How to Get Rid of Warts Fast and Naturally

July 26, 2013 by  
Filed under Skin Disorders

It is not important that you only go for expensive medical treatments for warts or a costly aesthetic surgery. There are many ways by which you can cure warts in the comfort of your home, using natural remedies and products that are easily available.

Warts is a contagious disease and can easily spread from person to another, the HPV enters through minor cuts on the skin and forms warts after some time. It’s better to learn some home remedies to prevent the occurrence and symptoms of warts. Here are some of the common home remedies that you can apply:

  1. Duct tape therapy: This therapy tells how to effectively use duct tapes for removing warts. The effectiveness of duct tapes has been well researched. A piece of duct tape is placed firmly over the affected area and left for few days, when the duct tape loosen with application of water and time, apply another piece. Do this until the warts aren’t gone. The theory prevents warts from spreading.
  2. Use of Salicylic acid: Salicylic acid is the main ingredient in the majority of medicines for warts removal. The acid prevents dirt particles and bacteria from entering the affected area. Salicylic acid should be used with a bandage and left for few days until the new skin appears. After that you can peel off the dry, warts affected skin and the dead cells fall off. It is advised that Salicylic acid should be used every day with a new bandage. If the occurrence is persistent, repeat the formula.
  3. Application of Aloe Vera gel: Aloe Vera gel can be easily obtained from the aloe vera plant and almost every household has it, so there’s no problem in finding it. Aloe vera has been associated in solving various skin related problems like acne, fissures, tanned skin etc. Extract the gel from the plant and apply daily on the affected area.
  4. Cryotherapy: It is a method which has been recommended by many people who have gone through the pain of warts. Though the technique is quite expensive, it provides substantial relief from the symptoms. The procedure has to be carried out in a lab, so you might want to go over each and every detail to avoid any complications. Cryotherapy involves freezing the affected skin area. If you want to try this at home, you can use some liquid nitrogen. Apply it on the damaged area and leave it for some time until it is absorbed. The freezing actually cuts the blood supply to the affected area and prevents virus attacks.

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