Warts on Your Hands or Body?
The technical name for a wart is verruca vulgaris and they often appear in those areas of skin that grow faster than normal.
Even though warts on the hands and body can sometimes be uncomfortable or even embarrassing, the good news is that they are otherwise harmless.
What are the signs and symptoms of warts on the hands?
The warts on the hands can be very itchy, can bleed if irritated, and the skin around them can become very uncomfortable.
Common warts are the most likely type of wart to appear on the hands or anywhere on the body and the appearance of these may be:
- Small, fleshy, grainy bumps
- Rough to the touch
- Sprinkled with black pinpoints, which are small, clotted blood vessels
- Rather like a small cauliflower with a rough surface.
Common warts gradually grow and thicken but in most cases, they are painless. Some will find warts on the hands or body bothersome or embarrassing and prefer to tackle them immediately.
What about warts on your body?
Body warts can be found all over the body, including embarrassing and sensitive areas so its important to use a solution that is all natural and safe.
H-Warts is your natural solution
H-Warts Formula is an all natural product containing carefully selected ingredients in the treatment of warts symptoms.
The Formula is applied directly to the warts. As the natural warts product is concentrated, only a few drops are needed for each application.
Although H-Warts Formula begins to work quickly, the process does vary based on the size and number of warts. The warts may change in color, size and/or appearance and begin to flake away. You can expect to see results in a week or two, some warts may take a little longer. the good news is there is no scarring and the entire process is very gentle and pain-free!
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