Warts are a skin disease caused by a virus. These small nodular growths can be found on the skin of the hands, feet, face, and other parts of the body. Older children are mainly susceptible to this disease. They can also develop from a benign form to a malignant one. Among other things, warts bring a lot of inconvenience, so many people decide to get rid of them. Today, there are many ways to remove warts.
Removal by electrocoagulation. The method consists in disinfecting the skin under the action of a high frequency current so that the virus does not enter healthy tissues.
Removal by laser. Not a very painful and effective method of struggle. After this procedure, which takes only a few minutes, complete sterility is ensured, and most importantly, no scars and scars remain on the skin after the wart.
Cold treatment. A painless, bloodless procedure. The wart is exposed to liquid nitrogen. Due to the fact that it is impossible to regulate the depth of penetration, the procedure must be repeated or a large scar may remain.
Surgically removed. It is rarely prescribed. As with any surgical intervention, a scar remains.
Many people try to get rid of the wart using folk methods.
1. Rowan gruel. Place on the wart and secure with a plaster.
2. Lubricate with cut potato skins 4-5 times a day.
3. Brush with onion juice.
4. Place one drop of acetic acid on the wart.
5. Rub in the garlic.
6. Celandine. A ready-made drug is sold in pharmacies.