A few months ago when I was in the shower, I noticed something on my right foot. I am a big fan of jogging, so I thought it’s just a callus, however as I soon realized, I was wrong. That “little” something started to grow bigger over time, and soon after, there was a second and third. As you probably know by now, these weren’t calluses, but warts. Considering that I don’t exactly like to see the doctors right away unless I feel really sick, I decided to search the internet for some answers, and I came across the solution. Here I will tell you what methods I’ve tried and which worked, which didn’t and which finally helped me to solve my problem.
So How to Get Rid of Warts on Face?
So the first solution I found was garlic. From what I read I was supposed to apply the freshly crushed garlic directly to my wart and cover it with the bandage. Garlic should make the wart turn to blister and then eventually fall off in a week or so, but that didn’t exactly happen. First of all, the garlic is quite aromatic (well I smelled pretty bad, that’s what I wanted to say). And second, I was permanently hungry when I smelled it, even though it may sound stupid. And all in all, my wart didn’t blister, so maybe I did something wrong.
Cotton and Vinegar
Another solution I found was to apply a cotton ball soaked in vinegar to the wart and have it there for at least two hours a day. Well considering that I really hate the smell of vinegar, this was quite a torture. Plus if the garlic smelled bad, then this was definitely much worse, and I couldn’t use this method long enough to see if it’s really effective. I’ve stuck with it for three days, though, and there wasn’t any change really. Plus you have to run with smelly cotton ball every day and… well, it isn’t exactly pretty.
The idea is to break the stem of the dandelion and squeeze the white liquid out of it and apply it to the wart. You are supposed to do this like twice a day. What the sap from dandelion does, or rather should do is, is to stimulate the immune system to take care of your problem. However, the problem is that first, I live in the New York City, and dandelions are not exactly that easy to come by. And second, it’s not exactly dandelion season right now, so this solution was out of the question.
Well, this was rather interesting. The guide said, that you should take some birch bark, dampen it in the water, so it gets a bit softer and then tape it over your wart with the inner side of the bark facing the skin. I mean this is quite okay if you have the wart on your foot, but it may get quite complicated with the face. However it wasn’t really comfortable to have a piece of bark attached to my foot, so I went with powdered birch bark that you can found in almost any pharmacy or food store. I put it into boiling water; I let it cool, and then I soaked it in cloth and pressed on the wart. It actually made the wart much softer and for a while I thought that this is finally going to work, but warts never really disappeared completely.
Banana and Lemon Peel
This was basically the same idea as with the birch bark, but instead you are supposed to use banana or lemon peel. I’ve tried it, and there was absolutely no difference, so don’t even bother trying this one really, it’s a complete waste of time.
There are probably dozens of other things you can try to press against your wart. I’ve tried some of them, but none of them helped. I didn’t really see any improvement whatsoever, but as I said, feel free to try some of them and see for yourself if you want, but for me it was just a waste of time.
These methods include unripe papaya, which is supposed to contain some special enzyme that digests the dead issue. Then there is a raw potato, fresh basil leaf, which should contain some virus-killing substances. Then there is a goldenseal tincture, castor oil, vitamin E oil and fresh aloe vera milk straight from the plant. As I said, I’ve tried some of these, and it didn’t work for me, but feel free to give it a shot and let me know.
What Helped Me to Remove My Warts in the End
So at this point I was getting pretty emotional. It wasn’t anything terrible, but I’ve tried so many methods and supposed treatments, that it was getting on my nerves. I was sitting behind the computer, trying to find some solution all over again and then I came across one interesting program named Moles Warts & Skin Tags Removal. Considering that I’ve probably tried every method there is, I decided to take a closer look at this one program.
This program is basically a book that will guide you through the process of removing your warts. It’s relatively new program, and it’s also completely natural, which I consider to be really important to avoid any side effects. Obviously this is not any miracle cure, which will make all your problems disappear overnight, there is nothing like that. The program promises a gradual change, and it guarantees that your warts will eventually disappear forever.
A Few DetailsProgram Cover
The program was created by Charles Davidson, who is a renown practitioner of alternative medicine and focuses solely on natural approach. This book contains his decades of experience treating warts and skin tags. The main difference between this program and the conventional treatments that I’ve tried and described earlier is that those methods are just temporary. This program by Charles Davidson, on the other hand, is different because it targets the root cause of the problem. Plus, it’s a huge bonus that you can do all of this at home, all by yourself and completely naturally.
My advice is to take pictures of your warts daily because it’s hard to see progress day to day, and it can get a bit discouraging. So take photos and compare them after a week and you will see a great difference. This new book is based on the scientifically proven method, so it’s not some hocus pocus with the banana peel. The program is suitable for all skin types, and it doesn’t matter how old you are either.
One thing that I should mention is that this program comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee, and you don’t have to be afraid that it won’t work for you. Because if it doesn’t work for some weird reason (it worked pretty well for me) then you can ask for a refund and get your money back. Really simple as that.
However, there is one thing you should look out for. When I was gathering the information about Moles Warts & Skin Tags Removal, I came across a few review websites, which were full of misleading information about the book. But that’s not everything because these websites are also selling the program for like twice its regular cost. So if you are interested about the program, then my advice is to get it from the official website only, .
I admit that I didn’t really expect much from the program. Especially after all the disappointments I had with various tips and methods earlier, but I am really glad that I gave it a shot. I took photos of my warts every day and even though I didn’t see much difference day to day, I saw a huge improvement after like five days. Eventually my warts disappeared completely, and it’s been a few months now and there were no new warts whatsoever. So no more searching for the solution, this is the best way.
So now you know what worked for me. If you want, then give it a try and see for yourself. There is basically no risk involved and according to the official website, the program has been used by thousands of people worldwide, so I believe that it worked for other people too and not just for me. So in case you are interested, down below is the link to the official website where you can find more information. Thank you for reading and good luck!