Dr. Scholl’s Freeze Away Dual Action Wart Remover 7 Treatments (Pack of 3)

August 12, 2013 - Comment

Product Features This revolutionary dual-action treatment utilizes the same freeze technology Doctors use plus a powerful fast-acting liquid wart remover. Famous Words of Inspiration… Powered By AMZ QuoteCash

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  • This revolutionary dual-action treatment utilizes the same freeze technology
  • Doctors use plus a powerful fast-acting liquid wart remover.

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Lidia says:

You CAN’T get HPV from the shot. First of all, the shot doesn’t contain any of the virus. It coniatns the outer protein coating only- not any viral DNA. And the shot is using the coats of the three types of HPV that infect the cervix- not the fingers. The HPV family is a big one, and the one causing the wart on your thumb is a cousin of the other sort. The Compound W will work just fine, or you can try the Dr. Scholl’s type if you like. You just have to keep at it, and from the sounds of it you stopped to soon. Warts are tough to kill, it’s a virus, after all- growing inside a skin cell. To get rid of the wart, you have to kill and remove the skin cell it’s living in. After you peel and remove the layers of the wart, look inside the hole closely. Eventually you will see what looks like some really tiny black specks deep in there. That is the wart virus. Kill and remove that, and your wart is gone. It takes time, sometimes a month or more of daily drops. If you quit before it’s killed, it will just come back. You can also wait it out, because your body will supress it and get rid of it- but that can take years to happen. So just pick a wart remover, and stick with it for some time. Any of them will work- it’s all pretty much the same stuff- just a different name on the packaging.nurse

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