Wart removal with Papiopad
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You may suddenly discover a wart without realizing it. Although warts can look different, the small bump is easily recognizable. Perhaps you had a wart as a child and had it removed by your GP. Maybe as an adult you get warts more often and it’s difficult to get rid of them and stop getting them. It is good to know more about warts before starting any wart treatment or removal.
How are warts formed?
Warts come in all shapes and sizes. In almost all cases, warts are caused by the Verruca Vulgaris virus. It is a variant of the human papillomavirus (HPV). This form is also known as a “common wart” and occurs mainly on the hands, elbows, knees and the tips of the toes. If you have a common wart, it means you’ve been exposed to this virus. For example through direct contact (skin contact), such as shaking a hand. However, you can also become infected through indirect contact with the virus. Think of a used towel or an infected door handle. The virus spreads throughout the body. That is why you can get warts in different places.
Genital warts are also caused by the human papillomavirus, but in a different form. In addition to these two warts, there are other warts, such as foot warts. These are located under the foot and the warts can spread over the entire foot or go deeper. Warts, such as age-related warts and water warts, are not caused by the wart virus.
What does a wart look like?
The common wart looks like a thick, skin-colored bump. They are hard and rough and sometimes you can see black dots in the wart. These are small blood vessels. The benign tumors are round, oval or have some kind of bulge. They are usually one millimeter to one centimeter in size, but can be larger.
Children suffer from common warts more often than adults. They have more direct contact and the virus spreads quickly. In addition, they often scratch the warts, which increases the risk of infection.
Can you treat or remove warts?
A wart is not serious, but it can cause discomfort. Sometimes it starts to itch or eczema can appear, sometimes a wart can bleed. A wart under your feet is annoying. Also, they don’t look pretty, and warts are particularly noticeable when they appear on the face or hands.
It’s nice that warts go away on their own in most cases, even if it takes time: it can take at least two years for a wart to go away. After all, a wart is the result of infection with a virus, and the body has to work hard to recognize and fight the virus.
Fortunately, you can remove the warts yourself or have them removed. This also prevents spread. Warts can be removed in a number of ways. The doctor can freeze the warts with liquid nitrogen, for example. But there is a better, more natural way.
Remove warts with the Papiopad
A painless treatment against warts, which is also suitable for children, is the use of the Papiopad. With these heat compresses you create a localized fever. The warts get so hot that the immune system and body are activated and the HPV virus is fought at the cellular level. This causes the wart to go away. It is a unique and new method that – as long as the instructions for use are followed – is completely painless. Wart removal is very easy with Papiopad.
Papiopad is a natural treatment, without any caustic substances. The pads contain a saline solution that provides the heat. This makes the product safe for children. Each pad can be used up to fifty times. After each treatment, the pad can be boiled in a pan of water to make it sterile again and ready for the next use.
What makes the Papiopad so special?
– Warts disappear after at least ten treatments
– Completely painless provided the instructions for use are followed
– Easy to use
– The Papiopad is reusable