How to Remove Small Warts Using One Simple Ingredient

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Fibroids – these are the small growths on our skin. The medical experts say that these skin growths are actually benign tumors of the connective tissue. Well, they actually look like small soft nodules and they range from few millimeters to a centimeter. Fibroids usually have the same color like our skin, but they can be brightly pigmented as well. The changes aren’t malignant – but they can grow more and become more noticeable, and they will become more serious aesthetic problem.


These skin growths usually appear during the mid-30’s. They usually appear where the skin is rubbed together: on your neck, armpits, groin, under the breasts, stomach and eyelids. But, you should also know that they can appear on other areas on your skin as well. This is an interesting fact – almost every person in the world has at least one fibroma on their skin. These skin growths can cause problems, because they appear on areas where the skin rubs and they can get inflamed, bleed, grown and cause a lot of pain.

Nobody know what’s the actual cause for these skin growths, but the medical experts say that genetics and obesity might be some of them. Well, don’t worry, because you can remove these skin growths without surgical procedures. As we said, all you need is one all-natural ingredient – apple cider vinegar. Well, apple cider vinegar is one of the most effective natural ingredients. You can use it to treat many different health problems, including this one. But, you should be extra careful and don’t use apple cider vinegar to remove fibromas around your eyes or on the eye lids.

Remove Warts with Apple Cider Vinegar – RECIPE

This simple technique has helped many people, and here is a detailed explanation on the method.

Carefully clean the skin area around the wart using mild soap and water. If accessible, soak the wart in water for 15 minutes, or soak a cotton ball in some water and place it onto the wart.

Pad dry.

Next, soak a cotton pad in some apple cider vinegar and squeeze out any excess vinegar.

Place it onto the wart and secure with a bandage. Leave it on for 15 minutes and rinse.

Repeat the procedure three times a day for a few days, or a week. Warts will darken and then form a crust. Eventually, they will dry and fall out.

Depending on the size and depth of the wart, this technique may cause mild damage, so applying some marigold ointment and aloe vera gel can be of great help here.

If the wart is not that deep in the skin, it will not leave a scar. Of course, if the treatment is done properly and carefully.

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