Remove Fibroma or Skin Warts Very Easy!
Warts look like small lumps with a size of a few millimeters up to an inch in diameter. They are in fact benign skin growth which caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV).
In most cases, they have the same color as the skin, and sometimes can be lightly pigmented, and can appear everywhere on the skin, but most often on the neck, armpits, under the breasts, eyelids, the belly and groin, but they can occur anywhere on the skin. With age, warts can grow in size and number, from a few to several hundreds.
Although they can grow, bleed and so on, they are not dangerous, and are only an aesthetic problem.
On the other hand, fibroma is diagnosed by dermatologists who will determine the treatment, and in most cases, they are removed when sun exposure is minimal, in the cold time of the year.
Warts can be removed in a several methods, including radiosurgery, electrocoagulation, applanation, and laser. In general, one treatment is enough, unless they are in large number or take up higher surface area, when the procedure needs to be repeated.
You need to avoid exercise and sweating for a few days after the surgery in order to prevent complications, and you must maintain good hygiene and take prescribed local antibiotics.
However, there are also some natural ways to get rid of warts and fibroma, which can provide quick and effective results.
Here is a fast and easy method to remove fibroma and warts, using apple cider vinegar. It has been used by many people and it has been proved as extremely effective.
Remove warts and fibroma using apple cider vinegar
Initially, you need to carefully wash the area around the wart with water and mild soap. Then, soak the wart in water for 15 minutes, or carefully rub it with a toothbrush and then dry it.
Then again, dip a cotton ball in the apple cider vinegar and apply it on the affected area. Allow it to act for 15 minutes, and then wash it with water. This procedure should be repeated 3 times a day, several days in a week.
Over time, the wart will darken, and scabs will be formed. Eventually, the wart will fall off.
Depending on the size of the wart, some scar may be left, and in that case, you should apply marigold ointment or aloe Vera gel. However, if it is not too deep n the skin, and you do the procedure carefully, there will not be any scars.
Nevertheless, for best results, please note the following tips:
— apply the ACV precisely on the wart so that the vinegar does not flow on the surrounding, in order to prevent irritations.
— do not apply apple cider vinegar once a scab is formed.
— allow the scab to flake off naturally, and do not pull it away