Wart treatment

Warts are benign infections. They mainly appear on the feet and hands, but can appear on the face, back, knees and elbows. The type of warts can be determined according to their appearance and location. Indeed, there are: : common warts, plantar warts, filiform warts and flat warts.

Factors at the origin of warts

The skin has three layers (epidermis, dermis and hypodermis) protecting against the attack of viruses. The immune system is in charge of destroying viruses, but if it is weak, the virus can be amplified and can cause warts. Various psychological factors such as fatigue and stress are responsible of this weakening.

Treatment by a doctor

To treat warts, various techniques are performed in medical practice by a doctor or dermatologist. To make them disappear, they use various methods over several sessions such as burning the warts, remove them by curettage and cryotherapy (cold treatment). Cryotherapy reaches a temperature of -57°C and is especially used to treat plantar and/or vulvar warts. This treatment can be very painful, especially if it is a child who is treated.

Other treatments at home

There are other treatments for the long-term. Homeopathy is one of the most used treatments. The homeopath studies beyond the wart, the patient's psychological state so that it follows a treatment appropriate to his case. This treatment comes in many aspects like drops, granules etc. It can also cure warts with essential oils wart.

Quick and effective solutions

However, it is difficult to get rid of them quickly, warts tend to recur. IONOMAT offers an innovative and powerful device able to remove warts.

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