Wart Control is a powerful organic medicine designed to remove warts and molluscum without scarring, whilst helping to heal damaged and broken skin.
Recommended by doctors, Wart Control is a revolutionary wart and molluscum treatment:
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Warts are local growths in the epidermis (upper skin layer) caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. Although transmitted by skin contact, warts can often affect only one family member. People with warts can auto-inoculate themselves by touching an unaffected area on their body after touching their wart.
There are more than 100 types of HPVs that infect humans, and over forty HPV types that infect the genital tract and anus, causing genital warts. Genital (venereal) warts are transmitted through sexual contact, and are therefore deemed a sexually transmitted disease (STD).
Molluscum contagiosum is a common skin disorder caused by a skin infection with the poxvirus. It takes the form of small, smooth skin-coloured or pink bumps scattered on the body. These bumps are usually the size of a spot or pinhead. When inflamed, some of the bumps redden and cause a dry, itchy rash.
Common warts (verruca vulgaris): Common warts are thick, firm bumps with a rough surface that sometimes resembles a cauliflower. These warts often have tiny dark spots, formed from clotted blood vessels. Common warts are most often found on the knuckles, fingers, elbows and knees, but can appear anywhere on the body.
Verrucae (plantar warts): Plantar warts appear on the soles of the feet, and occasionally the heel and toes. Plantar warts can be extremely painful, partly because they usually grow back into the skin as the person's weight pushes onto the foot sole. Plantar warts often have a black dot in the middle, with a surrounding hard, white area. The dark dot is the wart's blood supply.
Plane warts (verruca plana): Plane warts, also called flat warts, are round, flat and smooth. They tend to be yellowish, brownish or skin colour. Plane warts usually appear on the hands, legs and face. These warts are more common in young children and rarely appear in adults.
Filiform warts (verruca filiformis): Filiform warts are long and usually appear on the eyelids, neck and armpits.
Mosaic warts: Mosaic warts grow in clusters, and palmar warts are mosaic warts that grow on the palm of the hands and feet.
Genital warts (condylomata acuminate): Usually, genital warts do not have symptoms, but they are occasionally associated with irritation, burning, or soreness. Women with warts inside the vagina may experience bleeding following sexual intercourse or an abnormal vaginal discharge.
The molluscum contagiosum virus often affects one or two parts of the body at a time, and symptoms frequently appear on the chest, back, or legs. Other common locations include the face, neck, eyelids, thighs, genitals, and buttocks, but the virus tends not to affect the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. Molluscum is often mistaken for acne, as when the molluscum bump is squeezed, it releases a small white core resembling a typical whitehead.
The HPV infection is common, infecting an estimated 6 million people in the US, of which 50% are between the ages of 15 and 25. HPV does not usually result in obvious side effects, as it can remain inactive or concealed inside the body. Therefore, a large number of people may have HPV without even knowing it. However, even in its inactive state, the virus is extremely infectious, and people may unknowingly transmit it to others.
Warts spread through direct skin-to-skin contact, especially when infected areas touch damaged skin of an uninfected area. Damaged skin can be any small opening such as those caused by:
Skin exposed to excessive moisture, such as on sweaty feet, is at a higher risk of the HPV infection. A person with scratches or cuts on the soles of their feet can catch the infection walking barefoot around swimming pools, gyms, or by sharing socks or shoes.
Basic wart prevention involves maintaining proper hygiene, and protecting your skin:
Wart Control from Forces of Nature has been created for the treatment and removal of common warts and molluscum.
The lipophilic formula in Wart Control absorbs deep into skin tissue, targeting cells to treat even the most resistant strains of warts and help heal damaged skin.
Wart Control is a unique formula, created to eliminate warts and molluscum. Results are supported by our 3-month money back guarantee.
Directions for use
Apply a few drops of Wart Control to a cotton swab and dab onto warts three times a day. This product can also be applied to warts neat. If you experience irritation after using this product, wash the affected area with warm soapy water before further application and apply less product. We recommend applying a plaster after application.
Wart Control is an advanced organic wart and molluscum treatment, which is designed to eliminate even the most resilient warts. This breakthrough remedy merges condition specific soothing botanicals with the power of recognised and established homeopathic drugs to treat warts and molluscum.
|Thuja Occidentalis* 6X HPUS||Remedy for warts and molluscum
|Phytolacca Americana* 6X HPUS||Heals wart and molluscum symptoms|
|Calendula Officinalis* 6X HPUS||Promotes healthy skin and healing|
The letters 'HPUS' indicate that the component(s) in this product is (are) officially monographed in the Homœopathic Pharmacopœia of the United States.
* Certified Organic
Do not use this product on irritated skin, areas that are infected or reddened, if you are a diabetic, or if you have poor blood circulation.
This product does not prevent the spread of warts.
Some individuals may be sensitive to oils. Begin with a small drop to see if the product causes any increased redness or irritation and discontinue use if it irritates your skin.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your doctor before use. Not for use on children under the age of 36 months. Keep all medicines out of the reach of children.
External use only. If Wart Control is accidentally swallowed, seek medical help immediately. Do not apply to the eyes or mucous membranes. Stop use and consult a doctor if condition worsens, or consult a doctor if symptoms show no improvement after 7 days.