Remove Warts Using Duct Tape

Warts are unattractive, obnoxious, and shockingly, very common nowadays. They are little, grainy skin lumps that appears regularly on your fingers or hands.

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Normal warts are caused by an infection and are passed on by touch. Like we said; they often appear on your fingers or hands and might be:

Little, plump, grainy lumps
Tissue colored, white, pink or tan
Rough texture to the touch
Spotted with dark pinpoints, which are little, coagulated veins.

Duct Tape for getting rid of Warts

One of the best-known home remedy for getting rid of warts is an ordinary silver duct tape. Duct tape has developed as a suitable treatment, based into some preparatory studies.

In one study, 61 patients with normal warts got either cryotherapy or duct tape treatment. After two months, 85 percent of those who are utilizing duct tape were freed of their warts, while just 60 percent who got cryotherapy were zero warts visible.


Cover the wart with a little bit of silver duct tape for six days, supplanting the tape as required. Then dip it in water and tenderly remove the dead tissue with a pumice stone or dispensable emery board. 

Leave the wart uncovered for around 12 hours, and after that repeat the procedure until the wart is totally gone.

"You do need to be more patient. This procedure is not an overnight cure" – says Dr. Julian Whitaker, executive of the Whitaker Wellbeing Establishment.


Avoid from direct contact with warts. This takes account of your own warts. 

Try not to pick at warts. Picking may spread the infection. 

Try not to utilize the same emery board, pumice stone or nail scissors on your warts as you use on your uninfected skin and nails.

Try not to chomp your fingernails. Warts happen all more frequently in skin that has been broken. Nibbling the skin around your fingernails opens the entryway for the infection.

Note: See your specialist if the developments are excruciating or change in appearance or color; you've taken a go at treating the warts, yet they remain, spread or shows again; you aren't certain whether the growths are warts.