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Today I am going to let you know a few tricks on how to get rid of warts fast and naturally. Nobody likes to confess that they have warts. Let's be completely honest about this, if you don't agree you're lying: almost everybody had to fight against warts in their teenage years. Click To Tweet They just multiply and spread out.
Usually warts found on hands or feet, because that’s where we come in contact with the most things. I had the pleasure of being troubled by them as well, and nothing that I did worked. And trust me, I did everything! I took a bunch of vitamins to build my immune system, the duct tape method, freezing method, applied: banana peel, onions, tea tree oil etc. Nothing seemed to work and they kept coming back.
There were only TWO simple things that worked wonders for me, so here you go:
- Nail Polish Remover
I used this brand of nail polish remover, but really, you can use anything you like. Just apply some on a band-aid and wrap it around your wart. Repeat this process every day for about 7-14 days. By that time, your wart should be history!
2. 80% Vinegar
This is very hard to buy because the acidity is so high. But of course, amazon has everything.
When applying the vinegar, you have to be SUPER careful. It burns everything you come in contact with.
**How to do it:**
Before applying, take some Vaseline and cover the area around the wart. Then, take a Q-tip and dip it in the vinegar solution. Now take your dipped Q-tip and hold it only on the wart for 15 minutes. It can be a bit painful, because it is burning the wart out. If you can’t hold it for the whole 15 minutes, just hold it as long as possible.
Wait for a couple days and let the vinegar do it’s magic. You will see black spots forming in your wart. These are the dead roots. You have to make sure to get rid of all the dead roots otherwise the wart will come back.
Repeat as many times as needed, but be sure to wait at least 24 hours between each application.
Some of my warts needed just one application, others 2-3.
Let me know what you use and if you want to know more about the methods listed in the intro in the comments below! Good luck!