What is warts removal?
The primary objective of the warts treatment is to destroy warts. It also encourages the immune system to fight back the virus so that any future occurrences can be mitigated. The peeling treatment includes salicylic acid concentrations in prescribed strengths. It is administered in little amounts in the affected area which gradually remove the warts layer by layer.
The treatment for warts cannot be easy and effective for some people, especially those who are pregnant, prone to allergies and have an excessive risk of infection. Plus, some people are not able to tolerate the pain associated with these treatments. People who have developed warts in areas that are very sensitive may not be able to take the wart treatment. This is because the treatment affects the skin surrounding warts and, in some cases, the area in close vicinity cannot bear the effects, for instance, the skin near the eyes.
- No wart
Possible side effects:
- Skin irritation, burning, and blistering.
- Nerve damage.