Verruca and warts

A verruca is a planter wart that is on the foot. The skin on the sole of the foot differs to elsewhere on the body. Usually when a wart is on the rest of the body grows out words like a little lump. On the sole of the foot the wart is pooled inwards inside the body and can grow much larger. The virus pulls the blood vessels and small nerves outside of the body the small blood vessels turn black as they get strangled.

Footerella Wartssuck gentle warts removal system

Warts suck device works by pulling the new blood supply towards the warts. The wart kills the tissue in the area and starves it of oxygenated blood. The warts suck suction device draws oxygenated blood to the wart so that the body can fight the virus. It is a painless treatment suitable for very young children also. It should be used it tonight for 10 minutes for 28 days using the rosehip anti-inflammatory cold pressed organic oil to create a suction. This is a safe home treatment for verruca and warts. Adults can use it also. If the problem persists visit a Podiatrist.

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12 thoughts on “Verruca and warts

  1. Louise Hart says:

    Is this safe for children? My son has 7 warts and the ointment from the pharmacy really hurt him. Is the ointment you use different? Thanks LouLou

    • footerella says:

      Dear Lou Lou, yes it is completely safe. The ointment that we use is pure reship oils that will not harm – it is a natural anti inflammatory. The ointment that you used has salicylic acid that chemically burns the skin slowly – if used too much it will burn the tissue under the skin and become very painful. Children’s skin is much thinner than adult skin and burns quickly. Best and painless treatment for children is Warts Suck! Hope this information helps. Best wishes, Footerella

  2. Younes Khalife says:

    This is what my 2 kids have. I thought they were corns but the doc said they are warts. I think I can use this for them? Thanks Younes

    • footerella says:

      Dear Younes, yes you can use this for your children. We advise buying 1 pack to treat each wart so that the treatment can be done all together for all the warts rather than using the same device for 10 mins and changing to another site it will take a much longer time. Best wishes, Footerella

  3. Nadia Hassan says:

    My 2 children have been diagnosed with warts. Can I use the same one or should I buy 2? Nadia

    • footerella says:

      Dear Nadia, better you buy 2. The reason for this is that the device has to be placed on the wart for 10 minutes. If the person has more than 1 wart we advised buying warts suck! for each wart. The device has to stay in place for 10 minutes to the site. So that you can complete your 10 minutes treatment you should use them all at once. If you try to use the same one each treatment should be 10 mins per site and will take a long time. Best wishes, Footerella

  4. Samantha Wright says:

    My son had one on his toe and he has been playing with it. We thought it was a splinter. Now he got a bump on his finger and the doctors said they are warts. We tried the ointment from the pharmacy but it made them bigger. Should we give this a try? Will this help him? He is 7. Thank you very much. Sam

    • footerella says:

      Dear Sam, yes your son can us the Warts suck! for his foot and finger. 10 m minutes per evening for 28 days. Best wishes, Footerella

  5. Anita Abushek says:

    Yes my 6 year old daughter has a planter wart and we think she got it from swimming at school. We have tried banana skin and taping over the area and also ointment from the pharmacy and her skin peeled but the wart now looks even bigger. What to do? Anita

    • footerella says:

      Dear Anita, Plantar warts are easily spread in areas that are watery and moist like water parks and communal showers at gyms etc. If you would like to send a photo through WhatsApp 0503553024 to the Dubai Podiatry Centre, their Podiatrist Michelle Champlin will see if Warts suck! is good for her for home use or if she needs a stronger clinical treatment like Dermojet. Best wishes, Footerella

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