There are many approaches that you can use to get rid of verrucas, with the mainstream wart treatment methods are verruca removal surgery, salicylic acid based topical wart cream, and homemade wart remover.
Among the home remedies for warts, there are testimonials by some people who say putting nail varnish on verrucas worked for their problem, despite nail polish is not really the first choice for people trying to remove verrucas naturally.
Many people are questioning the effectiveness of verruca treatment with nail varnish because it is not exactly scientific, as nail polish is not created as some sort of medicine for verrucas.
Having said this, have you heard of people using duct tape to successfully remove wart? Duct tape is apparently not created with some sort of medicine for plantar wart, either.
“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”, or so the expression goes.
That being said, many people would like to look good at all times, which is unrealistic unless we are that 0.01% of people who have great genetics.
If you are someone who has skin tags on visible areas such as face or eyelid, it may shake your confidence or even affect your self-esteem.
With the micro TagBand skin tag removal device is an over the counter option available in the market to help get rid of these embarrassing skin growths —
Does this tag remover really work? How is it compared to other product like Wart Mole Vanish skin tag removal kit?
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Dr. Blaine’s Tineacide antifungal cream with physician formula is an OTC product formulated to treat foot and nail fungus.
But do its ingredients really work as antifungal solution per medical studies and user reviews, without any side effects?
What are the alternatives to treat nail fungus at home?
Fungal nail infections are basically caused by a fungus spreading under the nail into the nail bed.
These can be picked up anywhere easily and there’s a moist and warm environment, which allows the fungus to spread from one person to another.
While Rejuvenail is one of the OTC products that claim to address nail fungus, does it really work per user reviews? Any alternatives?
But let’s first understand:
Dr. Scholl’s is a popular foot care brand, which also has series of promising over the counter product for removal of HPV common warts and plantar warts.
For examples, Dr Scholl’s Freeze Away Wart Remover is an OTC freezing treatment similar to the Cryotherapy wart removal method adopted by doctors, while Dr. Scholl’s Clear Away Wart Remover Invisible Strip has discs with salicylic acid to treat warts.
But how about using Dr Scholl’s wart remover like Freeze Away on HPV genital warts?
Anyone tried before?