How to Remove Skin Warts – Discover the Easy Tricks
Not everyone knows the best method on how to remove skin warts, but luckily you’ve stumbled on my article. It’s really quite simple. You have many options to choose from and many have their pros and cons. Allow me to break it down for you:
The Freezing Method
This is the exact same thing they do when you go to a doctor; they freeze it off with liquid nitrogen. The only difference is that now you can do it from your own home.
Freezing only has about a 60% success rate and that’s not something I’m going to argue seeing as how it managed to get rid of one wart on my palm, but not the other. It also stings quite a bit, but it’s a good sting knowing that you’re killing the virus.
The Duct Tape Method
A relatively new, yet silly sounding method is applying duct tape to the wart. Allow me to explain: once a week you apply a new piece of the tape to your wart. After one week, when you remove the strip, soak the affected area in warm water, and rub it with something like a nail file.
The cons are you have to wear a stupid piece of tape, and it also takes two months just to work.
The Acid Method
A lesser used method now-a-days, is applying salicylic acid over the wart. This isn’t the best way to remove skin warts, because it doesn’t kill the virus. It works by peeling away layers of the skin while taking pieces of the wart away with it.