What is it?
Wartrol is a topical liquid that is meant to heal and remove warts on the body. It works to remove Flat, Verruca, and Plantar warts and alleviates the itching and irritation that comes with them. Unlike traditional medicines and creams, this product contains all natural ingredients and is a homeopathic remedy for warts.
How does this product work?
The person taking Wartrol first has to wash the area surrounding the wart with warm water. The area should then be left to dry. The Wartrol solution is then placed onto the wart using the built-in applicator and the area is left alone for 18-20 minutes. This process continues three times a day until the wart has been completely removed. The ingredients in this product facilitate a process called Keratolysis, which involves the gradual removal of dead skin surrounding the wart. This weakens the HPV (the virus that causes the wart) and the dead skin begins to disintegrate while new skin grows. While the FDA approved ingredients, like Salicylic acid, facilitate the removal of warts, the natural oils soothe and strengthen the skin.
The most common over-the-counter treatment for warts is the use of pure Salicylic acid. While it is very effective at breaking down keratin (the protein in dead skin) it can also cause rashes and irritation when placed on normal skin. People using pure Salicylic acid therefore have to be very careful when placing the liquid on their warts. Any mistakes can result in irritation and redness on normally healthy skin. Wartrol, on the other hand, contains natural oils which balance out the acidity of the Salycylic solution. This means that this product actually soothes and nourishes the skin while also combating HPV.
Another method that is used to treat warts is nonprescription freezing products. These can be effective but the removal of warts following this treatment can be painful. The accuracy of placement is also very important since it could be very harmful if healthy tissue is frozen. It removes warts gradually by boosting the body’s immunity. This means that quick and painful warts removals are not involved.
The company that manufactures this product also offers discounts on larger orders. This means that the more product that is purchased, the more free bottles that one receives. This offer is especially useful for individuals who deal with persistent and reoccurring warts.
As mentioned above, the ingredients within this product have been fully approved by the FDA and have been clinically tested. The company behind this product is also part of the Natural Products Association and has been since 2002. Their specialty is merging scientifically advanced methods with all natural ingredients.
How long does it take before it starts working?
It can take up to 12 weeks for the full removal of warts. If the problem persists and the treatment is ineffective, a physician should be consulted. This product also begins soothing affected areas almost immediately after initial usage. While the warts may remain for a number of weeks, the irritation and discomfort associated with them starts to dissipate a few days after usage. Dead skin generally starts to fall away two to three days after the beginning of the treatment.
Because it contains Salicylic acid, it can still cause irritation and redness. The placement of the product should still be careful and precise. Diabetics, people with high blood pressure, and individuals with already existing skin conditions should avoid using this product. The ingestion of the liquid solution can also be detrimental to a person’s health.
While the product does treat most benign warts on the surface of the skin, it cannot treat severe cases. Genital warts must be treated with medication that is prescribed by doctors. The homeopathic nature of the treatment also means that wart removal is gradual. Those looking for quicker solutions should look towards surgery or freezing procedures.
Who is this product for?
This product is for any person who suffers from benign warts on the surface of his or her skin. It is meant to be placed on areas such as the fingers, toes, legs, arms, and even the torso. People with warts on sensitive areas such as the genitals or the mouth should seek treatment from their doctors.