Wartrol – How Wartrol helped a traveler get Rid of Warts

Living a traveler’s life is not always easy and fancy. I have traveled many parts of the world because traveling is something I really love. While I was on a trip to New Zealand, I noticed a lump like structure on my fingers. I was not sure what was it then. Slowly, I came to know it is nothing but Warts. I decided to get rid of it. I tried several products out of which one really helped. Today, I am going to share my review of Wartrol and how it helped me get rid of it.

What is Wart and how does it look?

As per medical definition, a wart is an abnormal growth on the top layer of skin that is epidermis due to human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. The outgrowth appears like a cauliflower as the virus enters the skin via a lesion or a cut. Typically the warts last for few months but when untreated can live for years. It is a contagious disease and appears in extremities, genitals and the unexpected areas like eyelids. In fact, people close to the infected must take utmost caution to prevent the spreading of the disease. When the warts are in the wrong places and creating havoc, then it is better to consult a doctor immediately.

How I cured Warts with Wartrol

Wartrol is a clinically acclaimed product which is recommended by top medical practitioners to remove the wart from the roots. It works effectively on plantar as well as common ones. In the case of the occurrence of warts in sensitive places, it is better to consult a doctor before applying Wartrol. The topical formulation treats warts (Common, Plantar, Seed, Venereal, Perianal, Facial, Verruca and weak cases of Genital) effectively.

Why I think Wartrol was so effective

The active ingredient in the topical application is Salicylic acid. The main therapeutic ingredient at the concentration of 17% works like a miracle and removes the abnormal skin growth like a charm. Warts can be removed by cryotherapy (removal of wart by using liquid nitrogen) but the application of Wartrol is more convenient and cost efficient.

Other ingredients in the formulation are:

  • Polysorbate 80 is used as a surfactant and emulsifier to keep the active ingredients dissolved in the preparation.
  • Flexible Collodion is a mixture of camphor, collodion and castor oil to prevent itching and due to infection.
  • Ethyl alcohol is used for its antiseptic property and helps the active ingredient to penetrate the skin surface easily.

Was there any side effect of using Wartrol?

There are no side effects of Wartrol as such but infected persons who have sensitive skin might face irritations, inflammation, dryness and peeling of skin due to the action of salicylic acid.

It the irritation continues then it is better to seek the advice of a medical practitioner.

How you should use Wartrol

It is recommended to use Wartrol under the supervision of a doctor. When any type of inflammation or redness appears on the skin then it should be discontinued. Diabetic patients with inferior blood circulation should not use the product. It is strictly recommended not to share the same bottles of a patient with anyone to stop the spreading of the virus.