Warts are unsightly, can be embarrassing, irritating, stubborn growths that can appear almost anywhere on the skin which can be depressing. Here’s some information on what causes them, and possible natural solutions that may work for you. You may also read more on http://www.wartremover.net/
What Are Warts?
Warts are caused by viruses which is nothing but benign skin growths. Most come from the human papillomavirus (HPV), which infects the top layer of skin and causes it to grow rapidly, creating a wart..
There are several home tips and tricks you can consider apart from Compound W, freezing, and other standard techniques. As they say prevention is better than cure some suggestions to work on preventive measures at the same time are — avoid walking barefoot, don’t share personal care items and avoid touching all warts — yours and everyone else’s.
- Build up immune system.
Feeling tired, sick, or worn down this is the time you have high chances of getting warts. Warts are caused by a virus, so one of the best ways to get rid of them is to boost your body’s ability to fight them. Good sleep and regular exercising with immune boosters will help.
- Do not let it spread
You can spread them around your own body through touch apart from passing from person to person .So remember to wash your hands after touching the wart to prevent it from spreading. Read more on http://www.wartremover.net/
- Garlic paste
Apply Fresh garlic with water paste to the wart. Cover with a bandage on top. Repeat the process every few hours until the wart is gone.
The presence of natural acids and enzymes in pine apple will help you in healing the wart. Apply fresh pine apple juice directly to the wart twice or thrice a day.
- Baking powder
Mix baking powder and castor oil into a paste, apply to the wart at night, and cover with a bandage. Repeat daily. You can also try crushed, fresh basil in the same way — or even mix the two together.
Vitamin C tablets work wonders. Powder them and mix with water to make a thick paste. Apply to the wart and cover with a bandage. You can also try vitamin E—break a capsule, rub on the wart, and cover.
- Tea tree oil.
Apply directly to the wart, then cover with the bandage. Repeat daily. You can also mix with clove and/or Frankincense oils for additional power.
Take fresh juice of Aloevera, apply to the wart and cover it. It contains malic acid which acts as a key ingredient in removing the warts.