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Ann

Here's is the best remover yet. Apply a bit of Apple cider Vinegar to the wart with a Q-tip and then cover it with a Band-aid every night and in 1 to 2 weeks it will be gone. I tried it and it workes better than anything out there.

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Jill G

I wanted to thank you for this website. I had been suffering with a painful quarter-sized planters wart on the ball of my foot for more than ten years and it is finally gone. I had just been putting up with it, even walking in such a way to keep pressure off of it because of the pain. I am so relieved it's finally gone, along with two other smaller warts that were next to it.

I did all the steps, dipped cottonballs in ACV every day and night and kept the moist cotton taped to the infection area. I just want to reiterate what many others have mentioned, that it's important to trim the cotton to the size of the wart or you will experience an immense amount of pain. Healthy skin does not like ACV very well and you will most definitely feel the burn. Don't get me wrong, it's still painful to keep it just on the wart but it's not even close to the pain you'd experience with ACV on healthy skin.

It took about a month-and-a-half for the large wart to go away. The smaller ones were gone within a few weeks. You'll want to keep an eye on it because it will begin to change colors. When it would get darker, I would trim the skin down because it was in there so deep. Towards the end, it turned black down toward the base so I cleaned it and left the ACV off to see if it would heal. I now have perfectly healed skin in its place and the wart and the pain are gone. I'm truly amazed. I almost gave up because it took so long and I was tired of limping around with the ACV on. I really didn't think this would work but it totally did. So hang in there.

One thing I would add is that I wouldn't use this on my face. It's really strong so I just wouldn't take a chance.

Anonymous

I have warts on my fingers and I have recently noticed a small wart growing on my upper lip. Im so glad I caught it before it was to late. I put Vaseline on the good skin so the acv wont harm it but as of right now I am using acv for all warts and I will contibue using.

diana

Hello i used apple cider vinegar for 3 days to get ride of my flat warts on my face; yesterday i forgot to put vaseline around the treated area so i woke up having a complete area bruised and irritated the color is red now!! How long it will last and how to treat it ? Should i stop Using apple cider Vinegar at least until it became normal?

Anonymous

Okay, I've been looking for this forum for ages. Lemme tell you a story.

About 15-16 months ago, I got to a point where I was so angry and frustrated at my verrucas that I decided I was going to take it into my own hands and stop relying on doctors for help (who didn't quite frankly). So I found this forum and I started treating my cluster of 9 flat verrucas on the heel of my foot and it bloody works with little pain and no scarring so follow my lead if you wanna get rid.

Get apple cider vinegar, and whenever it's convenient for you soak a cotton bud/pad in it and stick it to your foot somehow (I used duct tape and then wore a sock and did it overnight every night). This is where it might become painful because it essential draws the verruca out of the deep layers of skin.

When it starts to become painful, apply your normal verruca treatment (I used Bazuka extra strength). This is very good at freezing those top layers of skin. Then in the bath or shower invest in one of those hard skin remover tools for your feet, the ones with metal on, and scrub it off.

Then start that all over again, and keep doing it until the verrucas are gone. It might take a few months, but I promise it won't be overly painful and you won't have any scarring/skin discolouration from trying to gouge the damn things out of your foot. I hope this helps someone!

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