Warts And Skin Tag Removal
What are Warts?
These small, noncancerous growths appear when your skin is infected with one of the many viruses of the human papillomavirus (HPV) family. The virus triggers extra cell growth, which makes the outer layer of the skin thick and hard in that spot. While they can grow anywhere you have skin, you’re more likely to get one on your hands or feet. The type of wart depends on where it is and what it looks like
Who gets them?
Because each person’s immune system responds differently to the virus, not everyone who comes in contact with HPV will get a wart. And if you cut or damage your skin in some way, it’s easier for the virus to take hold. That’s why people with chronic skin conditions, such as eczema, or who bite their nails or pick at hangnails are prone to getting warts.
How do they spread?
Warts are highly contagious and are mainly passed by direct skin contact, such as when you pick at your warts and then touch another area of your body. You can also spread them with things like towels or razors that have touched a wart on your body or on someone else’s. Warts like moist and soft or injured skin.
These flesh-coloured growths are most often on the backs of hands, fingers, the skin around nails, and the feet. They’re small — from the size of a pinhead to a pea — and feel like rough, hard bumps. They may have black dots that look like seeds, which are really tiny blood clots. Typically they show up where the skin was broken, perhaps from biting your fingernails. (This can also transfer the virus from your hands to your face).
Cauterization (Protocol for treatment)
We use one or more or both methods after numbing the area with an anesthetic cream.
Electrosurgery then burns the wart or skin tag or red vein.
A course of a 1-month virus supplement is given to prevent a recurrence.
Please note price excludes:
- Removal of warts and tags ( Each Wart is priced at R90,00)
- Anesthetic cream
- Needle cost
- 1 month supply of viral supplement