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A wart is a small benign skin tumor that can develop on almost any part of the body, mainly on the hands: common warts, under the feet - plantar warts, on the genitals and the face.

We now know that they have a viral origin (more than 70 different viruses generally belonging to the family of HPV or human papillomavirus - papillomavirus) and that there is a large variety, depending on their location, the age of the subject , etc.

Some of them, especially plantar warts which gradually dig into the flesh under the weight of the body, can be extremely contagious. In most cases, the body develops its own defenses against the viruses responsible, and warts go away on their own.

If warts are very unsightly or bothersome, there are essential oils to help them get rid of them. In extreme cases, a dermatologist or surgeon should be consulted.

For warts that form on the genitals, they are actually genital warts or venereal adenoids. They are also called crested warts.

Flat warts mostly affect young children and adolescents. They can persist from several months to several years and often go away spontaneously.

Finally, the seborrheic wart , sometimes called a senile wart and which does not contain a virus, often appears in people after their fifties. These warts are frequently dark (from light brown to black), have a velvety surface and if in doubt (possible resemblance to melanoma), it is better to consult a dermatologist.

A special type: the soft wart (molluscum contagiosum), which ranges from a few millimeters to over a centimeter and is formed mainly on the backs of the hands, the soles of the feet, the face, the back, the chest and the scalp . When pressed, they release a whitish paste made of cells stuffed with viruses and antibodies. It is necessary to avoid scratching which transmits the virus from one area of the body to another. As with other types of warts, medical consultation is strongly recommended.

Discover our new range of essential oils to effectively treat warts in a natural way. For more information on the natural way to treat warts with essential oils , do not hesitate to ask your pharmacist for advice.