If you are trying to get rid of warts it’s very likely you’ve heard of Wartrol. This product has been around for many years. I want to note to start with that all the ingredients inside of this wart removing liquid are approved by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration), so you can feel safe using it.
The reason that Wartrol appealed to me in it’s many Wartrol reviews, is that it’s clearly outlined how the product works. You simply apply the serum to your wart(s). This is fairly simple to do considering the fact that there is an easy application brush inside of the serum. Once Wartrol is absorbed into the wart and enters the blood stream it puts the body in action. It stimulates the anti bodies you have in your immune system to get rid of the wart.
So you are impressed now, but will this work for the type of wart or warts that you have? Wartrol is recommended for use on plantar, periungual, common, and flat warts. It’s not recommended for genital warts according to the label. However, we do want to note that in some reviews people have shared success with using Wartrol on their genital warts. The choice is up to you whether you want to try treating your genital warts with this product or not. Just be aware that you will be going against the warnings on the label.