Which Wart Remover Works?


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If you’re using a wart remover, what kind is it? Most likely, it’s an over-the-counter (OTC) solution that is usually found in a local pharmacy.

If you’re trying to remove common hand or arm warts, the OTC product may give you some pretty good results.

But if you’re trying to get rid of warts in more sensitive areas like the face or genitals, you may find that the OTC solution is not satisfactory.

There is often a different type of treatment for each type of wart and wart location.

Common OTC solutions usually cause some serious burning or stinging sensations that make their use very uncomfortable in those “special” areas of the body.

Acid solutions tend to cause a wart to first turn white and hard and then black and soft and this is not the prettiest sight for others to behold.

The old duct tape wart remover method is one in which duct tape is place on a wart and left there for seven days or so. Do you really want duct tape to be on your face or on your “sensitive areas” for seven days? I doubt it.

If you want to continue to have a social life yet still remove the wart permanently, the only real solution is a wart remover that is both private and highly effective. So, where can anyone find a wart remover that is all this and more?

If you don’t want everyone to know you’ve got a wart problem, there is a product that you can use in your own home and that does not show everyone what you’re trying to get rid of.

This program has a bonus in that it is also effective on moles and skin tags.

The technique is well worth the consideration because it comes with a 60 day guarantee that is rare in this field and gives credence to the product.

The choices appear to be very clear. One can either continue trying various OTC products that do not carry a guarantee with them or they can go to the doctor and have their skin lesions removed by surgery or freezing. The only viable alternative is to give the “No More Moles, Warts or Skin Tags” method a try for 60 days and see if it works for you. If not, you get your purchase price back.

Those are your options. Choose the one that’s right for you.

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