As you know Warts that appear on the face are similar to small growths more or less marked, always caused by the infection of the human papillomavirus. They are benign lesions that, however, can create discomfort not only because they are considered unsightly, but mainly because they are contagious and often difficult to remove completely. facial warts are the most common problem. according to united states research, lots of people are facing wart on their skin.
Let’s see then, a guide of steps in which we explain how to remove warts from the face with natural remedies.
Within facial warts, we can identify two types: those that are flat, detected with a smooth surface, often multiple, and filiform, thin and elongated warts, the same color as the skin and often present in the areas around the mouth, under the chin, near the eyes and on the sides of the nose.
How to Avoid Facial Warts
The Facial wart is spread by contact. The virus causes the skin cells to grow, leading to the appearance of a characteristic fleshy lump. You should know about the way that you can get it effectively through any individual. So in a perfect world, you ought to stay away from contact with the individuals.
there are small steps that can help minimize the risk of developing Facial warts and others that can help prevent them from spreading if you have them.
- Use clean towels
- Be careful when shaving
- Be careful of touching pets
- Washing your hands regularly is an important step
- Make sure to keep your skin healthy and hydrated
- make an effort not to bite your nails or your cuticles.
Natural remedies for face wart removal
Fortunately, we can list some home or natural remedies, which will help you to remove warts from the face, but first of all, we advise you a correct and safe diagnosis, so it will be preferable to start by going to the doctor so that he can identify the nature and suggest an appropriate therapy. From here you can try some of the remedies that we suggest.
Garlic: Garlic is one of the best remedies to eliminate warts, being effective, if you rub it on the lesion, also adding a drop of olive oil and covering the affected area with gauze, to keep it overnight.
Tea tree oil: Tea tree oil is a marvelous essential oil that is used by taking a drop to dilute in a little olive oil, applying the solution on the wart.
Apple cider vinegar: It will be applied with a cotton pad rubbing the affected part several times a day until the wart dries and falls off.
Sliced potato: It will be applied to the wart by passing it repeatedly for a few minutes once or twice a day.
Chloride: Making a mask based on clay and magnesium chloride, which will be applied for about sixty minutes, is also another of the remedies, in this case, more effective, with which you can completely remove warts from the face.
Baking soda: In addition, flat warts can be effectively treated by applying a paste of 10 grams of baking soda and 2 tablespoons of water on the skin of the face where the lesion is located, to rub directly on the wart and then leave it for about forty minutes, before rinsing off the solution.
Aloe vera gel: Also for flat warts, aloe vera gel is an effective remedy, especially when combined with chamomile oil: 3 tablespoons of gel and 1 tablespoon of oil are needed to mix and apply on warts, cover with tape and leave to act overnight