Advice 1: How to identify a wart

Warts are familiar to many. The reason for their appearance is a viral infection that is very easily absorbed by the body, particularly with weakened immune systems. Enough to shake hands with an infected person or touch any subject of General use, which "settled" the virus, and you might be the unlucky owner of the unpleasant growths on the body. Like warts?
How to identify a wart
Simple warts represent dense bundles of pale, yellowish or gray color, size from 2-3 to 6-7 mm. Their surface is uneven and rough. Usually they are not inflamed and do not cause any pain. The most characteristic places of their localization – hands, face, head, lips, and dorsum of the feet. They can be on the skin for several years, but also can suddenly disappear.
Flat (youthful) warts are usually smooth, often rounded, slightly larger than ordinary warts. They can appear at once and in large quantity. They can be found on the back side of the fingers and hands, as well as on the forehead or chin. In color, they may not stand out on the skin and can be yellowish-brown. This type of wart is also painless and "live" on the skin for a long time, it can quickly disappear without a trace.
Plantar warts form on the foot and toes, in places that experience the most pressure when walking. They can resemble the yellowish corn, but unlike the latter have a more loose structure. In the center of this wart can microsites, creating the form of something like a drop-down Bud. If you scrape it, exposing bleeding rods. Plantar wart does not happen a lot, often it can be one, but walking on it is difficult because touching this spot causes pain.
Filiform warts are narrow and elongated in form. They occur most often on the neck and face, and armpits. These warts appear in people in older age and are not treated.
Another kind of warts – genital warts – are rare, they are sexually transmitted and treated them, accordingly, gynecologists, urologists and venereologists. They look like little soft bubbles of different shades of pink. When they grow up, the basis can take the form of thin legs.
The warts are not encouraged to self-cut, burn, etc. It should only be done by doctors, and carried out pre-clinical and histological study.

Advice 2 : What you need to know about calluses

Women strive to look impressive and sometimes completely forget about your comfort. For example, in the summer, our feet suffer the most. Because we wear open shoes, put on tights or socks. Meanwhile, from rubbing have corns that cause pain, discomfort and difficulties in walking.
What you need to know about calluses

Why are there corn?

Human skin has a defensive reaction to any damage. On the place where the most rubbing occurs, you receive the corn. The skin thickens and coarsens, especially the vulnerable toes and heels.

The types of corns

  • Dry corn is dead skin. Occurs because of pressure and friction on the skin. These blisters cause severe pain, and remove them very difficult.
  • Wet corn looks like a bubble with the liquid. It causes severe pain.
  • Corn with blood relates to wet the corns and occurs because the blood vessels close to the skin, was severely damaged.
  • Corn on the sole appears because of the frequent pressure of body weight.

What actions to take if you have a corn?

  • Be sure to treat the wound with antiseptic.
  • Wet corn should not put a band-aid because it will not dry out.
  • Dry corn is difficult to treat. Many are trying to cut this corn, but this should not be done, because the wound could get infected.

Treatment dry calluses

  1. Cream and ointment

Ointments and creams present salicylic and benzoic acid. They soften the skin, the only drawback, they cannot be applied to healthy skin. Give preference to natural creams with vegetable oils, they help to prevent the appearance of new calluses.

2. Callus in the salon

There is a method whereby corn is drilled as if from the inside. It is absolutely painless. Using a special boron-processed damaged skin. If corn is chronic, it is removed with a laser. It affects the upper layers of the skin, burning corn to the end.

To prevent corns, you have to follow some rules.

  • Try as often as possible to walk barefoot.
  • Choose the right shoes to match your size. Avoid sweating of your feet, as it provokes the appearance of calluses.
  • Have a special patch.


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