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Warts

A wart is a small, rough growth, which typically appears on the hands or feet but often other parts of the body. Warts can resemble a cauliflower or a hard, solid blister. They are caused by a viral infection, specifically by one of the many types of human papillomavirus.

How To Remove Warts From Hands & Fingers

How To Remove Warts From Hands & FingersHow to Remove Warts from Hands and Fingers

Warts on hands can be both unsightly and embarrassing for the sufferer.  We have many customers write to use telling us that they have used Syrinx Za products to treat their warts on their hands, and have found them to have disappeared.

Client Testimonial:

“Warts have now disappeared altogether. My skin is so much smoother and some of the flat warts have now disappeared altogether. I love the soap and the balm type cream.” Margaret Caird

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.

There are different types of warts that can appear on the hands:

  • 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

How To Remove Warts From Hands and 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 Natural Treatment for Warts:

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 => Wart Removal Cream for Hands

How To Get Rid Of Planter Warts From Your Feet

How_To_Get_Rid_Of_Planter_Warts_From_FeetSo, whats the easiest way to get rid of warts from your feet using natural products?

There are many options to remove warts, however some are more painful than others. In the past a popular method was for them to be dug out by a medical professional or to use a chemical based product on them, in effect burning them out. However both these methods are pretty unpleasant and don’t help the skins natural immune system to fight back for a long term solution.

As one Harley Street Doctor wrote …

“I observed the effects of the Syrinx Za soap over 2 months on 2 patients with plantar warts (warts on the soles of the feet).
Both had had the warts for several years which had not resolved with other over-the counter or doctor-prescribed treatments. Both subjects had discomfort on walking due to the presence of the warts to a degree that was intrusive to daily functioning.
After 2 weeks treatment in both cases there was a marked reduction in pain (down to 50% and 20% of previous pain levels) and by 2 months both subjects had no pain as well as visible disappearance or almost disappearance of the warts. These preliminary observations warrant further investigation of Syrinx Za as an effective treatment of at least plantar warts”.

A plantar wart usually appears on the soles of the feet and looks like how you’d expect a wart to look “cauliflower like” which is caused by an infection of the human papilloma virus and is sometimes called Verruca plantaris.
Plantar warts aren’t cancerous and they are very common, not too much to worry but they can be very painful especially when walking due to pressure applied at the sides of the lesion. And plantar warts may bleed when scratched.

Are Plantar Warts Contagious
All warts are contagious they are spread through touch or indirectly such as touching something that the wart has come into contact with. They affect you usually though cuts or cracks in the skin. A common place that children get them is in the swimming baths. It’s advisable to cover them if going to a communal area such as showers or swimming pools or two wear flip-flops to prevent others from catching them from you.
Plantar warts not only bleed when they are scratched but they can spread, especially if there are other cuts or cracks in the skin.

Plantar Wart Treatment
Some Plantar Warts do just disappear after a few months while others might take years to leave, but they can be treated. Treatment isn’t ever fast for these stubborn blemishes on the skin but with patience and a good skincare routine they can be banished.

How_To_Get_Rid_Of_Warts_From_FeetSyrinx Za Natural Treatment for Warts:

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 planter wart removal here => How To Get Rid Of Planter Warts From Your Feet

Plantar Wart

plantar wartA plantar wart usually appears on the soles of the feet and looks like how you’d expect a wart to look “cauliflower like” which is caused by an infection of the human papilloma virus and is sometimes called Verruca plantaris.

Plantar warts aren’t cancerous and they are very common, not too much to worry but they can be very painful especially when walking due to pressure applied at the sides of the lesion. And plantar warts may bleed when scratched.

Are Plantar Warts Contagious

All warts are contagious they are spread through touch or indirectly such as touching something that the wart has come into contact with. They affect you usually though cuts or cracks in the skin. A common place that children get them is in the swimming baths. It’s advisable to cover them if going to a communal area such as showers or swimming pools or two wear flip-flops to prevent others from catching them from you.

Plantar warts not only bleed when they are scratched but they can spread, especially if there are other cuts or cracks in the skin.

Plantar Wart Treatment

Some Plantar Warts do just disappear after a few months while others might take years to leave, but they can be treated. Treatment isn’t ever fast for these stubborn blemishes on the skin but with patience and a good skincare routine they can be banished.

As one Harley Street Doctor wrote …

 “I observed the effects of the Syrinx Za soap over 2 months on 2 patients with plantar warts (warts on the soles of the feet).
Both had had the warts for several years which had not resolved with other over-the counter or doctor-prescribed treatments. Both subjects had discomfort on walking due to the presence of the warts to a degree that was intrusive to daily functioning.
After 2 weeks treatment in both cases there was a marked reduction in pain (down to 50% and 20% of previous pain levels) and by 2 months both subjects had no pain as well as visible disappearance or almost disappearance of the warts”. “These preliminary observations warrant further investigation of Syrinx Za as an effective treatment of at least plantar warts”. 

As you can see it took around 2 month just using the Deep Cleanser Therapy Bar to have a noted effect on the plantar wart but it worked, it was painless and it was natural.

Wart removal

However, now Syrinx Za recommend that you use the Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar in conduction with the Derma Protector to rub on the affected areas throughout the day and boost the skins immune system to give the best possible chance of a full and rapid recovery.

See here – Wart Removal – for full instructions.

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Seborrheic Keratosis Treatment – Tried and Tested

Seborrheic Keratosis RemovalSeborrheic keratosis treatment is often aimed at people of an older age hence the nickname barnacles of old age, however, you do not have to be elderly to suffer with Seborrheic keratosis, (also called seborrheic verruca, seborrheic warts or senile wart) in fact they are even found on people aged 15-25. So don’t be alarmed if you find yourself with what are often described as flat brown warts, (but can range from white to black) they are not dangerous, contagious or cancerous growths but quite harmless.

What Causes Seborrheic Keratosis?

It is uncertain what causes us to have seborrheic keratosis which is really just a build-up of ordinary skin cells. We do know that they are more commonly found on parts of the body that are exposed to the sun, as in hands or face and neck but not always. As we said before, more often they appear after middle age and are sometimes hereditary. Some studies show that stress can worsen the condition, but this is not conclusive. Treatment it seems is easier to find than the reason for these annoying flat warts in our lives.

Tried and tested products for dry cracked skin

Our tried and tested seborrheic keratosis treatment consists of a natural cold-pressed therapy bar which reduces the hard spots on the skin and our Derma Protector which helps to boost the immune system and eventually destroy the warts.

These products have had a very high success rate during our extensive clinical trials, and we have been given many fantastic results by our customers.

Like this one….

Warts have now disappeared altogether
My skin is so much smoother and some of the flat warts have now disappeared altogether. I love the soap and the balm type cream.

For more testimonials from our customers read – Syrinx Za customer testimonials

How can seborrheic keratosis be treated?

With our natural treatment it couldn’t be easier, there is no surgery and no chemicals involved.

Before bed – After washing the skin with the Deep Cleansing Therapy Soap; create a thick lava with the soap and apply it to the affected area, rub in vigorously for a few minutes. Let the soap dry and leave overnight. The longer you leave the soap on the better as then the sapropel (zander) can work its magic.

In the morning – Rinse your skin with warm water to remove the soap that had been working hard on your skin all night and re-apply: this time you can wash off after 30mins if you need to (although the longer you can let the Zander work the better) and then apply the Derma Protector to the affected areas.

Apply the Derma Protector throughout the day for best results.

Within 2 weeks you should notice a difference with your skin, however complete wart removal can take up to 4-8 weeks so please be patient and keep up the Seborrheic Keratosis Treatment routine.

Please note: If seborrheic keratosis causes you any concerns for instance if it is very dark, inflamed or bleeding then do consult your doctor.

Warts on the Face

Deep Cleansing Therapy BarFacial warts. Let’s be honest, no-one wants them. But unfortunately, many of us do and so it is crucial to find out exactly how to treat them.

Warts on the Face are normally flat and pink but can range in size and colour. They form in clusters, are highly contagious, and spread very quickly. They are usually benign and pose no threat to a sufferer’s health, neither do they usually cause them much pain, but they are often a massive cause for embarrassment and can cause serious self-confidence issues.

What causes facial warts?

Warts on the Face are caused by the HPV virus (human papillomavirus) entering the skin through a cut, which can then cause a rapid growth of cells to form on the skin, also known as a wart.

The HPV can be contracted from someone already carrying it as it is contagious. So, yes, warts are indirectly contagious, so avoiding sharing things such as towels, clothes and makeup with a sufferer is highly advisable. The forehead and face are the most prime spots for flat warts as they are moist and warm, which the HPV thrives on.

If you already have a wart on your hands (the most common area to have a wart) then you can cause yourself facial warts by touching or scratching your face. It really is as easy as that so you must be very careful and prompt when treating your warts.

How to get rid of them at home

Of course you could always visit a doctor to discuss having your warts surgically removed, but this is by no means affordable and can be quite a risky option. Luckily, there are safe and effective products available that you can use at home to remove Warts on the Face.

The Syrinx ZA Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar is able to effectively reduce both the appearance and any associated pain of warts.

It’s a cold processed, all natural soap that cleans the skin by drawing out heavy metals and impurities, freeing the immune system to use its natural defences against warts and other infections. Due to its natural properties, the bar is very safe to use and is unlikely to provoke adverse reactions in sensitive skin as normal soaps might.

See our Wart and Verruca Removal page to learn more about how we can help your condition.

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Warts on Children

Image of Wart on the handWarts can be an unsightly condition for anyone to deal with but they can be particularly distressing for children to cope with.

In fact, as much as 15% of children get warts, so it is by no means an uncommon problem. Many children that suffer with warts may be embarrassed of their condition or be the subject of playground bullying, while others may be very uncomfortable particularly if the warts are on the soles of their feet.

What causes Warts?

Warts are noncancerous skin growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV).

Warts appear when this virus invades the skin, usually when the skin is broken or cut, which then causes a rapid growth of cells on the outer layer of skin, also known as Warts!

The HPV can be passed on by close skin-to-skin contact with other Wart sufferers, as well as through contact with towels or shoes.

This virus can be spread to other parts of body by scratching a wart, sucking fingers, biting fingernails or shaving.

Warts come in a multitude of shapes, sizes and colours. They are usually quite small and skin-coloured but can be large and dark, rough or smooth. They are quite easy to detect but it may be worth taking your child on a trip to your local GP if you are unsure.

Are they dangerous?

While Warts are contagious, they will generally be no danger to your child’s health.

Warts are not cancerous and generally not harmful because they are small benign growths. There are, however, some types of warts that can become painful in nature and are certainly not the most comfortable condition for your child to contend with.

Chances are your child’s Warts will disappear by themselves thanks to their strong immune system. However, there are treatments you can try in the meantime…

How can I treat Warts?

The Syrinx ZA Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar is able to effectively treat warts and reduce both their appearance and the pain they may be bringing your child.

It’s a cold processed, all natural soap that cleans the skin by drawing out heavy metals and impurities, freeing the immune system to use its natural defences against warts and other infections.

Due to its natural properties, the bar is very safe to use on children and is unlikely to provoke adverse reactions in sensitive skin as normal soap might.

See our Wart and Verruca Removal page to learn more about how we can help your child’s condition.

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Warts | Q & A | Warts Treatment and Care

What are warts?
Warts are small, rough lumps, the same colour as the skin, that usually grow on the hands and feet but can be anywhere on the body. Some warts last for a few years; others last for a few months.


 



What are the different types of warts?

Here’s a quick guide to identifying the type of wart you may have:

  • If you have a firm growth with a raised surface on your hand, elbow or knee, that’ll be a ‘common wart’
  • If you see some small, smooth bumps in clusters on the hands, legs or face, those are ‘flat’ or ‘plane warts’ (most common in children)
  • If you notice small growths gathered on the back of the hand, they are ‘mosaic warts’
  • If you experience a hard painful lump on a pressure point of your foot, it’s most probably a ‘plantar wart’

Note that ‘true’ warts are not to be confused with keratosis warts, moles, verrucas (white ‘warts’ on the sole of your foot), or skin tags.

What causes warts?

Warts are spread by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). Don’t worry, it’s non-cancerous and no relation to HIV. You can catch warts if the virus enters your bloodstream though broken skin.

Can warts be cured or treated?

Warts are usually harmless but can be unsightly, so you may be looking for a cure.

What is the best cure for warts?

If you have a wart or warts, and are looking for a cure, there are many products available over the counter. Some of those contain chemicals and other ingredients which can irritate sensitive skin so we suggest you try our natural treatment for warts, which may take a little longer to get the job done, but with all natural ingredients they’ll leave the rest of your skin feeling deeply cleansed and refreshed.

Recommended skin care regime for warts

All our products are 100% natural and clinically proven to have no risk of an adverse reaction. Unlike chemical wart remedies, you can use this regime to treat facial warts as well as those on hands and feet:

1. Use our Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar every morning and night. The ingredients include Zander, which has the ability to ‘hook’ toxins out of your skin and feed the immune system. First, wash with the bar as you would with a normal soap. Then apply it again, rubbing the lather into the wart for at least 30 seconds. This time, just let the lather absorb; don’t rinse it off.

2. Moisturise with our Moisturising Therapy Balm to help replenish and protect the skin.

You should start to see results within only two weeks, however, we estimate it will take 4-8 weeks to completely remove a wart, depending on its size. Go on, give it a try! Then revisit this website to leave your feedback below…

Find out more about our natural way to remove warts


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Face Wart Removal Products

Facial warts are benign skin growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Warts are a very common skin problem and are generally harmless. Many warts will eventually disappear on there own, but occasionally they require treatment, such as if they’ve become a cosmetic concern.

Facial Wart Removal

Syrinx Za offer 100% natural treatments for facial warts, that contain no chemicals, and only ingredients that bring out the best in your skin. Facial wart removal techniques are also popular, but it’s advisable to avoid these and to use natural treatments for warts instead.

Facial warts are also referred to as flat warts, which have a flesh coloured appearance and are normally quite small. However, regardless of their size, those around the nose or eyes can be the most tricky to treat because of the few medications that are suitable for frequent use in this area.

Natural Treatment for Warts

However, while finding medication that’s suitable for facial warts can be complicated, natural treatments for warts are readily available at Syrinx Za and are great products to try. The deep cleansing therapy bar is a gentle and pure product, which can be used as frequently as you wish. Containing Sapropel, which cleanses the skin by drawing out heavy metals and impurities, the deep cleansing therapy bar leaves the skin feeling smooth, fresh and rejuvenated.

For best results, it’s advisable that you use this product in conjunction with another – the moisturising therapy balm. Containing tea tree oil, it’s soothing, nourishing, and of course 100% natural. Ideal for use every time you wash your face, this product will work towards facial wart removal, and is a luxury product without the luxury price tag.

Natural Products, Natural Solutions

Both the Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar and the Moisturising Therapy Balm can be used on any type of wart, as often as you wish. For best results, using these products together on a daily basis will provide you with a noticeable difference in your general skin health.

More Information About Face Wart Removal

You can read more about natural wart treatments, and facial wart removal products on our Wart and Verruca Removal page.


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Natural Treatment for Seborrheic Keratosis Warts

Seborrheic Keratosis Warts

They are small and often painful growths on the skin. They can look unsightly and spread easily on the skin, although they aren’t contagious and are therefore not anything to worry about. Nevertheless, warts need treatment in order to disappear, otherwise they remain on the skin and can sometimes spread.

Wart Removal Cream

Here at Syrinx Za, we sell a number of different wart removal products, such as wart removal cream. All of the products we stock are 100% natural and therefore kind-to-the-skin. You may think that a wart removal cream wouldn’t be effective enough to completely rid you of warts, but the products we stock are popular for a reason – because they work.

Seborrheic Keratosis Warts

Seborrheic keratosis warts, in particular, are brown in colour and look slightly different to other types of warts. They also differ in that they’re spots that occur when there is an over-production of keratin, rather than warts caused by the human papilloma virus.

Natural Treatments for Warts

Without treatment, warts are unlikely to disappear. A 100% natural product from Syrinx Za is the ideal treatment for this type of skin problem, in particular the deep cleansing therapy soap product. Rather than being an actual wart removal cream, the therapy soap works by ridding the skin of impurities, cleansing it to restore its look and feel. We also recommend you use the moisturising derma therapy balm, which is ideal for seborrheic keratosis warts. This balm contains tea tree oil and can be used not only for warts, but for many other skin problems too. It’s a luxury product without the luxury price tag, which rehydrates and rejuvenates the skin.

How To Be Certain That They’re Warts

Skin growths are easily confusable, so before you seek treatment for your condition, you need to be certain about what type of skin growth you have. Warts are always fairly small, with a rough feel to them. Verrucas, on the other hand, are white in colour and normally have a black dot in the centre. They’re also flatter in appearance, and unlike warts, are easily spread among others.

Treating Seborrheic Keratosis warts

Our customers tell us all the time how much they love our products, and we’re sure you’ll love them too. If you’re you’re suffering from warts, then we recommend you use Syrinx Za natural skin care range to help detoxify and cleanse the skin and remove your warts. Why not read more about Seborrheic Keratosis warts here, as well as how best to treat them?


 

Treatment for Warts

Using Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar (Soap) to remove warts.
If your warts are getting in the way or are embarrassing or interfering with day-to-day life, it’s time to do something about them.

Syrinx ZA Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar offers relief from persistent warts. The Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar is a cold processed soap containing Zander extract, that cleanses the skin by drawing out heavy metals and impurities – freeing the immune system to use its natural defences against warts and other infections.

How are warts treated?

Using Syrinx Za Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar (Cold Processed Soap) Start by using the Therapy Bar on the affected areas. The soap works as a cleanser and a salve, to reduce or remove warts and keep the affected skin clean and healthy so they don’t return.

Try this simple routine for natural wart removal.

  • Create a lather by rubbing a little warm water into the bar with your fingers.
  • When the lather is rich and thick, gently scrub your warts and the surrounding skin.
  • After cleansing, rinse with warm water.
  • Immediately after rinsing, rub the remaining lather into your warts, using a vigorous motion for at least 30 seconds.
  • Do not dry or rinse off. The soap and Zander still have work to do, so leave the unabsorbed lather to dry naturally over the warts and surrounding skin.

If you follow this twice a day for 2 weeks, you should begin to see an improvement. For complete wart removal, you should expect 4-8 weeks of treatment – but naturally, it all depends on the size, type and virulence of the warts.

Best natural wart removal results

Read more about wart removal, it’s a natural process and not an overnight wart removal fix….


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