Banana peel- here you will also need to use the duct tape as well. You are going to cover the wart-affected area by placing the inner part of a banana peel and then sticking it with the duct tape.
Using lemon essential oil- applying a couple of lemon essential oil will go a long way in helping the planter wart to heal as soon as possible. Just make sure to use it continuously for the few days until it heals.
Apple cider vinegar- it is one of the best options you can opt for to treat plantar warts. Just apply a cotton ball which is soaked in apple cider vinegar on the wart. After that, you will need to cover it with a duct tape which you will be replacing once every few days to follow. Remember always to soak your feet in warm water each time that you remove the tape.
Aloe Vera gel- using fresh aloe Vera gel is another good way of removing warts from your feet. Just apply it severally every day then cover it with a duct tape or bandage until the wart finally dries up. The gel gets absorbed by the skin real quick therefore you will have to apply it heavily.
Garlic-a thin slice of garlic will help you to get rid of the wart. It has the anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties which assist in the removal of plantar warts. Just cut a slice and then hold it on the affected area using a bandage. You will need to keep applying it for a whole month until you are sure the wart is completely removed.
Along with the above home remedies, book an appointment with us to get plantar wart removal, avoid getting barefoot and keep your feet dry among many other preventive measures to prevent warts from occurring again.