Natural Solution for All Types of Warts
People of all ages from young children to the elderly can suffer from warts and in most cases, warts come from direct skin contact or from walking barefoot - particularly if you have wounds, scratches or any skin openings that provide access to the virus. Depending on the strength of your immune system, you may go on to grow warts or not.
The different types of warts
Common warts or seed warts are also termed as verruca vulgaris. They are tiny skin bumps and are commonly found on the hands with the appearance of a small cauliflower with a rough surface. The wart gradually grows and thickens. Small black specks (clotted blood vessels) appear but in most cases, common warts are painless.
Filiform warts are also known as facial warts because they grow on your lips or eyelids with a long and narrow appearance, often with different color shades such as flesh-colored, brown, yellow or pink. They can cause discomfort.
Periungual warts usually grow around the fingernails and toenails appearing translucent, smooth and hardly visible to the naked eye. After a few weeks, the warts grow to the size of a pea becoming a bit rougher and more cauliflower-like. These warts can grow into different clusters and even spread beneath the nailbed possibly leading to a fungal infection.
Plantar warts are small abrasions normally found under the soles of the feet and at times on the toes. During the early stages, you will notice small black spots. Planter warts go on to grow to a cauliflower-like form with a brownish color. They can become very painful because unlike other warts that grow outwards, they grow inwards and the more they grow, the more painful they become. And then the pain is aggravated when we walk. If untreated, they can become more painful and discomforting.
Flat warts are tiny lesions that are as small as the head of a pin. The top portion of the wart is flat and that is why it is called a flat wart. Children and teenagers are mostly affected with flat warts occurring on the face or the forehead. Flat warts can also grow on the back of the hands, neck and on the arms, growing in clusters and increasing to over a hundred warts in a cluster. They can be skin colored or a mix of colors pink, light brown and yellow. Flat warts are smooth to the touch and barely visible with the naked eye.
Mosaic warts are a cluster formation of plantar warts that create a mosaic-like image. They are often mistaken for calluses. Depending on how much you walk or stand, they can be moderately painful.
H-Warts Formula is all natural with no harmful additives being gentle on the skin and safe for adults and children (over the age of four years). The Formula is simple to apply and fast acting on these types of warts:
- Common Warts that usually occur on the hands but can appear elsewhere.
- Plantar Warts that appear on the feet are particularly contagious.
- Flat Warts that often appear on the face and forehead, most often in children.
- Subungual & Periungual found under or around the nails. Can be stubborn to resolve.
- Body Warts which can appear anywhere on the body in many shapes and sizes.
- Facial Warts which appear on the face and require care.