Warts; Treatments

Wart; treatmentsBy Peter K.

With several types of treatments for warts you have to decide what will work best for you. Here are various wart treatment options you may find interesting. 

Cryotherapy is the most common way to remove a wart. It involves applying liquid nitrogen with the use of a spray canister or a cotton-tipped applicator. The chemical causes a blister to form around the wart and the dead blister freezes and falls off in about a week or more.

Salicylic acid is an over-the-counter drug that softens the skin layers so as to rub it off. This process could take weeks or even months and comes in various forms from paint, plaster, tape, a patch, or cream.

A more homeopathic remedy is tape occlusion (duct tape) which is placed over the wart for a certain period of time. Of course, do you really want to put duct tape on your flesh and feel like a piece of malfunctioned equipment.

Through Forces of Nature you can get Wart Control Extra Strength that is completely organic. This treatment is the best of the best in wart removal treatments as it causes warts to dry up painlessly so as to flake away. It contains no chemicals or any toxic acids and gets at those stubborn roots by penetrating deep into the skin tissue. This product can also be used to eliminate all of the different varieties of warts that are mentioned above. Do you really want to freeze your skin or use acid that could take months to rub off? Or worse, feeling like a piece of plywood with duct tape on you?