Flat Warts

Flat warts, like all types of warts, form after a human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. They have a white/yellow or flesh color and they are very easy to notice. You can recognize them because they are at the same level of the skin and not raised like other types of warts. They usually form on the face and neck but you can also have them on knees, elbows, arms, legs or the back of the hands.

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Flat warts are smoother and smaller than other types and can grow one at a time or in groups. They are more easy to grow on children, since their body is not strong enough to fight this kind of infection. In adults, they usually form after shaving, when the skin is inflamed and more vulnerable to the virus. This is why is very common for men to have them on the face and for women to have them on legs. The HPV can enter very easily inside the body where there are cuts, scratches or wounds. 

Transmission of flat warts

Warts can be transmitted either through direct or indirect contact with the virus. There are many types of the human papillomavirus but the strain behind flat warts are only four: HPV 3, 10, 28 and 49. They can be spread through physical contact, touching an infected person or indirectly, using an object which has been previously infected by someone else such as a towel or skin products.

Because of this I strongly recommend being very careful when touching other people or using objects that belongs to others. You should know that flat warts are very easy to spread and they are extremely contagious. You can start developing a new wart just by touching a wart you already have and then touching another part of your body. This happens very frequently when you have for example warts on face. So, if you accidentally touch a wart I suggest you wash immediately your hands with soap.

How to cure and get rid of flat warts

Flat warts can be treated in different ways. Most of the time, the treatment is based on the case and on the number of warts you have. Doctors usually prescribe topical creams to remove flat warts but unfortunately this kind of treatment is effective only at the beginning. The reason is that until you don’t eradicate the HPV from your body, wart are going to form again and again.  

Sometimes if the situation is critical a lot of people decide to get their warts removed with laser surgery or cryotherapy. Both of these procedures are very costly, very painful and they can also cause visible scarring. The biggest problem with them is still the same. They are not going to act on the virus and once you have remove the warts they can always come back. The best way to solve your problem is to find a way to act on both the warts and the virus, possibly using a method that will not damage your skin and your health.

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Facial Warts

face wartsFacial warts can cause embarrassment and a lot of discomfort. They grow on the face which is what people first notice of you when you talk to them. Having warts on your face can definitely make your daily life very embarrassing and difficult. This is because people may fear they can be infected by you or they can just be disgust by the warts you have on your face. I have personally experienced facial warts and I can tell you that many of the people I knew used to avoid me because they were scared I could have infected them.

From experience I can tell you that when warts grow on your face, you want to find a way to remove them as quick as possible. Facial warts can be considered flat warts and have small dimension. Usually they form in groups and expand on the face very fast if not treated properly. A lot of times it will happen because of self-contamination. Because of this I suggest being very careful when you touch your face or you can accidentally infect it even more. Wash your hands with soap immediately if you touch any of your warts.

What causes facial warts

What causes the growth of warts is the human papillomavirus (HPV) a very contagious virus that can spread easily from one person to another. The easiest way to transmit the virus is though direct contact when two people touch each other. You should know that the HPV can also be transmitted through object. For example, it can be transmitted just using a towel or skin products that have been previously infected by someone else. This is why you should always be very careful when sharing this type of personal objects. 

How to get rid of warts on face

So far, common medication has not found a non-invasive procedure to eradicate the human papillomavirus from the human body. If you want to rely on accredited medical treatments to remove facial warts, you may need to go through some sessions of cryotherapy or laser therapy. You should know that these procedures are not just very costly but in some cases even very painful and leave visible scars on your face.

It is very common for people that have warts on face to remove them with the use of invasive procedures and then to have a plastic surgeries to remove the scars that have been left. All of this can cost you a fortune and at the end is not going to solve your problem. This is because the HPV can’t be eliminated from the outside. If you want to really eliminate your facial warts I suggest you choose a natural remedy that will act on both the warts and the virus removing them safely and without leaving any scars on your skin.

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What are warts?

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The first step to learn how to kill warts is to answer to the questions: what are warts and what causes them? Warts are viral growths caused by the human papillomavirus. They can be formed anywhere on the skin and usually do not represent a serious medical condition. You should know that they are only benign tumors and non-cancerous ones. The way that warts survive on your body is through tiny blood vessels that grows deep inside your skin.

Warts are not just unpleasant to look at and often very painful, but usually it can take some time before you will find a way to remove them. This is because there are different type of them. If you want to find an effective cure and get rid of your warts, it will be very important to understand which type you have been infected with.

Main types of warts and their transmission

There are 5 main types of warts. Each one has different characteristics and can develop almost on every part of the body. This is a list of all of them and their principal characteristics:

Flat Warts – This type of warts normally grows on arms, face or legs. A flat wart is generally flatter and smoother than other types and has two characteristic colors: pink or light brown. They are very common in children.

Plantar Warts – Plantar warts grow on the sole of the foot. Usually, they have a light tone or a slightly yellow color and they are form as hard growths on the skin. Plantar warts cause pain when walking (because of the pressure of the body on them) and they feel like  having a little stone inside your shoe.

Filiform Warts – These warts commonly form around the mouth, nose, eyes or beard. Filiform warts are generally flesh-colored, narrow and protrude above the surface of the skin. One of their characteristics is that they spread very fast.

Periungual Warts – This particular type usually develop around or under fingernails or toenails (in the latter case they are also called subungual warts). They appear like any common warts but they are usually very painful and more difficult to cure, because of the place where they grow.

Genital Warts – They form in the genital area and manifest as small growths. Genital warts vary in thickness, from soft to hard, and color, from light pink to brown or yellow. They are not painful but they create a lot of discomfort and they are very contagious.

All types of warts described above are caused by the same virus: the human papillomavirus (HPV). You should know that, there are more than 100 strains of this virus and they can be transmitted through direct or indirect contact. This means that you can either get infected touching someone who has warts or touching an object or a surface that has been previously infected.

Also, it is very important to be very careful when touching your warts. This is because, it is very easy to spread the virus to other parts of your body if you are being cautious. So, I strongly suggest not to pick or scratch your warts and wash your hands immediately if you ever touch them. This will make sure you won’t spread the virus all over your body.

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Foot Warts

foot wartsFoot warts are one of the most common and widespread type of warts. You can easily notice them on your feet for their particular characteristics. The most common is the thickening and hardening of the skin and the color which usually is yellow or brown. Often, where plantar warts (the scientific name of foot warts) manifest the skin is higher than normal. They can cause quite a lot of pain, especially if they grow on the sole of the foot. This is because the weight of the body will constantly exercise pressure on them. The feeling you will have when plantar warts develop is like having a little stone inside the shoe. Also, since this type of warts causes a lot of discomfort very often it is going to be difficult to have a good posture and in time you can experience also back and neck pain.

Another characteristic of foot warts is the root, which is visible as a small black dot at the center of the wart. They are not to difficult to notice, since their roots are usually quite big. Warts can manifest everywhere on the foot, but the most common and painful are the ones that grow on the sole of the foot. This is because during the day the area is constantly stimulated and has to bear a lot of pressure. Other types that cause also a lot of pain are the so called periungual and subungual warts which grow respectively around and underneath toenails. The biggest problem with these two types is that they will make very uncomfortable wearing shoes.

What causes warts on foot?

Behind the manifestation of foot warts and all types of warts, there is the human papillomavirus. This DNA virus causes the growth of warts on your skin and getting infected is unfortunately very easy. The virus is transmitted from person to person by direct or indirect contact. A small scratch or a small wound on the sole of the foot is enough to allow the virus to enter inside your body. After that, it is not going to take too long before you will notice one or more warts growing on your feet. Something you should know is that the Human Papillomavirus can not be eradicated just removing the warts. You are going to need a specific treatment to eliminate it from your body.

Where can you get foot warts?

The easiest way to get foot warts is to walk barefoot. The most common places where you can be infected are showers, gyms, swimming pools or simply the floor of your house. Because of this, I highly recommend always use flip-flops in gyms and swimming pools showers and to use slippers when you are at home.

When we take in consideration warts on children, we must be extremely careful because children can be infected very easily doing sports or playing outside. This is because the skin of a child is very delicate and vulnerable. So be aware that your kids are always wearing shoes when they play in public places or going outside.

Treatments for foot warts:

The most common treatments used to remove plantar warts are cryotherapy, laser therapy and surgical removal procedures. Cryotherapy is the use of liquid nitrogen to freeze warts to allow their removal. Laser therapy uses an intensive beam of light to burn directly all the infected warts cells. Surgical removal procedures, used when possible, remove with an incision the infected tissues without the need of any particular device.

The treatment I have described above are used very often in the treatment of warts but unfortunately they have a lot of downsides and they will not be a permanent solution to your problem. First, surgical procedures are very expensive, painful and have a long healing period. Also, they can leave scars or wounds that are going to make very difficult walking. It is going to take several weeks before the skin is healed completely. But the worst downside is that after all the pain and the money invested they are not going to eliminate the Human Papillomavirus from your body and this is going to allow warts to grow again in the future.

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