My hubby has always had issues with warts. He’s tried most everything, but basically just continues on with them… On his feet, one on his leg and one on his hand…
Three months ago, I had a blemish on my face, it didn’t go away, and I am ashamed to say, I am a picker. I would brush it during the day, while I was out and before I knew it I would have scratched the top off of it. It would heal over and get bigger.
Last month I realized it was a wart. A big, ugly, witchy looking wart… right on my face!
Here is the wart on my face on May 25, 2014.
So, what did I do? Very simple. Apple Cider Vinegar, a tiny piece of paper towel and a circle band aid. I soaked the small square of paper towel (4 layers thick) in ACV and then placed it over the wart with a circle band aid and went to sleep.
8 hours later I woke up, took the little band aid off and it was all white and puffy, so I put another band aid over the wart to go to church. (I envisioned people staring and making comments similar to a movie about a shark and a laser)
After church, in the car on the way home, I took the band aid off so it could breathe and air out. When I took off the band aid… it all but fell off! See below.
The top right photo is what it looked like when I took the band aid off. Then, the whole thing just fell off into my hand. The lower right photo is of the wart (dead and removed) on my index finger.
The left photo is what is left. It is healing very well, just after 1 day. I will use my Enfuselle C&E Repair cream on it to assist in the healing process. And will update as it heals.
When my daughter had a wart removed by the Dr. it cost us $200 and was VERY painful for her. This method was used ON MY FACE and there was NO PAIN.
I did feel some tingling when I first applied the ACV, but no pain.
Inexpensive, easy, pain free, and done at home with no co-pay!
Hope this helps… I will also post some before and afters of my hubby’s feet as we use this method on those nasty beasts!
Make it a GREAT day!
I love apple cider vinegar – Braggs. Thanks for this great lesson. Blessings, Amy