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Safe Wart Removal Treatment

Wart Removal

There are various wart types and associated treatments. The type of treatment you should proceed with, in order to safely remove warts, will greatly depend on the type that has appeared, and its severity. Luckily for you, the Beaver Valley Foot Clinic is here to help alleviate all of your wart issues and foot discomforts. We offer several different wart removal treatments, for optimal success and comfort.

Wart Treatment through Cryotherapy
Cryotherapy is a treatment of warts that literally freezes them away. This treatment method uses swabbed liquid nitrogen, which causes a blister to form around the wart within a week. The area can be numbed prior to cryotherapy, if desired.

Salicylic Acid Topical Medication Treatments
Topical medication options are another common wart treatment method. These topical treatments have salicylic acid within their recipe, which works by removing the wart’s layers a small bit at a time. Salicylic acid topical medication treatments can be applied at home, as directed.

Wart Removal

Other Procedures for Severe Wart Issues
If your wart has developed into a severe case, a minor surgical procedure or further intense treatment may be needed. Surgical procedures involve the use of an electric needle, and are avoided unless absolutely necessary. Laser treatments wart removal, by incorporating IPL pulsed dye lasers which remove the small blood vessels attached to the wart (causing it to die and fall off).

Make Use of Wart Prevention
Prevention is the best medicine for health issues of any kind, warts included. Making sure to do a few things, such as avoiding contact with the wart as much as possible, cleaning your hands thoroughly after touching it, and changing your shoes and socks regularly, will go far in preventing the spread of the wart, as well as preventing its recurrence.

Wart Removal at Home

Cider Vinegar Apple

Apple cider vinegar is a well-known natural treatment. Additionally, it works well to get rid of warts. Add one part water and two drops of apple cider vinegar. Apply the mixture continually for 15 minutes while drenching a cotton ball in the mixture. See the results after using this treatment for a solid two weeks.

Papaya Verde

The enzyme found in papaya removes dead skin cells and aids in the removal of warts. After halves a green papaya, scoop up the white sap that drips from the skin. To form a smooth paste, combine that with a teaspoon of papaya pulp mash and water.

Twice daily, apply this paste on the warts and keep it on for 15 to 20 minutes. This mixture grazes the dead tissue and causes the wart to gradually go away.

Aloe Vera

Warts eradication is only one of the many skin benefits that aloe vera offers. It functions as a natural anti-infective and antioxidant. Aloe vera gel should be applied on warts and left on for 30-45 minutes before being removed with water. Till the wart goes away, do this each day.


This well-known Indian herb has a wealth of health benefits, including the ability to remove warts. Garlic is one of the best natural treatments for warts because of its antibacterial qualities, which fight viruses, fungi, and bacteria.

Apply the garlic cloves to the injured area, then bandage it up. After a half-hour, wash it off with water. You’ll notice progress after two weeks of doing this twice each day.

Cocoa butter

One of the greatest natural treatments for warts that are spread through sex, such as genital and plantar warts, is coconut oil. Its antiviral properties can facilitate the eradication of warts with ease. Apply the oil consistently.

At the Beaver Valley Foot Clinic, we have everything you need to remedy your wart worries and foot discomforts. Some patients may require repeat treatments for full results, but be it cryotherapy, topical medications and otherwise, the Beaver Valley Foot Clinic is here to offer successful remedies for your foot issues and discomforts. Contact our experts at the Beaver Valley Foot Clinic today by calling (878) 313-3338, now!