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What are Warts?

A wart is a non-cancerous skin growth that can form anywhere on the body, especially on the hands or feet. Generally, warts are small and rough, and many look like blisters.



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…types of wart include:
  • common warts: firm growths with a raised surface, most often found on the hands, elbows and knees.
  • flat or plane warts: small, smooth bumps that can appear in clusters on the hands, legs and face– most common in children.
  • mosaic warts: small growths that gather tightly together, usually on the back of the hand.
  • plantar warts: hard, painful lumps, found on pressure points of the feet.
  • verrucas: hard, white formations that mostly appear on the soles of the feet.
…so what causes warts?

The root cause is known as HPV: a virus that causes rapid growth of keratin and leads to a hard formation of skin.

As the virus lives on, warts can spread from one person to another – usually when the infection enters the blood stream through broken skin.

…can warts be cured?

Some warts will naturally last a few months, while others will stay for years. With treatment, they can be removed sooner – but then, without effective skin care, there is a chance they can reoccur.

…Syrinx ZA can help

We have a complete range of non-invasive natural skin care products, for use with all types of skin conditions including warts and verrucas.

All our products contain Zander – a nutrient-rich substance that gently draws impurities and heavy metals from the skin. This process allows the skin’s immune system to work naturally, ridding itself of warts and other unwelcome growths and blemishes.

You can find out more about wart removal here.

Syrinx Za natural treatment for warts:

Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar for Warts

Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar, soap for WartsAll natural, cold process soap for all ages and skin types
Our dry skin soap has been praised as a treatment for a full range of conditions, including most types of warts, skin tags and other blemishes.

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Derma Protector Non-Invasive Treatment for Warts

Derma Protector Non-Invasive Treatment for WartsAn offensive weapon in the war against warts
The all natural Derma Protector works with the soap above to boost the skins immune system and eliminate warts.

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Your skin is unique

Our customers tell us these are the most effective treatments for warts. But it’s different for everyone. For example:

  • The skin creams work well on oily skin or delicate parts of the body – including the face, ears, neck, chest and groin.
  • The balms offer protection from the elements, and work well on dry or cracked skin – especially on the hands, feet, ankles, legs and arms.

So you may want to experiment. All our products are clinically proven to be non-irritant, so you can mix and match without risk. It won’t be long before you find the right balance for your type of skin.


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