Why Warts Are So Difficult to Treat?
There are many reasons why warts become an issue. Some people are very sensitive to the skin's surface proteins and cannot heal it without treatment. Sometimes warts are treated surgically with medication. And other people have a chronic inflammation in their skin due to an overuse of over-the-counter products. But it may take years to heal, or never. The main reason is that warts are not usually contagious. The cells that make a warty skin are called "warts," not "warts." When they get old, they stop growing. The warts don't get infected with viruses, so they cannot spread to others. So for people with warts, it is impossible to buy products that are specifically anti-warts, because there are no warts. They are not on your skin!
For warts with a raised, rough surface, like warts caused by herpes or rubella, some products are effective against warts. If your skin is more than five years old, you may be able to have some of your warts removed with antiseptics, such as acetic acid. In some cases, your doctor may recommend topical treatments such as ointments, such as the Acne and Skin Treatments for Inflammatory Skin Disease, or a corticosteroid cream, such as the Dermabrasion Treatment for Acne and Acne Vulgaris.