There are many different types of warts, all of which have one thing in common … they are embarrassing, unpleasing, cosmetically unattractive, unwanted, annoying and sometimes painful protrusions that appear on the skin almost anywhere. They have always considered ugly and in folklore over the years … witches have typically modeled a whole host of various 'warty' protrusions on various parts of their anatomy. In fact the larger the wart … the more evil the witch! The princess never had warts … the wicked stepmother had them though! The 'goodies' never spotted a fashionable wart but the baddies were regularly seen displaying one or more particularly heinous ones.
The appearance of warts is due to the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). It is highly contagious and spread through the infected skin from one person to another through touch. They are more common with children and a big proportion of them are with hard surface with a tiny black dot in the middle.
There are many types of warts, such as common warts, plane warts, seborrhoeic warts, filiform warts and verrucas and can spread through the whole body, appearing one at a time or in clusters. Another feature that makes them so odious is that they are quite persistent and may disappear and appear on another part of the skin. With children, in 90% of the cases, it could take between 6 months and 2 years for the virus to disappear.
Wart treatment depends on their classification, for example, common wart removal can be done with a small electrolysis needle. It is used over the infected area to cauterize the surface layer of the wart and then the little electrolysis needle is inserted in the area to finish the treatment. After the wart removal procedure is complete the lesion will form a scab and then the dead skin will fall away leaving unblemished skin on the spot where the wart once was.
Wart removal is an advanced electrolysis technique, part of the Advanced Cosmetic Procedures, being performed using electrolysis. It requires a practitioner to have received training on how to treat different skin conditions.
There are also other treatments other than electrolysis that are trying to battle with wart removal, however some of them are not as effective or may leave scar tissue on the skin. Therefore, if you would like to lose your villain status and get rid of the unsightly warts then turn to a licensed and certified electrolysis practitioner and tell them your secret identity, in order to resolve your warts problem.