Wart Medication

Wart Medication Reveals Exactly How to Be Rid of Plantar Warts

Company recommends Wartrol as most efficacious plantar wart remedy


Binghamton, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/11/2014 -- Wart medication has come a long way since the days of Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer, when the commonly recommended wart removal remedy of the day involved a dead cat and a graveyard at midnight. Few human maladies seem to have inspired as many superstitions and folk remedies as have the unattractive but relatively harmless small, rough skin growths known as warts. Contrary to popular opinion, they are not by frogs or toads, but by one of the many different varieties of the human papillomavirus (HPV). For centuries, people have sought efficacious ways to rid themselves of these unsightly growths, often with little success. While most warts are simply unsightly, plantar warts, which grow on the sole of the foot can be painful when the affected person walks. Wart Medication, a nationally recognized concern specializing in the formulation and promotion of wart treatment revealed recently exactly how to get rid of a Plantar wart.

Company spokesperson Barbara J. Saunders elaborated. "While nobody likes a wart, they generally are painless, and will eventually go away on their own although most people like to hasten this process if they can, since it can take as long as several years for a wart to disappear. However, plantar warts are different. They appear on the ball or heel of the foot and cause pain when weight is placed upon them. Some people have a number of plantar warts on their feet and find it difficult to walk, exercise, play sports or participate fully in life." There are a number of wart removal over the counter products on the market, and Saunders' favorite is one called Wartrol. "Wartrol is a liquid wart treatment. It comes with a brush that allows the medication to be precisely delivered. There isn't a stronger wart removal product on the market than Wartrol, and most people find that with regular use their plantar warts go away in a matter of weeks."

Plantar warts can be contracted by people of any age but are most common in kids and young adults who share public bathing areas such as locker rooms, dorm facilities, pools, etc. By wearing sandals or swim shoes in public areas, it is possible to minimize one's risk of infection, not only of plantar warts, but also contagious fungal diseases such as athlete's foot.

About Wart Medication
Wart Medication is an online site that seeks to educate the public about readily available remedies for those suffering from warts, skin tags and also, moles. It provides up to date information, reviews, and personal testimonials of the most popular wart removal products in use today.