Warts are actually benign tumors that look like small, soft bumps. Their size can vary and they’re mainly the color of your skin, although they can sometimes be lightly pigmented.
Although warts aren’t hazardous for your health, they can become an esthetic problem. They mainly appear in middle aged people on the neck, armpits, under the breasts, stomach, hands, etc. The bad side about warts is that they can sometimes be painful if they occur on spots that can easily get injured and that can cause them to grow, and bleed.
The reason why they appear is unknown, but sometimes they can be hereditary. You can have one or even hundreds of warts on your body. The good thing is that you can easily remove them with only one ingredient- apple cider vinegar. Apple cider vinegar removes warts without bleeding and it won’t leave even a scar.
Remember, don’t use apple cider vinegar to remove warts on your eye lids because it can cause irritation.
Here’s how to remove warts naturally:
Wash the area around the wart with water and gentle soap. Thoroughly dry the area. Dip a cotton ball in vinegar and squeeze out the excess vinegar. Put the cotton ball directly on the wart and use a band-aid to keep it in place. Leave the cotton ball on for 15 minutes. Wash the area with water afterwards. Repeat the procedure 3 times a day, as long as it’s needed. Your wart will go dark, dry and will eventually fall out. You can also apply some Aloe Vera Gel on your wart after the vinegar procedure.