FAQ – Wartrol
Q: Is Wartrol 100% natural?
A: Yes. Wartrol is composed of 100% natural ingredients that are approved by the FDA (Food & Drug Administration). It contains Salicylic Acid, the main ingredient that is responsible for curing your warts, and natural oils.
Q: Does Wartrol really work?
A: I cannot legally guarantee any results, but it has successfully treated many peoples’ warts up to date. You can read some of the testimonials on my Wartrol Review page.
Q: How does this liquid wart remover work?
Salicylic Acid, which is one of the main Wartrol ingredients, zaps the root of your warts. It then deprives the wart of Oxygen, gradually dissolving the wart until it is no longer present in the skin.
Q: Where can I buy Wartrol?
A: You can simply click on the yellow button on the right-side panel.
Q: Which types of warts can Wartrol cure?
A: Wartrol can cure many different types of warts, including plantar warts, periungual warts, common warts, flat warts, seed warts, filiform warts, and mosaic warts.
Q: Can I apply Wartrol on any part of my body?
A: You can apply it on any part of your body except your mouth, face, and genitals.
Q: Will I have to suffer through any pain?
A: No. As long as you follow the directions on the product label, you can go through the entire process without any discomfort.
To learn how to treat your warts with safety and precaution, read this article on Mayo Clinic.
Q: How fast will Wartrol eliminate my warts?
A: It can take anywhere from 2 days to a few weeks, depending on how big and severe your warts are. It took me exactly 6 days to get rid of my plantar warts without leaving any residues behind.
FAQ – Warts
Q: Are warts contagious?
A: Yes. Warts can spread from contact, so make sure to avoid touching or scratching your warts. Also be careful not to let it get in contact with anyone else.
Q: What is the best way to remove warts?
A: Based on my personal experience, the simplest and safest way to remove warts is to apply Wartrol on your warts for at least 15 minutes everyday until your warts are completely gone.
Other alternatives are laser wart removal, cryotherapy, and wart removal surgery. However, these treatment methods are much more expensive and will likely cause a lot of pain.
Q: I can’t spend any money at the moment. What are some easy wart removal home remedies?
A: Check out my Top 9 Home Remedies for Warts.
Also check out the home remedies suggested on besthealthmag.ca.
Q: What are some wart removal methods that I should avoid at all costs?
A: Do NOT try to get rid of your warts using a nail clipper, knife, or other sharp objects. Not only is this painful, but can also cause serious bleeding and damage to your skin.
Q: How can I get rid of warts forever?
A: Check out my Wart Prevention Guide.
Q: What are the differences between plantar wart, planters wart, foot wart, and verruca?
A: They are all the same, just different ways of referring to warts that grow on your feet.
Q: Can verrucas spread?
A: As verrucas are no different than warts, yes they can.
Q: What is an appropriate treatment for a verruca?
A: As mentioned already, a verruca is synonymous to a plantar wart, and thus, there are many ways to treat this skin condition.
Whether a treatment method is appropriate or not depends on the patient, since everyone has different standards in terms of treatment costs, pain tolerance, time it takes to fully heal, etc.
There are many resources in this website for you to learn and decide for yourself what the best treatment option will be for you.
Q: I have very small warts spreading on hands. Should I be concerned?
A: Yes. Whether your warts are tiny as a booger, or large as a golf ball, they should all be taken very seriously. Your warts can grow and spread very quickly, so you should treat them before they become too severe.
If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to leave me a comment below. I’ll be happy to get back to you as soon as I can.
Be well 🙂
– Jason Burke