This is a collection of information, information, and information I am gathering about the most effective and safe warts treatments.
It is hard to get a wart to go away, or even stay away, without using a topical wart medication. However, it is possible to have a wart go away with a few topical treatments. But, the wart must be left untreated for the medication to take effect, so it is important to read the instructions for using topical wart treatments thoroughly. In a nutshell, you must:
Use topical medication, and make sure that the wart is in the areas of the skin you are treating.
Always wash your hands after using a wart treatment, particularly if the wart is new . If you have warts on your arm or chest, you should keep them off until they are gone. If they are still there, see a dermatologist. If the treatment does not work, then the treatment should be stopped. After using a topical wart treatment for a week, try a different topical medication or don'thing. Before the treatment is finished, try to keep warts away from your skin and use an adhesive bandage or a cream that has a wart-killing substance on it. If you have a problem with the pain, the burning, or the irritation, you should see your doctor.