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Can warts be removed naturally? Home remedies to try today!

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Yes, warts can be removed naturally using a variety of methods. Warts can be annoying and embarrassing for those who have to put up with them. There are home remedies for removing warts and other natural treatment methods, including FDA-listed wart removal products.

Where do warts appear, and what are they?

Warts are small, benign (non-cancerous) growths that can occur on any body part. They are caused by highly contagious agents and are transmitted through direct contact with wart agents. These growths can appear almost anywhere on the skin, most commonly found on the hands, fingers, and feet, but they can also occur on other parts of the body, such as the face, arms, or legs. They are benign skin growths; most come from highly contagious agents, which infect the top layer of skin and cause it to grow rapidly, creating a wart. The agent can enter the skin through a cut or other skin damage when you touch someone with warts. Warts can also be spread by sharing towels, razors, or other personal care items. They can be treated with over-the-counter medications or home remedies, but it's best to talk to a healthcare provider for advice.

Why are children more susceptible to warts?

While anyone can develop warts, it is more likely in children, teens, and those with a weakened immune system.

Children are more susceptible to warts because their immune systems are not fully developed, which makes it easier for the contagious agents that cause warts to take hold in their skin. In addition, children are more likely to come into contact with wart agents through activities such as sharing toys or participating in sports, which can increase their risk of developing warts. It's also possible for warts to be passed from one person to another, so if a child has come into contact with someone who has warts, they may be more likely to develop them.


What are the different types of warts?

Each type has a different appearance. Each type can appear on other parts of the body.

Common warts are most likely to appear on the hands. They have a rough, dome-shaped appearance and are gray-brown in color.

Plantar warts are infectious and grow on the soles of the feet or under the toes. They are hard and thick with dark specks and can be very painful when you walk.

Flat warts can grow on the face, arms and legs. They’re small with flat tops. They are usually light yellow, brown, or pink in color.

Filiform warts can grow on the face - usually around the mouth, nose, or chin. They are the same color as the skin, with long and thin thread-like growths protruding from them. Due to the location, natural non-scarring options are preferred treatment in the case of filiform warts. 

Periungual warts are warts that appear around the nails. They can cause pain and discomfort and make it difficult to trim the nails. We see Periungual warts more common in people with weakened immune systems or who have had repeated trauma to the nails. 

The good news is that warts will disappear in many cases without any treatment. However, others will be more stubborn and hang in there for months or even years.

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How to heal warts more quickly and prevent new ones

Here are a few tips for natural wart removal and healing warts more quickly, and avoiding new ones:

1. Boost your immune system

Good quality sleep is essential. Concentrate on boosting your body’s ability to fight them. Warts often appear when you are not 100%. Look for other ways to boost your immune system.

2. Stop the spread

Warts can spread from person to person and around your body through touch. For example, if you touch your wart and then touch another part of your body before washing your hands, you may spread warts - and notice new warts appearing just days later.

3. Improve Hygiene

This may be the most obvious, keep the affected area clean and dry to prevent the spread!

4. Sharing is not caring

In the case of skin conditions, we don't want to share personal items. Avoid sharing towels, razors, or other personal items with others, as this can spread the agent that causes warts.

5. Fresh pineapple


Apply fresh pineapple directly to the wart several times a day. Natural acids and enzymes are said to help get rid of them.

6. Garlic

Another suggestion is to mix some fresh garlic with water and apply the paste to the wart. Cover the wart with a bandage which should be re-applied every few hours and continued until the wart has disappeared.

7. Baking powder

Mix baking powder and castor oil into a paste, apply to the wart at night, and cover with a bandage. Repeat daily. This is another natural remedy that could help.

8. Vitamins

Crush up a Vitamin C tablet and mix it with water to make a thick paste. Apply to the wart and cover it with a bandage. Another vitamin to try is Vitamin E, where you break a capsule, rub on the wart, and cover it.

9. Aloe vera

If you have access to an aloe Vera plant, break off a fresh leaf and rub the gel onto the wart. The plant contains malic acid. Alternatively, you can use aloe gel from a health store. Apply and cover the wart, regularly repeating until success is achieved. 

10. H-Warts Formula

Of course, one of the easiest ways to remove warts naturally is with this 100% natural product. Made of the highest quality essential oil and homeopathic ingredients, H-Warts Formula is gentle on the skin and simple to apply.



American Academy of Dermatology. How do dermatologists treat warts?. https://www.aad.org/public/diseases/contagious-skin-diseases/warts#treatment. Accessed January 26, 2021.

American Academy of Dermatology. Warts. http://www.aad.org/dermatology-a-to-z/diseases-and-treatments/u---w/warts. Accessed January 26, 2021.

Kwok CS, et al. Topical treatments for cutaneous warts. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD001781.pub3/abstract. Accessed December 7, 2020.