Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Use duct tape to cure common warts

Cure Warts
An increasingly popular home wart remedy involves applying duct tape to warts. Using this duct tape treatment, you:

1. cover the wart with duct tape for six days (if the duct tape comes off early, simply reapply it to the wart)
2. next, remove the duct tape, soak the wart, and use an emery board or pumice stone to remove skin on top of the wart if possible
3. reapply the duct tape after twenty-four hours and repeat the steps 1 and 2

Using the duct tape method for one or two months, some experts report that over 80% of people will find that their warts are gone,2 with many seeing signs of improvement in just 2 weeks.

Duct Tape Method Treatment Tip
Using duct tape in their favorite color, such as red, pink, or blue, can make the duct tape method for treating warts a lot easier for your kids to handle, especially since they may need to keep the duct tape on for a month or two.


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