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        <p>Warts on your fingers can be very unpleasant and interfere
with your normal day-to-day activities. If you have them, I'm sure you
want to know what are the various ways to <a rel="nofollow"
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wart">remove warts</a>. Some of these treatments may be complicated,
costly and cause pain, while others simply are not effective. Let's have
a quick look at what is available.</p>
<p>To begin, we should consider what result we want to achieve, and then
we can see what kind of treatment might produce this result. After the
removal of a wart, I would say we would desire clear healthy skin, with
no scars and no recurrence of the wart. As for the removal process
itself, we want it to be inexpensive, painless, quick, and easy.</p>
<p>Now let's examine some of the wart removal treatments available.</p>
<p>Firstly the wart can be frozen using dry ice. This will usually
require a health professional to carry out the procedure, so it is likely
to be expensive, and usually very painful, even though a local
anaesthetic may be used. Normally several treatments will be required to
complete the treatment. Warts often return after some time and you may
well be left with a scar.</p>
<p>Another option that your doctor may suggest is electro surgery, where
the heat of an electric current is used to remove warts, or laser
therapy, which uses a laser. These two methods can be painful and may
leave scars.</p>
<p>You may have heard about using duct tape for wart removal. This has
proved to be very effective for many people. However, it often takes
several weeks to work and it can be quite annoying to have pieces of tape
on your hands.</p>
<p>There are several OTC products that can help remove warts. I cannot
review all of them here, but checking the ingredients might help you
decide which might be the most effective. Salicylic acid is known to
effectively kill warts, but there is some disagreement about the best
concentration to use, but if you get the right strength it can remove a
wart efficiently, quickly and relatively painlessly. Tea tree oil has
also proved very useful, and if the product contains Aloe Vera, then that
will help hydrate the skin and stop the warts return.</p>
<p>There are also some very effective treatments that can be done at
home. These are recipes that you follow using items most people will
already have in their store cupboards at home. These provide a cheap and
fairly easy way to remove a wart. The best of these can produce results
very quickly, from just three days, and have been used by many people to
successfully remove their warts at home.</p>
<p>For reviews of these products please visit <a rel="nofollow"
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href="http://removeawartinfo.com/">http://removeawartinfo.com/</a> and I
wish you the best of luck with getting those warts off your fingers!</p>
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