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Today you will learn how to use lemon to remove any warts that may annoy you! When they are in hidden places, we don’t care about them.
But, when you have a wart on your face, it is hard not to pay attention to it.
Warts are caused by the HPV, human papillomavirus, which enters the body through scratches or cuts on our skin.
Of course, there are many medicaments to remove warts. But, did you know that some natural, homemade medicines can also help?
Today, we will show you some medicines with lemon that are very efficient to remove warts at home.
Lemon is an amazing medicine for warts, but you need to know the right way of using it. Lemon destroys the cells of the tissue and eliminates warts thanks to the citric acid.
Lemon juice is rich in citric acid, as we mentioned before, and it helps eliminate dead cells and dry warts.
Lemon and vinegar
Apple cider vinegar and lemon are acids, which is why they work so well to remove warts.
Garlic and lemon
This powerful combination is one of the most used natural antibiotics and antifungals to remove warts from the skin. Both ingredients have substances that help destroy and inhibit the growth of many fungi, viruses, and bacteria. They also don’t have any side-effects.
Attention: It is important to remember that during any treatments with lemon, you must refrain from sun exposure to avoid burns in the area where you applied the lemon.
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