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Gaias Protocol

by Mathew John (2020-01-28)


The first one to look at is freezing the wart Gaias Protocol Review using dry ice (or cryotherapy). This will have to be carried out by a doctor so it is likely to be expensive, and usually quite painful. Often the warts will return after a while and there may be a scar.Another solution that your doctor might suggest is electro surgery where heat from an electric current is used to remove the wart, or laser therapy, where a laser is used. Like cryotherapy, both these methods may be painful and can leave scars.You might have heard of using duct tape to remove warts. Many people have reported that this method can be very effective. However, it does take several weeks to work and it can be very inconvenient having bits of tape on your hands.There are several over the counter products available to help you remove your warts. I can't go through them all but if you look at the ingredients some components have been shown to be more effective than others. Salicylic acid effectively kills warts but there is some disagreement over the best strength to use, but if you get it right then this can be effective, fast and painless. Tea tree oil has also been shown to be very helpful, and if the product contains Aloe Vera then it will help to moisturise your skin and stop warts coming back.

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