There are 60 types of the human papilloma virus and some of them can cause skin infections more known as warts. The virus attacks your skin through the small scratches which lead to rapid cell growth and eventually to warts. Warts are the same color as your skin and they mainly appear on your hands and fingers, but they can sometimes occur on the abdomen, neck, under the breasts, armpits, eyelids and in the groin. Fibroma are benign tumors that grow on the skin. The major factor for the development of fibroma lesions is genetic or obesity and middle aged people are most prone to get them.
Skin warts and fibroma don’t cause serious health problems, but people prefer to remove them, since they have an unpleasant appearance.
Dermatologists mainly suggest laser treatment or surgery to remove warts, but we suggest a more effective, painless and natural removal method. This incredible remedy has been used for centuries and comes right from your kitchen.
All you’re going to need is apple cider vinegar!
Here is How to Remove Warts or Fibroma With Apple Cider Vinegar:
Clean the area around the fibroma with mild soap and water. Dip a cotton ball in apple cider vinegar, and ring the cotton ball to remove the excess vinegar. Then, place the cotton ball over the fibroma. Secure with a band-aid plaster. Let it sit for about 15 minutes, then rinse the area with water.
Repeat the procedure 3 times a day until your fibroma gets darker and falls off by its self.
Note: Make sure not to apply apple cider vinegar on the surrounding skin, because it can cause redness and skin inflammation. Don’t try to remove the wart until it falls by itself.