NATURALIS WART TREATMENT
A wart, or verruca, is a growth of skin. The roughened surface of a wart often looks like a tiny cauliflower , the underside of a wart is smooth and round, and the entire wart is confined to the epidermis -- the outermost layer of the skin. The common wart, Verruca vulgaris, typically occurs on the hands. Flat warts, V. plana, typically occur on the face. And the plantar wart, or V. plantaris (which derives its name from the plantar muscles of the foot), 颅typically occurs on the soles of the feet. The genital (venereal) wart, Condyloma acuminatum, occurs on the genitals or in the perianal region.
All warts are evidence of the skin鈥檚 reaction to one of more than seventy-five strains of a DNA virus called human papillomavirus, or HPV. HPV infection causes the cells of the epidermis, the outermost layer of skin, to proliferate. They are contagious, and they are spread when the virus touches a part of the skin where the outer protective layer is broken, either by minor trauma or by moisture.
Types of Warts
There are four common kinds of warts Common warts, Foot warts, Flat warts, Genital warts.
Common warts (verrucae vulgaris), which almost everyone gets, are firm growths that usually have a rough surface. They are round or irregularly shaped; are gray, yellow, or brown; and are usually less than 1/2 inch across. Generally, they appear on areas that are frequently injured, such as the knees, face, fingers, and around the nails (periungual warts). Common warts may spread to surrounding skin.
Foot warts or Plantar warts develop on the sole of the foot, where they are usually flattened by the pressure of walking and are surrounded by thickened skin. They tend to be hard and flat, with a rough surface and well-defined boundaries. Warts may appear on the top of the foot or on the toes, where they are usually raised and fleshier. Warts are often gray or brown and have a small black center. Unlike corns and calluses, plantar warts tend to bleed from many tiny spots, like pinpoints, when a doctor shaves or cuts the surface away with a knife.
Filiform warts are long, narrow, small growths that usually appear on the eyelids, face, neck, or lips. Flat warts, which are more common in children and young adults, usually appear in groups as smooth yellow-brown, pink, or flesh-colored spots, most frequently on the face and tops of the hands. The beard area in men and the legs in women are also common locations for flat warts, where they may be spread by shaving.
Flat warts or juvenile warts: are smaller and smoother than other warts, and has the size of a pinhead; they may be pink, light brown, or yellow. They tend to grow in great numbers - 20 to 100 at any one time. They can occur anywhere, but in children they are most common on the face. In adults they are often found in the beard area in men and on the legs in women. Irritation from shaving probably accounts for this.
Genital warts (also called condyloma): are one of the most common causes of sexually transmitted infection.Its appearance is soft, not rough, moist, flesh colored and scaly. They sometimes appear in clusters that resemble cauliflower-like bumps, and can be raised or flat, small or large. The HPVs that cause genital warts rarely cause warts of the hands or feet. Genital warts have been linked to cancer of the genital area.
Q. How long does Naturalis Warts Treatment take to work?
The healing process varies from person to person. Depending on the quantity and size of warts and your immune system, warts will be eliminated in 4 to 12 weeks. Once eliminated, the same warts will not grow back.
Naturalis Warts Treatment Cream will draw the warts out of the skin with
no burning or skin irritation. They will then flake away leaving no
Naturalis Warts Treatment Cream will draw the warts out of the skin with no burning or skin irritation. They will then flake away leaving no scarring.
Q. How soon will I see results?
A. There are seventy-five strains of the wart virus; therefore results will vary from person to person. The healing process can take anywhere from 6 to 12 weeks, stubborn strains of the virus can take a little longer to heal. Please be patient, the formula works from the root of the wart, for this reason you may not see any change to the warts in the early stages of the healing process. DO NOT be alarmed when redness and swelling appear on treated area. This is completely normal indicating healing is progressing and quickly disappears. In cases, the warts may get larger or turn white as the formula draws them out of the skin. They will then begin to flake and disappear leaving no scarring.
Q. Do I need more than one bottle of Naturalis Warts Treatment Cream ?
A. This depends on the amount and size of your warts. It is important that you do not run out of warts cream and interrupt the program.
Q. Is the virus contagious?
A. Yes, HPV is contagious.
Q. How do I apply the product?
A. Cleanse the skin before every application. Apply cream twice daily both morning and evening. Wash you hands before every application. Using a clean cotton swab, scope adequate amount of cream and apply the herbal cream over each cutaneous warts.
use the pad of the finger gently massages the cream into the warts spot
until the cream is absorbed by the skin. Avoid
contact with normal skin. If contact occurs, wipe out the excess cream
with water. Next use another clean cotton swab and apply a thick
coat of the cream on each wart. Leave
the cream over the affected area.
(Note: Always remember to use a clean cotton swab to scoop the cream).
Q. My son is 6 years old; can I apply Naturalis Warts Treatment to his fingers?
unique natural herbal formulation can be used on children under the age of
4. Adult supervision is necessary while treating children
Q. Do I need to place a band-aid onto the warts after application?
A. If you choose to, you can use a band-aid on hands or fingers. However, it is not a necessity.
NOTE: Please note that these remedies are not for genital or cervical warts. A Doctor should treat genital or cervical warts.
The Naturalis Warts Treatment cream contains unique proprietary blend of herbs and natural plant & fruit extracts. The natural remedy has no side effects. The warts treatment cream will draw the warts out of the skin with no burning or skin irritation. They will then flake away leaving no scarring. . DO NOT be alarmed when redness and swelling appear on treated area. This is completely normal indicating healing is progressing and quickly disappears. In some cases, the warts may get larger or turn white as the formula draws them out of the skin. They will then begin to flake and disappear leaving no scarring.
The healing process varies from person to person. Depending on the quantity and size of warts and your immune system, warts will be eliminated in 4 to 12 weeks. Once eliminated, the same warts will not grow back. Warts cover large surface areas on the skin and stubborn strains of the virus can take a little longer to heal.
Skin tones normally balance out within 30 days although some people may require several months for skin tones to return to normal.
Angeline Petrov, 34, VA, USA
you for your Naturalis Wart Treatment. My son had warts on her hands
since age 4. By age 7 he had tiny warts on his face and had many
unsuccessful trips to the dermatologist, I was desperate and luckily, a
friend recommended the Naturalis Wart Treatment. Her warts disappeared in
less than 2 weeks. It is truly a fantastic product. Thank you so much!
Janice Tay, 45, Hougang, Singapore
I am writing
to express my gratitude for your Naturalis Wart Treatment . I was amazed
at how well your wart treatment had worked. I went through having my wart
burned off 4 times and each time it grew back larger. Eversince starting
on your wart treatment a week ago, my wart gradually disappeared. Thank
you very much for having such a wonderful product.
Marcie Howe, 54, London, UK
Daphe Belva, 38, Sydney, Australia
Your Naturalis Wart Treatment works! My daughter had a huge plantar wart on her foot and now it is smooth skin where the wart used to be. Thanks so much, this is fantastic!