How to Get Rid of a Wart in the Early Stages

Getting Rid of Warts

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Warts can occur pretty much anywhere on the human body and are generally contagious. They are small growths on the surface of the skin caused by the HPV virus (Human Papillomavirus).

If you have ever experienced having a wart you know just how terrible the process can be for removing them. In fact, wart is considered as a massive problem that should be treated as early as possible. Although the treatment vary greatly, it is very important to choose a treatment program that suit you the best and provide you effective results.

Warts are actual viruses living IN the skin. Blood vessels feed the wart, and therefore the virus itself, keeping it alive and present. This is the reason that wart removal can often times be very painful – the wart is attached to capillaries and embedded in the skin.

If you begin properly treating and handling the wart in its early stages, it may heal much quicker and be less noticeable overall.

Get Rid of Wart with Salicylic Acid

Step 1:  Salicylic acid is known for its help in removing pimples and blemishes. The salicylic acid affects the surroundings of the wart, helping to completely remove it from your skin. Wipe the salicylic acid (or a moist aspirin) around the wart, covering it with a band aid.

Step 2: Place a piece of duct tape over the wart for six full days to help remove and reduce its appearance on your skin.

Step 3: Remove the band aid and soak the area with the wart in warm water. Scrub the wart and the area surrounding with a pumice stone, which will help remove the excess material around the wart itself.

Step 4: Squeeze a dandelion flower and spread its juice over your wart once or twice daily for a few days to help remove the warts completely.

Step 5:  Warts are spread when a non-infected area of skin comes in contact with an infected area. Wash your wart(s) several times a day to help keep the surrounding areas clean, preventing the spread of the papilloma virus of warts. Keep the warts covered with a band aid.

Step 6: Rub and massage castor oil into the surrounding skin and over the area with the wart(s) itself. Do this for a few nights, and only a few drops each night.

Get Rid of Wart Using Tea Tree Oil

Step 1: Consists of applying a small amount of TTO several times a day to the affected area. The TTO is quickly absorbed and immediately begins to attack the virus. One of TTO key properties is that it penetrates deeply beneath the skins surface, thus attacking the affected area at its core.

Step 2: You can cover it up to avoid infecting others, or yourself in another part of your body.

Step 3: Within a few days you should quickly see a reduction in size. Depending on the size, it can take up to a few weeks.

Of course there is a vast array of home remedies for warts to choose from such as: duct tape (the theory is that the duct tape irritates the growth and stimulates an immune response); garlic; vitamin c; etc

However, it is very important to consult a doctor. Consulting a specialized skin doctor or a dermatologist could be the best option for you to obtain effective results. Before undergoing any type of treatment, it is very important to make sure that you are taking the assistance of a good and experienced specialist.