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  • Say Goodbye to Children's Warts!

    Flat warts are the most common type of warts in children, usually appearing on the cheeks or forehead but they can also be seen on the backs of the hands and on the legs with the appearance of smooth, flat-topped, yellow-brown papules. They are pink, brown or yellowish in color. 

    Find out more about how to prevent warts in children and how to get rid of them, safely and gently...

  • Tips For Warts & Verrucas in Kids

    Children and teens are more likely to get plantar warts or verrucas than other age groups. 

    They are more susceptible to warts because their immune systems are not fully developed, and the areas on their body are more prone to a minor injury, so often a break in the skin makes it easy for the wart to enter.

    It may take two to six months after exposure for plantar warts to appear...

  • The Skin Tag Product You Need to Try

    Skin tags are small growths that hang off your skin and the good news is that they are harmless and usually painless.

    However, many want to remove them because they can cause embarrassment or catch on clothing or jewellery.

    Find out more about the different methods of removing skin tags including the most natural and gentle option.

  • Does Your Child Have Warts?

     

    While warts are more common in children than adults, they can occur at any age. 

    We share the symptoms of different types of warts and what can be done to help prevent or tackle these in your child...

  • What are Warts?

    Warts can appear anywhere on the body but are most commonly found on the hands and feet.

    We share information on when they can cause pain and discomfort and what to do about them...

  • Warts on Your Hands or Body?

    Warts on the hands can often appear and look like bumps on the skin, sometimes with a rough texture both to look at and to feel.

    The technical name for a wart is verruca vulgaris and they often appear in those areas of skin that grow faster than normal due to a virus called human papilloma virus (HPV).

    We share the signs and symptoms to look out for and what you can do to get rid of them...

     

  • What causes warts on body? Why am I getting body warts?

    Warts are small, hard, benign growths on the skin (caused by a virus) and they come in different types.  Find out more about these types and what to do about them...
  • What Can You Do About Warts on the Skin?

     

    While warts on the skin do not usually cause you any harms, they can be itchy, cause discomfort or even be embarrassing.  The exception are plantar warts on the feet which can be very painful - rather like standing on a needle.

  • What are Verrucas, Difference Between Wart & Treatments

    When we are talking about warts in general, there is really no difference. 

    But if you are the one suffering from a verruca (or also known as a plantar wart) under your foot, you will definitely say there is a difference. This is because of the pain and discomfort they can cause.

    Basically, there are different words that describe the same type of lesion.  Their differences occur with where they are found on the body...

  • What causes warts on feet & how to get rid of feet warts?

    While regular warts are usually harmless (but may be unsightly), warts on the feet can be a different matter and are often very painful. Warts on the feet are called verrucas but also known as plantar's warts.  The pressure of walking or standing on them flattens them so they can become very painful. 
  • How to Help Treat Plantar Fasciitis if This is a Problem for You

    You may be used to the word plantar being connected with warts - plantar's warts - but this is something different.  This condition appears as pain on the bottom of your foot - around the heel and arch.  We share the reasons why and what can you do to help...
  • Top Tips for Dog Owners on How to Use Essential Oils

     

    We want to care for our dogs, giving them all the love and attention they deserve - and one of the ways we can help them (when there is a need) is through essential oils.