Ever noticed a sudden bump on your skin? Surely most of us get such similar bumps on our skin every now and then. Although these bumps on on its own after some time, if it doesn’t, chances are they are warts. Warts are the annoying fleshy growth or lymph on your body. They are usually harmless and painless caused due to one of the many viruses of HPV ( human papillomavirus) infections. While these warts can grow anywhere in your body, these are commonly found on hands, feet, and genitals. Warts can spread from an infected person to another through physical contacts, such as sharing common products, shaking hands or even touching a doorknob. Children and young adults are more susceptible to this virus, however, in most cases, they disappear on their own. Otherwise people might require topical medicines or medical procedures. But, the good news is, you can also treat warts with some effective home remedies.
Apple cider vinegar is popular to treat skin problems including warts. Its antimicrobial properties help to fight HPV. You may add a few drops of organic apple cider vinegar to equal parts of water and dab it on the affected area.
Garlic is known for anti bacterial and anti-fungal properties that can help to remove warts. Take a garlic clove and crush it with some water. Apply the paste directly on the wart. You can also try putting aloevera gel to soothe and cool down the area affected by warts.
Apply vitamin C is also helpful to heal the affected area. You may begin with crushing your vitamin C tablet with some drops of water and apply the product on the warts for an effective result. Another great way is to apply vitamin E rich oil to warts to boost healthy skin tissue.
Added to these, one must not try to treat warts at home if you’re suffering from diabetes.Equally one must take medical help to treat warts on sensitive areas of the skin, such as face.
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