110% sure) but I’m SOOOO HAPPY!!! I can’t believe it worked!!

Give ACV a try! Don’t give up if you don’t see results immediately….

– Lizzie –

  1. Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) Powder: This is the “alternative” to the ACV except you make your own concentration. Don’t over do it, because Vitamin C is highly potent and tends to get oxidize fast.
  2. Zinc Gluconate: Zinc is, by far, the most important mineral to take in your quest for freedom from acne because it reduces DHT, the male sex hormone that can cause acne if there is an excessive amount of it in the body.
  3. Silver Nitrate: an inorganic compound, has antiseptic and antimicrobial properties that can be apply topically. Can irritate the skin and eyes.
  4. Grandma’s Black Salve: with less than $10 this is considered one of the safest methods. Mind I say that it is natural, too. This product has been sold for years as an old recipe passed down for generations. Before beginning wart removal procedure, you are advised to read the directions.

As with just about anything in life, there are some risks associated with removing your own warts. That is why it is important that you know exactly what you are doing or how you are doing it. The improper removal of a wart may not only result in the re-growth or a failed removal attempt, but it may also result in complications. It is not uncommon for infections to be connected with wart removals, especially at home removals. That is why it is important that you always display caution, whether you are using a home remedy or an over-the-counter wart removal product.

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