A pain-free, nature-based solution to warts

Almost three out of four people will be affected by warts at some stage in their lives with most removal methods either painful or invasive.

Warts are more common in children than adults, with skin warts found most often on the hands, feet and other parts of the body.

Warts are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV) and are mostly painless. They are contagious and can be transmitted by touch and contact with the virus.

Although typically harmless, if a wart is uncomfortable, it may be removed by a doctor in what is usually a painful procedure or through surgery.

There is, however, a pain-free solution. Leading health company, Litha Pharma, produces Bye Wart!™, a nature-based and painless wart remover which has achieved widespread success across Europe due to its efficacy.

Bye Wart is effective against several types of warts, is safe for the skin, can be used at home and is suitable for children from age three years.

Its application is simple. Contained in a tube, simply apply and massage the crème on the wart three times a day until it is gone.

Bye Wart!™ has a direct effect on the wart as it is able to penetrate deeply and remove the growth of the cell. In also provides a protective layer on the wart which stimulates the healing process of the skin and protects against external negative influences.

Bye Wart!™ contains, among others, essential oils which have a disinfectant and bacterial effect and which weaken the wart viruses and stop them from spreading. It also contains red pepper powder which stimulates blood circulation as well as urea which regulates skin moisture levels.

In addition, it contains dimethicone, which provides a protective but breathable layer on the wart, soothes the skin, makes it elastic and is water repellant.

BYE WART!™ offers a complete, painless, natural and effective solution to warts without the anxiety linked to painful removal procedures.

• For more, contact Giulia Criscuolo on 083-383-7457 or see www.byewart.co.za.

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