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Why you shouldn’t use an exacto knife to remove a wart

Remove a wart … the right way!

remove a wart

There are some things you just shouldn’t try to do yourself!- like digging out your own plantars wart. Don’t remove a wart yourself.

We are sharing this cautionary tale to save others from suffering.

Some people are just tough. They can handle a little pain to get the job done! These do-it-your-selfers like to take care of there problems themselves. It’s especially tempting when you ad in the fact that these days many people don’t have the best insurance, or have very high deductables.

However, the old saying are still true. Sometimes the easy way isn’t the best way, and may end up costing you way more in the end, not counting the pain and suffering,

Revolutionary Wart Treatment Results at The Beaver Valley Foot Clinic

Case study 1:

This patient arrived at The Beaver Valley Foot Clinic with a large wart located on the weight bearing portion of the forefoot. It had been causing the individual difficulty when walking and standing. This stubborn wart would require a few treatments. Due to the awkward position of the wart, it required special care when being treated. It only took a few treatments using the Swift Microwave Therapy and the stubborn wart was gone! 

Case study 2:

A series of warts had formed at the base of the second and third toe. After four Swift MicrowaveTherapy treatments the warts were successfully removed.

Use Home Remedies Instead

1. Apple Cinder Vinegar

Studies have shown that apple cider vinegar is effective at removing warts. The fact that it is so acidic in nature means that it should always be diluted before usage. By combining some water and apple cider vinegar, you can utilize it. Applying this mixture with a cotton ball and covering the region with a bandage for a few hours can allow the wart to soften.

2. Aloe vera

The gel from an aloe vera leaf can be extracted by cutting it open. The gel can then be applied on the wart. This natural cure has proven to be quite helpful for certain people.

Is Using Microwaves on my Skin Safe?

Microwaves have been shown to be safe to be used on living tissue. It is a form of non-ionising waves located on the electro-magnetic spectrum between radio waves and infrared waves (300MHz-300GHz). Non-ionising radiation can not cause damage to the DNA of living things. SWIFT uses waves at 8GHz that are only able to vibrate water molecules within skin cells.