Removal of Warts
Apple Cider Vinegar
"At last a simple home remedy that REALLY works"
The successful removal of warts
using apple cider vinegar has been the subject of many testimonials scattered throughout the net.
Most who have tried it have nothing but praise when describing how effective and quick
this home remedy has worked for them. And in many cases this success comes after trying many other procedures involving duct tape, freezing kits, compound w, as well as over the counter (OTC) medications containing salicylic acid.
The apple cider vinegar treatment for warts works, and that is great news because warts are the second most common dermatological complaint right after acne. So it's nice to have an inexpensive natural home remedy for such a common problem.
Warts are actually benign skin tumors that can occur alone or in large packs on just about any part of the body. They are caused by a virus, the human papilloma virus (HPV), which enters the body through tiny cuts and breaks in the skin.
Most people will experience one at one time in their lives usually on the back of the hand or fingers (common warts) or on the sole of the foot (plantar warts).
Reference: Mayo Clinic article on plantar warts. (
Procedure for the Removal of Warts
Using Apple Cider Vinegar
For this simple procedure, the removal of warts using apple cider vinegar requires just 3 things:
Each night before going to bed soak a cotton ball in apple cider vinegar, apply it to the wart and then hold it in place with a band-aid. Leave it on all night, or if you like, 24 hours a day but change the soaked cotton and band-aid each evening for a week.
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Cotton balls (end of Q-tip will do)
The wart will swell and may throb as it reacts with the vinegar and then start to turn black within the first two days and after a week or two will be completely gone.
N.B. It is important to continue the treatment for a few days to a week after the wart has fallen off to help ensure it does not come back.
Wart removal pictures
Shown here is an example of a thumb wart at the start of the apple cider vinegar treatment followed by a picture of the thumb and wart about half way through the procedure and finally the wart free thumb at the end of the ACV treatment.
User feedback summary on the removal of warts
using apple cider vinegar:
What comes out loud and clear after reading the numerous testimonials posted below is how delighted and surprised people are to find that such a simple and inexpensive procedure using natural apple cider vinegar can be so effective in removing warts.
The only drawback most often mentioned is the pain involved.
Not everyone experiences pain, but for those who do, it can last anywhere from a few hours to 3 to 4 days
. Depending on the individual and the type of wart, the pain can be very mild or relatively strong. In the latter cases, over the counter pain medication has been found to help.
Alternative Natural Treatment
That is 100% Pain Free
If you find this vinegar procedure too painful for you or it's not working, there is another home remedy to remove warts, using completely natural substances, which is entirely pain free.
The simple procedure is explained by Charles Davidson, an alternative medical practitioner, in his
called "Moles,Warts & Skin Tags Removal".
He includes dozens of testimonials from others who have used it to remove not only planter and common warts but also
external genital warts, moles and skin tags.
In this 90 page e-book, Charles Davidson describes the differences between warts, moles and skin tags, discusses the major drawbacks of current surgical strategies for removing them and the benefits of permanently and painlessly removing these skin problems with his all natural method. The book is easy to read, is instantly down-loadable, and contains lots of useful color pictures.
If for any reason, you find this e-book is not helpful in painlessly removing your moles, warts, or skin tags, you can get a full 100% refund up to 60 days after purchase.
Testimonials on the removal of warts
using apple cider vinegar:
Name: Leanne Mackie
Location: London, United Kingdom
Date: November 19, 2013
I have had a group of plantar warts (verrucae) on my right foot for about 3 years now. They've never bothered me too much so I left them to disappear naturally over time... only that never happened!
After fiddling around with them for a while, using bazuka and trimming them down with a scalpel I have managed to spread the buggers adding another to my foot and what I think may have been one to the tip of a finger...
SO, I tried this vinegar treatment over the past few weeks, and two of the verrucae and whatever the thing on my finger was have completely cleared up :D I am continuing to treat the last few as they are being more stubborn but hope they will depart soon enough.
I followed the instructions on this site, with the addition of paring off the hard, dead skin that built up. I don't know if that contributed to it but on a few occasions the treatment was PURE AGONY. Two or three nights I had to cut the session short or skip altogether as it was stopping me from sleeping, and walking was a serious issue...
All I can say is that I am really happy that this has been successful, and I hope it is for future users BUT be prepared for the paaaain! I found dipping the sore area in ice water really helped :s
November 07, 2013
(Translated from French)
After reading all the testimonials on the site, I decided to share mine while I'm in the process of treating a plantar wart that I must have had for about 2 years .
I saw a dermatologist in March 2013 while I was 7 months pregnant and he told me that the small hard skin in the upper part of my foot was a plantar wart (approx. 5 millimetres diameter). During this appointment he suggested that I have the wart burned off but I refused because I did not want to end my pregnancy with a limp and also because I knew it did not always work.
I started treating the wart with manuka honey, then oil of thuja and finally salicylic acid. As the wart was still there, (probably because after two weeks I stopped the treatment for lack of time) I started the vinegar treatment three days ago.
In my case, I used white lemon skins (previously cut in a hollowed lemon and without the yellow part of the skin) that have soaked in white vinegar for 24 hours.
So every night I put a little Vaseline around the wart to protect the healthy skin and a piece of lemon peel soaked with white vinegar on my wart, on top of the lemon a piece of cotton wool and on top of all that I put a fairly elastic bandage that follows the movements of the foot and prevents the piece of lemon from moving.
During the day I add salicylic acid or sometimes manuka honey (a natural antibiotic and healing agent) if it hurts a little and I want to kill the wart while helping the healthy skin to recuperate.
Day 1: Lots of tingling, the vinegar was acting on the wart and it did not like it.
Day 2: I noticed that the wart blackened.
Day 3: It darkens increasingly as if it rose to the surface of the skin (so I suppose that the roots of the wart rose too).
I will continue until the wart has completely disappeared and I will keep you informed of further developments.
In any event, the results are very encouraging :)
Location: Centre, France
Date: October 29, 2013
(Translated from French)
I am also leaving my small contribution , hoping that my result will be as conclusive as the others.
I have had a wart for 3 years, at the base of my thumb nail. Eventually, three others appeared on the same finger.
I tried to treat them with the garlic method but I was not really regular with my treatment.
A few weeks ago I discovered that we could treat them with vinegar. It has now been two days since I started treating two of them.
What can say about it? The main wart is black and flat, and the other one is beginning to blacken, it's a good start! But it's painful since yesterday. The instant it comes in contact with the vinegar, it makes me twist and bite my fingers!!
As I'm tired of the fight, I say : "Patience , patience ! "
At the same time, I am burning the other two warts with an incense stick and it seems to be working just as well.
And I don't want to forget to thank you and all the people who wrote the testimonials that give us the hope of saying goodbye to these warts.
California, United States
October 24, 2013
I must add my story because reading long blogs got me through the worst nights of the ACV treatment.
I first got a few small plantar warts on the balls of my feet about 15 years ago and didn't know what they were at the time. They didn't bother me much until 2 years ago, when they started causing pain to the point that they changed the way I was walking. The problem worsened, and then a new big one popped up on the side of my foot.
I went to the school clinic, where a nurse used cryotherapy with a cotton swab, which hurt during and after the treatment, but the pain was bearable. She said some people come every week to get treated until the warts are gone. I didn't return immediately. The warts came back worse, filling up the space that had been freeze-burned away.
Next I tried home wart removal kits with salicylic acid. Learn from my mistake: I was too aggressive and tore out a lot of healthy tissue, and the wart expanded to fill the space left.
I then went back to the nurse for 3 more cryo treatments, deeper, more painful, but not effective. The nurse then referred me to Dermatology.
Meanwhile I started using ACV.
The first few nights of ACV were torturous, some of the worst pain I have experienced. Perhaps the only other pain I had had on that level was when I got a colonoscopy without being put under because I wanted to watch. That was pretty painful. But ACV treatment definitely hurt a lot too!!! The pain seemed to sear my nerves and shoot up my legs. I couldn't escape it. The first few nights, I would succumb after a couple hours and remove the ACV dressing. The pain was a little less intense after the first 2-3 days, but still strong. I writhed all night, keeping my poor partner awake, so I slept alone.
After 5 days, a scab formed with dark spots. I would pick at the edges, and when the scab was peelable I would peel it off and start over. The cycle would be about 3 days of intensive treatment, where I would leave ACV on the areas for as long as possible, maybe 6-8 hours. After the third day the scab would start to form, so I figured the ACV wouldn't penetrate as efficiently as when it was raw and just peeled. So I would give myself a break from the laborious treatments and let the scab develop further for 2 days before it was ready to peel off. Peeling took about 2 hours and gave me cramps in my back and neck.
After a couple weeks of ACV treatment at home, I finally went to the dermatologist. As a medical student at UCSF, I was fortunate to have access to UCSF dermatology, where one doctor specialized in plantar warts! I got Candida shots, excruciating!!! Even though the area is anesthetized first, those anesthetic shots would make me scream. And after they wore off, the treated areas would throb for the first day especially. I learned to load up on 800mg ibuprofen beforehand.
Interestingly, the candida shots and the ACV did very similar things. So in between the dermatology clinic visits I continued doing ACV. During this treatment course the 2 oldest and worst sites seemed to be improving, however a few new ones popped up.
I also had one treatment of cryotherapy at one of the other locations of UCSF dermatology clinics. I was actually dong a medical student rotation in dermatology, and my supervising resident was kind enough to give me a treatment. He used the spray bottle which is stronger than the Qtips that the nurse had access to. He sprayed 3 spots. The oldest and biggest wart, which was on its way out, was finished off by the cryo spray, however the newer ones that had popped up recently were made worse - at those sites I blisters formed, maybe because the warts were smaller and there was actually more healthy tissue to blister up, and then the edges of the blisters became seeded with wart.
I had one more Candida injection treatment after that, and the warts were finally vanquished, after a total of about 3 months of intensive treatments and pain and hobbling.
I am generally not a pain medicine user, but I was taking maximum doses of ibuprofen when needed during these treatments.
I was very fortunate to have access to multiple modalities. From my experience, I think the ACV does a great job, it's just inconvenient. The Candida injection approach helped too, and perhaps would have worked on its own, although I supplemented throughout with ACV. And the cryo gave me mixed results.
I might have been able to be less intensive about my ACV regimen and saved myself some time as well as back and neck pains. I think if I had spaced out the peelings to every 7-8 days instead of every 5 days, the process would have still been happening, and perhaps also the scab would have been ready to peel off more easily. On the 5th day the scab was barely ready to come off, and required a long laborious time of picking and cutting to remove.
Supposedly the injections would have done the job all on their own, even though inflammation would last only about 5 days after each treatment, and the treatments were spaced 2-4 weeks apart.
If you don't have access to the higher tech treatments, stay diligent with the ACV and stay positive! There definitely is hope! It has now been 6 months and my feet are beautiful and healthy. I hope yours will have the same happy ending.
October 16, 2013
This really works!
I have nearly 3 years old wart on my finger and I tried other methods but they didn't work for me.
Finally, I am free from wart. Thank you very much on here.
I have before and after treatment photos.
Photo 1 (left) is before treatment, photo 2 (middle) is during treatment and photo 3 (bottom) is after treatment.
Location: Bavaria, Germany
Date: October 16, 2013
(Translated from French)
I tried this treatment and it was absolutely miraculous!
I had tried many treatments without results. I had both heels covered in warts and they are all gone now!
The key: persevere, keep up your courage. This is very tedious.
It took me two months. Every day I applied the lotion with dressing. The skin became white. Every 2/3 days I left them uncovered overnight and in the morning I scratched them a little. Gradually the warts disappeared. In other words, you see the size of the white circles reduce, and chestnut points become more developed. This is a good sign!
Scratch it regularly with a file and everything ends up leaving.
I have beautiful feet now and am no longer ashamed of sunbathing on my belly!
Good luck and above all: PERSEVERE TO THE END! you will get there!
Location: Quebec, Canada
Date: October 12, 2013
(Translated from French)
It's been almost two years since I've had a genital wart that kept coming back all the time (at the base of the penis), I was treated with nitrogen several times just to see it disappear and reappear…
I tried the solution of Q -tips soaked in apple cider vinegar and saw excellent results after only 72 hours (continuous application).
The genital wart first turned white, then black, and after that, the black scab fell off (removed with tweezers).
I am very satisfied with the result. The only problems encountered were the pain when the compress was applied but it eventually faded after a few minutes, and the hole left once the wart was removed (can't wait until it's healed).
The website recommends to continue the treatment after the wart has been removed. But it hurts too much to apply the compress on the hole that has formed. Once the scab is removed, as it's directly on raw tissue (pink). So, I'll try to apply a small amount of vinegar with a Q-tip before sleeping at night since it's unbearable to place a new pad on it.
I'm looking forward to seeing if this solution will be final or if the wart will return as it did with the nitrogen treatment. But considering the hole that formed, I guess it is burned deep to the root compared to the nitrogen treatment that hardly left a scar and appeared to be less effective.
I recommend the apple cider vinegar vinegar treatment because it is radical and cheaper ($5). It only requires a little will power.
N.B. Be careful to only apply the vinegar to the wart because it irritates and reddens the surrounding skin if the compress is too large for its a VERY sensitive area.
I will return and write an update if the wart comes back, but I hope with all my heart that I will be rid of it for good. Thanks to this site!
Location: Paris, France
Date: October 07, 2013
(Translated from French)
Just to say thank you for this info that has opened my eyes.
For about three years I suffered from genital warts, and of course I went to see my gynecologist who then advised me to go see a dermatologist.
I have therefore been treated cryogenically and will skip the comments on the pain.
But each time they returned more rapidly.
I had to travel for family reasons and as a result discontinued treatment, but on my return I was greeted with the worst news.
I went back to see my dermatologist who gave me a recommendation for laser treatment as well as for surgery in a hospital because the anal region was also affected.
I wanted to know more about those procedures but found little hope and mostly discouraging testimonials.
People mentioned burns, pain and even … recurrences! I was at a total loss.
A week ago I started looking again on Google and I typed in " natural treatment for genital warts " and there, I learned about the existence of apple cider vinegar.
That same evening, I went to the nearest supermarket and I started, and I can tell you that I'm happy.
It's not a dream since it does not just happen: the pain is there. But I continued and I can tell you that 80% of the warts disappeared in five days, even in the anal region. I prefer to bite the bullet and be done with it.
"Oops! " I forgot to say that the apple cider vinegar that I had bought wasn't bio, but it's the result that counts. I'm going to buy some organic ACV now to continue my treatment and I will never part with it.
I'll also tell everyone around me about ACV's amazing benefits.
I am a happy woman who has regained her self confidence.
I wanted to share my experience and to thank you for all the help the testimonials published on this site have brought me.
Good health to all!
California, United States
October 07, 2013
I have to say the apple cider method was nothing short of a miracle for me. I had a planter wart for about 9-10 years.
Tried MULTIPLE liquids nitrogen treatments at the MD office (10-15 -- lost count), prescription salicylic acid (off and on for years - irritated surrounding skin), crushed aspirin (which is salicylic acid) and duck tape. I finally saw a podiatrist who treated it 4 times with a stronger acid (temporary help). Personally I think it was the $345 insurance money and the $40 copay that kept her treatment at this basic level until I said "what do you need to do to get rid of this wart once and for all? " Surgery " was the answer which I was told would do the trick. My foot healed fine but the plantar wart was back in 3 weeks and bigger than ever. I could not believe it!
I gave up with the MD approach at this point and continued to cut away at the wart myself every 1-2 weeks. I decided to check the internet one more time for a home remedy and I saw apple cider vinegar and thought what the heck, I'll give it a shot.
I soaked my feet in hot water, used the small pointy curved scissor to remove as much of the nickel size plantar wart and callous as I could (I got good at this over all the years). I took a small section of gauze and folded into to about 1/2 inch x 1/2 inch, soaked it in apple cider vinegar, put it on the wart and secured it with two strips of duck tape. I did not want the "bandage" to be thick since the wart was under the ball of my foot.
I left it there about 24 hours. The next night- WOW -I looked at it and the wart had "swelled" like cauliflower. I was able to cut away another large chunk. It was unbelievable to me since it looked like 80% was gone with just one treatment. I continued to soak, trim wart and bandage every 2-3 days with no treatments in between. It took about 4 weeks for the wart to be gone but there was a hint of a dry spot at 4 weeks. It has been gone for 3 months now so I feel pretty confident in writing this - I was waiting to see if it would return. IT WAS SO EASY - I CAN'T BELIEVE I SPENT SO MUCH TIME AND MONEY GOING TO AN MD!!!
I used apple cider vinegar on a small finger wart. The wart turned black, I continued to trim and covered with a small section of apple cider soaked gauze and whala - gone in a week.
I hope others have as good an experience with apple cider vinegar as I had. I know how uncomfortable planters warts can be.
Virginia, United States
October 04, 2013
I don't normally do testimony, but I decided to share my personal experience with you all.
My daughter (11 years old) got her first wart 18 months ago from swim practice. Didn't know much about plantar warts, we visited a dermatologist and she received a painful freeze treatment. After treatment, I sent her back to school, thinking everything is under control.
That afternoon, her teacher called and asked me to take her home early. My daughter was crying in classroom due to pain.
One month later, the small wart did not disappear, instead, it grew bigger. We visited two different dermatologists and received freeze treatment 5 more times, nothing worked. The original wart grew to the size of a quarter and started to spread. Not sure what to do next, I stumbled into this site. Not 100% convinced with all the testimonies, I decided to give it a try since we have nothing to lose.
I did the following:
1. Soak her feet into pure ACV 20 minutes daily after shower.
2. Soak a small piece of cotton with ACV, generously cover the warts, and cover it with a waterproof bandage.
3. Every other day, I would use a small disposable surgical knife to cut the dead skin off, (knifes are cheap, 100 for $10.00, bought online).
Repeat step 1, 2, 3 daily. To my surprise, I started seeing some improvement in just a few days, after 4 months of ACV treatment, her warts are totally gone now. ACV treatment is not a myth or joke. The key thing for success is to continue the routine.
===> DO NOT STOP pre-maturely.
I am also wondering why dermatologists or Podiatrist don't share this valuable information with their patients. My conclusion is "MONEY", doctors are in the business for profit, unfortunately SAD but TRUE.
So, cancel your next appointment. Go to Walmart and buy yourself several gallon of ACV at $2.99 per gallon.
Oh, one more thing, my daughter is also taking 400mg of Tagamet (cimetidine) 3 times daily, this is recommended by a friend, so, our success could be the combination of ACV and Tagamet (cimetidine)? Who knows, you be the judge!
Good luck to you all!
Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
October 03, 2013
I read on another site about ACV treatment for warts about a month ago. As I had a growing Seborrheic Keratoses (SK) mole/wart growing on my forehead now for about 18 months, I decided to try it.
A SK looks more menacing than a wart and the trouble was that I saw more small versions of these guys starting to pop-up at other locations on my forehead. The big guy also started out as a small brown spot and kept on growing until I started treating it when it was about 10 mm in diameter.
I started by drinking recommended ACV (Braggs) with honey and water mornings and evenings also. But here is my method which has considerably caused less pain than what I read in previous testimonies.
I take a ear bud which I dip in petroleum jelly and carefully apply this on the skin about 10 mm around the wart. This is to 'mask' the skin against the ACV.
Then I cut a round patch, same size as the wart from a 'cotton rounds pad' (the pads used by my wife for wiping her cosmetics off etc). I use this as it is flat and has the same absorption as a cotton ball but does not release a lot of ACV immediately on the wart.
Then put this small cotton round on a translucent band aid plaster. Then put a few drops of ACV on the cotton and place the whole contraption on my wart. Using the translucent plaster, I can see exactly if the cotton is over the wart. (The plaster has to be cut longer than the area you have covered with the petroleum jelly so it sticks to the skin which is not greasy).
Now I have done this for a month every night. Remember this was a big bugger and after a week the first black spot appeared on the SK mole. After a few weeks it started losing its dark colour and became more dry. Currently it is almost completely dry and starting to disintegrate. The urge to scratch it off at this stage become hard to resist, but I carry on with the ACV.
I have also treated the smaller SK moles on my forehead with the same method. These were a breeze to get rid of. If only I knew of this simple method 18 months ago then I would have nipped the big bugger before it started.
I expect to go on for another month or so and will keep you posted.
Madison Wisconsin, United States
October 01, 2013
I had a 20 year old plantar wart on my heel that never really gave me much trouble, but knew it needed to be removed. Tried all the OTC medications, thousands later.....nothing!
I could NOT believe what was under the skin once I started ACV treatment.
My story is much the same as others. I think the only thing I would add regarding the level of pain is, I could not walk. I used crutches for almost a week. It was no picnic, but lo and behold, three weeks, and it's gone.
Still simply can't believe it!!! Absolutely worth it. Just do it when you don't have anything big going on.
Missouri, United States
September 20, 2013
I wanted to thank you for this website.
I had been suffering with a painful quarter-sized plantar wart on the ball of my foot for more than ten years and it is finally gone. I had just been putting up with it, even walking in such a way to keep pressure off of it because of the pain. I am so relieved it's finally gone, along with two other smaller warts that were next to it.
I did all the steps, dipped cotton balls in ACV every day and night and kept the moist cotton taped to the infection area. I just want to reiterate what many others have mentioned, that it's important to trim the cotton to the size of the wart or you will experience an immense amount of pain. Healthy skin does not like ACV very well and you will most definitely feel the burn. Don't get me wrong, it's still painful to keep it just on the wart but it's not even close to the pain you'd experience with ACV on healthy skin.
It took about a month-and-a-half for the large wart to go away. The smaller ones were gone within a few weeks. You'll want to keep an eye on it because it will begin to change colors. When it would get darker, I would trim the skin down because it was in there so deep. Towards the end, it turned black down toward the base so I cleaned it and left the ACV off to see if it would heal. I now have perfectly healed skin in its place and the wart and the pain are gone. I'm truly amazed.
I almost gave up because it took so long and I was tired of limping around with the ACV on. I really didn't think this would work but it totally did. So hang in there.
One thing I would add is that I wouldn't use this on my face. It's really strong so I just wouldn't take a chance.
September 17, 2013
I praise and thank the Lord for showing me, in the internet, how to remove skin tags using the ACV.
I said goodbye to the skin tag on the 5th day. No pain at all!
God bless us all.
California, United States
September 10, 2013
My grandmother was really brilliant, but I didn't know that until I was about 20 years old and I came with a full blown case of flat warts all over my face.
I didn't know that was what I had until I went to a dermatologist who told me to take a pen and mark wherever I could see a wart. My face looked literally like a road map. I had warts in my nose, in my ears, eyelids, and I looked like I had a a case of freckles everywhere.
The doctor sprayed some topical anesthetic on my skin and took a scalpel to my face. I looked like fresh hamburger. After the second treatment, since they did not go away, I was at my grandma's house. She gently told me that I could get rid of those pesky spots with some ACV.
I went home and took a cotton ball soaked in the precious liquid. My face once again looked like little bloody spots. When I woke up in the morning, every single one of them was gone.
My son had contracted them from me, so about a year later when I saw them show up, I worked on a few of them, but he was too wiggly, and didn't let me finish. It didn't matter, because in the morning they were all gone also.
My hypothesis on this is the ACV creates an environment that is not conducive to the HPV, and it just carts off and dies. Whatever makes the body change the alkalinity level will the destroy the habitat of the wart.
Drinking ACV regularly with honey in a glass of warm water is a very good tonic to take daily. It keeps the warts from returning and makes your skin glow.
Georgia, United States
August 28, 2013
I had a "wart" ?? on the back lower part of my leg, aproximatly 8" above my ankle. I first noticed it almost 30 years ago when shaving my legs.
It was just a small dot like a skin tag but since I never had one I didn't know what that was. I just avoided bothering it all these years and never mentioned it to a doctor because it didn't seem like a big deal. I did see that it got larger over the years to the size of an english pea.
I started using a little cider vinegar in an 8 oz glass of water a few times a week just because I had heard some older relatives having mentioned this was beneficial to your overall health.
This "wart" ?? has now gone completely flat after only a few weeks. I still have a discolored whitish/lightish spot like a scar on my skin but I could use a razor without any concern. I found this very interesting. I do not have any other visible results to share.
Chicago, United States
August 21, 2013
I have a wart on the side of my nose that I originally thought was a pimple.
After waging war on this pimple for 2 months or more with no success I finally went to an aesthetician who would not touch it and sent me straight to a dermatologist.
It was at the dermatologist that I found out it was a wart. I had my first freezing treatment about a week ago with the understanding that I would need a few treatments. At $190 a pop I took to the web to see if there were any other options to expedite the process and save money.
I came across this site, thank GOD.
I started ACV war about 3 days ago and the wart is already hard and just about completely black. Because the wart is on my face I don't treat during the day but at night I soak a cotton ball in ACV which I place over the wart and hold firm with a band aid. I leave it in place over night. It does sting, throb and hurt but I deal with the pain and the smell because I am seeing the desired results.
I am scheduled for another freezing treatment in about 2 weeks and I am hoping that appointment won't be necessary. I am following the treatment and your advice to the letter. So far, so good.
Note: I am African American and I am hoping there is no scaring after. If there are any other African American's out there that have done this I would love to know if there were any differences in your experience. This is my 1st wart ever and I am in the middle of my war. I will of course keep you posted.
Illinois, United States
August 17, 2013
This really works! I thought I just had a callous on the side of my fingernail, but it wouldn't go away. I read all the testimonials here first and decided to give it a go.
I soaked a tiny piece of cotton ball in ACV and put a band aid on both day and night for a little over a week. I wanted the thing gone asap. OMG!! The pain was excruciating at times and I would occasionally remove the bandaid for relief. I could actually feel the exact moment when the Advil began to work and my finger would stop throbbing.
At that point I realized it was infected. I soaked it and drained some gunk out and it felt way better. It burned and throbbed like heck. After I drained it, I kept putting the ACV on and it didn't hurt much.
It turned dark and pulled away from the rest of my skin, but did not just fall off. I did help it a little bit by picking at it. But, it's now gone completely.
Where I once chased my kids around the house threatening them with The Wart, they now can't even pick out the finger it was on. Three weeks to totally heal.
I am now treating the wart on the side of my daughters foot. The dr recommended duct tape. That did nothing. the 'wart stick' only hurt her surrounding skin. Two days after starting ACV, it is starting to turn black already.
Whoever came up with this use for ACV is wonderful! And thank you everyone for sharing your stories and passing on this remedy.
Arizona, United States
August 09, 2013
So a lot of people have been saying that there is a lot of pain involved in this treatment.
I would just like to share what I did that prevented any pain whatsoever.
You get some medical tape and cut a hole the size of the wart and then place the wart through the hole. This prevents the skin from burning or wrinkling when you apply the apple cider vinegar.
I hope this helps with the pain and btw this treatment really does work!!!!!
Ann Arbor, United States
August 09, 2013
To lessen the pain, just use less ACV!!
I tried this and I'm so happy right now. I have one of these monsters on the side of my heel and it's reached half an inch!! I waged an all out war recently after freezing only made it spread. Salicylic acid was a mess and no progress after three weeks.
I started ACV day before yesterday. The first night I used a cotton ball big enough to stick out a little and cover the whole thing. It hurt so bad, felt like red hot nails were being driven into my foot. I took two Advils and then two Percocets and it was still unbearable so
I doused my foot with aloe gel and ice.
The next morning the wart was all white. I covered it with duct tape but no more acv for the day. Then last night I used just a wisp of cotton, just a thin layer over the wart with acv and duct tape. It throbbed but was perfectly bearable and I could sleep.
This morning I saw black under the surface and it has shrunk considerably!! Amazing!!!
Once it's black under the surface in the middle you've won. I did have a little wart near the big one and three days of salicylic and duct tape and I saw the black and popped it right out. If there's a spurt or blood you have removed it.
However the SA was useless with the big guy. Looks like acv has done the trick though.
September 14, 2013
Update on August 3 post:
UPDATE DID NOT WORK BUT HERE'S WHAT DID:
ACV shrunk my years-old stubborn wart considerably but after three weeks of intense pain I had to give up. Exposing the wart interior made it spread and I found two on other parts of my feet and four on my hand. ACV DID WORK FOR THOSE but not for the original big daddy. The big one had never spread until I messed with it.
So I found a completely painless and hassle- free way that is working. I am taking 6500 iu of Vitamin D3 and a big ultra natural multivitamin and 30 mg of Zinc (raw) every day. Plus I sealed the wart with clear nail polish. It's a better seal than duct tape and doesn't fall off. Plus it's more discreet than walking around with pieces of duct tape on you LOL. I don 't know about this choking the wart or anything but it does keep it from spreading. And the wart is shrinking. It's slower but it is definitely working.
Healthy diet and exercise and sunshine (D3) helps too.
London, United Kingdom
August 07, 2013
My five year old daughter had about 20 warts on her hands and a wart on her nose.
We tried using bazuuca gel, then freezing them and she even had the wart on her nose surgically removed as she kept knocking it and making it bleed - after a couple of months it grew back.
I read the testimonials on this site and tried the apple cider vinegar and after using it for a month at night, all of the warts have disappeared.
Within a couple of days they had started to go black and we persisted and all of them have gone without leaving any scars.
My daughter is over the moon as she was being teased at school and had become very embarrassed about them.
August 04, 2013
(Translated from French)
I'm just starting this home remedy on a series of warts on my right hand.
Everything started from this wart:
To end up like this:
(Note: I had already started treatment with vinegar, because they were so visible)
Normally they weren't very noticeable, but I knew they were there and so did those who paid attention to my hand.
That affected my self-confidence.
Due to the large area occupied by my warts, I was not able to apply a small cotton ball on each wart.
So I had to resort to a more drastic method …
I applied two cotton strips across the top of my hand, generously soaked with apple cider vinegar diluted with a little water (otherwise it burnt too much!).
Then covered with a tape and a plastic glove to prevent evaporation of the vinegar. (Also to reduce the vinegar smell!)
Having to cover my whole hand in vinegar irritates my hand and hurts a lot! it heats, it stings, it burns!
Being as tough as I am, I bear it especially when I think that I could get rid of these warts!
I am in my 6th day of treatment, but only yesterday the first "black dots" appeared. Like the comments quoted in previous testimonials, I used a clean scraper. (Blade of a well disinfected pair of hospital scissors)
I started to clean the warts removing their first layers, and doing so, surprise!
Some of them came out almost entirely, revealing a "hole" with black inside!
(You can see this a bit in the last photo!)
For now I'm continuing the treatment! I will post the final results if the vinegar gets rid of them!
I still have a couple of questions!
Do you think the cavity left by the warts will disappear?
At the end of the vinegar treatment will I have to apply some sort of dressing with a special cream? A restorative or antibiotic cream?
My pharmacist gave me such a cream to treat another wound when I was missing some skin 2 or 3 cm square.
Anyways, thank you for all your comments, your blog and all your RECOMMENDATIONS!
August 03, 2013
I have been struggling with a wart right on the extremity of the nail on my left thumb.
I tried all OTC products, gels, immunosuppressants, topical solutions, liquid nitrogen sessions, over and over and over.
Every single doctor I saw kept telling me it needs time, but it looks like they were eager for money. What a shame.
It is such an ugly feeling. I hate how the wart makes my hand look. It's very visible, quite big for its location (3x2) and it looks ugly every time I used to apply any of the aforementioned products. It makes me cry sometimes. I would always try to hide my hand while talking, or in every social circumstance. I couldn't even hold a drink and smoke in public because it was too obvious. I know nobody could be looking, but I was! It was so dreadful, I hated everything at this point.. but I never gave up.
I stumbled upon the ACV, and was shocked and thrilled at the same time. Shocked because I never knew a free product that has been in my kitchen for ages would do the job many sessions of OTC and prescribed products sucked at!! And I was so thrilled to read all comments in the thread - yes, I read them ALL, I could not stop from the joy.
I gave it a shot two days ago, and the wart is already black. The pain is excruciating when I reapply the vinegar and change the band-aid and duct tape, but it is only so for a couple of hours.
I am on day 2 already, and the wart is already black, dry and dead looking. I feel sooooo good despite the pain! Actually, I feel sooo good because of the pain! That's what recovery must feel like, and I can really burst into tears right now ...you guys have all been there, and my joy in sharing this is just beyond description.
God bless you all, and mother nature!
August 01, 2013
I had a wart 2cm in size, it grew after unsuccessful attempts at freezing it. Freezing did work on a few warts I had but this one just didn't respond.
I tried ACV and it worked. Though its important that I share my experience in that I thought the wart hadn't gone and I kept treating it.
I treated it over two months and it just stayed with me. The wart itself probably had died and it wasn't until I stopped treating the area that I realised that I had kept a sore going in place of the wart. That is the soft tissue where the wart is will continue to appear like a wart if you keep treating it.
So after I stopped treating it, the wart disappeared over a week. I'm so glad it's gone, a massive wart on the hand is just upsetting.
I have been wart free for a few months now and the skin is perfect and back to it's original state that it was 7yrs ago when I first developed it.
Arizona, United States
July 21, 2013
ACV REALLY WORKS!!!!
I had a large wart between my fingers for over a year.
I tried every over the counter solution available but nothing worked.
Finally I decided to try ACV since it is so successful at balancing pH levels internally and externally
To my pleasant surprise it worked like a charm!!! It takes a couple of weeks or more and stings & throbs while working but it's worth it!
The wart shrinks, turns brown and eventually heals!
Wisconsin, United States
July 11, 2013
Making a paste out of crushed aspirin mixed with the ACV helps with the stabbing pain.
The pain doesn't totally go away, but it definitely lessens it.
Hope this helps!
Louisiana, United States
July 07, 2013
I had a wart on my finger for about 4-6 months, & everything I tried just didn't work.
About 1 week ago I asked my sister how she got rid of her warts...she said with Apple Cider Vinegar.
I used it for a week & yesterday when I got out of the shower, I thought about using tweezers to dig it out. I dug the wart out pain free. Now there is just an empty hole in my skin. My sister told me to keep putting the ACV on it for a little bit longer just so that we know its gone for sure.
I am so happy with the results & it only hurt the first couple of days, but it was worth it. I can't wait for it to heal up & I can have a normal finger again.
I truly believe ACV helps, & I recommend it to anyone with a wart. Although it only took a week for me, it varies with other warts. I heard elsewhere that it could take up to 6-8 week.
I was fortunate & so happy I used ACV. Good Luck!
Illinois, United States
July 06, 2013
My special needs child has had a wart problem on one of her hands for many years. Due to her disabilities, doctors refused to treat them but suggested we use OTC remedies.
Over the course of about 7 years, a single wart became 20+. I have tried everything, numerous times. Her pediatric dermatologist finally agreed to treat her with injections directly into the warts (very painful). We were hopeful that this would finally work. After numerous treatments, no change. :(
The doctor finally prescribed a heavy duty prescription topical but warned us that her hand will peel badly and may become very raw. She said we may see results in a couple of months.
Somebody asked me if I had ever tried to remove her warts using apple cidar vinegar. Honestly, I was pretty skeptical but thought it was worth a try before resorting to the prescription cream.
I have been treating her hand for 3 days and the warts are all turning black and have shrunk considerably. I coaxed about 4 of them off her hand with ease.
I am amazed that this simple, painless, CHEAP remedy is working!
Pennsylvania, United States
June 28, 2013
I had many moles and skin tags that were becoming unbearable.
I remember my aunt having so many that it marred her beauty, and to be honest, I felt unattractive because of them.
I used to have them frozen off but then my medical insurance denied the practice as "not medically necessary". I was thinking I was doomed to carry these skin issues forever until I came across this website, and began trying the apple cider vinegar method.
It burned like heck, but in only two days, I began seeing them begin to flake. In a week, several had fallen off, and I am going to continue to use this treatment until I see all of these unwanted skin growths fall off.
What an effective and cheap way to get rid off skin tags, moles, and warts. I even told my sister in Germany to try it on her husband's warts and moles, and I am sure he will have the positive results!
Thank you for sharing this information!
California, United States
June 23, 2013
I had numerous warts in the past few years. Went to the dermatologist to freeze them 5 times. Some warts were resilient & kept on coming back but after a few treatments they were all gone.
The freezing is about 150$ per visit. A few months later, when I discovered some new warts on my hand, I tried making an appointment but they were fully booked for the next 10 days. So I decided to go to RITEAID & buy Dr Scholls...
Well, NEVER USE THESE PRODUCTS. They blister only the top layer of your skin & don’t cure the wart. I had already researched about ACV years ago but never tried it, so I decided to give it a try.
In 2 to 3 days your wart will turn black. I don’t know why but some warts don’t hurt at all but others hurt like hell when you leave the soaked cotton balls with a Band-aid on. As each day progresses & you repeat this treatment, it hurts more & more; maybe because the surrounding skin is irritated & super red? But one thing for sure is…YOU TAKE THE PAIN & IT WILL FALL OFF & YOU WILL BE WART FREE... NO PAIN NO GAIN. :)
But if you don’t have money problems, I suggest you go to the dermatologist & freeze them because it only stings a little for that day...because if I had to compare the burning & throbbing pain, ACV wins two hands down.
The only bad thing about freezing, you might need multiple treatments. There wasn’t a wart that didn’t go away with two treatments & the good thing about ACV treatment? It’s super cheap. It might hurt like hell but, from my experience, it works wonders & I’ve been wart free ever since. & I hope the same for you guys. :)
London, United Kingdom
June 21, 2013
I have had a plantar wart for a few years now, tried everything like freezing, salicylic acid, and other over the counter medication and nothing worked.
Saw this website and tried ACV. I put some cotton wool soaked with ACV every night with band aid. Within 5 days the wart turned black and then dropped off! I must confess that the pain on the first 3 days was unbearable and it woke me up every night and I had to put ice on the wart to stop the pain. I persevered and gradually the pain went.
I would recommend that you file the wart down every night before ACV treatment to ensure that the ACV is able to penetrate to the wart.
Am so pleased with the result, when nothing else worked!
Texas, United States
June 03, 2013
I am amazed at how well this remedy works! I have four different 'wart stories.'
First, I have two daughters, my 7 year old who had a small new wart and my 9 year old who had one 'new wart' and an older wart (one of which had been frozen off before.) I treated both of them three consecutive nights, they reported minimal pain (though the oldest wart caused my daughter some pain where she was tempted to remove the ACV) The warts were black after the first night. They went swimming on day four and came home to realize they had fallen out! Maybe the chlorine? I treated them again for three days and they were black again after one day and fell out a few days later. We did one final treatment, for two nights, which did nothing. The warts are gone in less than two weeks! They have little holes where they were and you can see fresh pink skin!
I have a more stubborn wart/ mole/ bump/ unidentified growth on the sole of my foot. It is clear, smooth and raised. I noticed it 9 years ago. During my second pregnancy, 8 years ago, it started to grow. I saw a podiatrist who said it wasn't a wart and it didn't look cancerous, so if it didn't bother me to leave it alone. I took his advice and ignored it until 3 years ago when it had grown and was getting annoying. I saw a dermatologist who said its not a wart, not cancerous and probably a colorless mole. She wouldn't remove it and said if it wasn't really bad to leave it alone as it would require foot surgery to remove. It definitely wasn't bad enough to go through foot surgery, nor the money that would cost, so I ignored it. I soon became pregnant with my 3rd child and it continued to grow.
Last year, I decided something had to be done and I wasn't ready for the knife, so Dr Google it was. I came across ACV and saw that it could be used on warts or moles and was relatively harmless, so decided it was worth a shot at my "bump" as it has come to be known. I went crazy at first, constantly treating it 24/7. It turned brown and would occasionally have a brown/ black fluid cone out of it (like old blood?) I couldn't walk it swelled so big and hurt so bad. My ankle was sore from walking on only half of my foot. After a couple of weeks, I did nighttime treatment only because it was so painful. It finally got so darn painful, I took a break. Plus, I was about to have major abdominal surgery and didn't want to have that and not being able to walk. I left it alone and layers peeled off and kept peeling off for weeks. It got flush with the skin and I didn't treat it anymore. I knew I needed to, but after having surgery complications, and new issues, I ended up having four abdominal surgeries last year and didn't want that pain added on.
So, here I am a year later and the thing has grown back and was hurting again. With Summer upon us, I'm ready to be rid of it. I started treating about a month ago and have been treating nightly. It turned black and has oozed the nasty black liquid a couple of times. I file it down daily, not a lot, since it hurts to touch it. I take a few days off when it starts getting really painful and let it calm down and dry out some. I then am able to file more and reveal a bright red color under it. It's flat with my foot again, but I can still feel a fairly good sized bump beneath the skin and the dark red circle is still there, so I know it's not gone. I just finished a three day no treatment break and am on week five of treatment. I'm guessing it's going to take another month or two to completely get rid of it, since its so well established; but this time I'm not giving up! This thing is going to die and I'm getting my foot back. Seeing my daughter's results and reading here, I know it can be done, but it's going to take patience. I will post my success when I'm done treating.
As far as the pain goes, I firmly believe the age of the wart/ growth is directly related to the pain you experience. I've come to that conclusion from reading testimonials and my own experience with my kid's warts. The 'new warts' caused them very little, if any discomfort. Whereas my daughter's 'old wart' caused her enough pain to consider removing the ACV cotton and bandaid. The one I have is 9 years old and firmly planted and is giving me a much harder time. I've had total disc replacement in my spine, one baby without drugs, a c-section baby, large hernia repair, hysterectomy and lived in chronic pain for four years, I'm no sissy. I've been told by doctors that I need to take my pain medicine and that I have an extremely high pain tolerance. This pain isn't the worst I've experienced and its not always bad, but when it is bad, it throbs and hurts like crazy! It's a piercing pain and the more you treat, the more it hurts. Plus, with it being on my foot, it throws off my walking and wearing shoes. I have found some relief by buying the corn protectors, they are round padded bandaids, with a round cutout in the center that helps cushion around it, so it doesn't receive so much pressure when walking. When I am treating it and it swells, that helps a lot, I put one of those on in the morning with a bandaid over it and barely notice it if I'm wearing comfy shoes. The cutout is still covered by a sticky layer, so when it's pulled off, it sometimes pulls the top layer of skin off the growth. I like that it does that, since it helps exfoliate. If you didn't want that to happen, you could put cotton on that part so it wouldn't stick to the wart.
I hope everyone had great wart removing success with ACV!
Update- June 27, 2013
I wrote in on June 3, 2013 and since then I've made some great progress on my "bump" on my foot. To clarify location from my earlier post, it is on the sole of my foot (opposite side of the arch, on the outer edge.)
Two weeks ago, I was super excited and thought it was gone. The ACV had not been hurting at all for several days and I was able to cut off all the black skin. There was a crater with fresh skin underneath and I thought I had defeated this thing. I almost updated then, but I knew to treat it again with ACV to make sure it was gone. I was bummed that as soon as the ACV touched my foot, the pain started. The next morning, it was black again.
I've been treating daily since then and use an emery board to file it down at night.
Tonight, I soaked my foot in hot water and once again was able to cut all the black off, without any pain. It had stopped hurting during treatment again, so I was hopeful. As soon as I saw underneath though, I knew it wasn't gone yet. It's considerably smaller, but there is still a small red circle in it, which is the wart.
I just put my nightly ACV on and the burn is back, not to intense at the moment. I'm confident it will be black in the morning again. I will keep treating until it is gone and update then.
On my daughters' warts, they are healing nicely and seem to be gone. As far as location, my older daughter had one of hers on her elbow joint and her older wart was on her finger knuckle. The younger ones wart was on her upper arm.
July 14, 2013
Update on June 3, 2013 and June 27, 2013 posts:
I've wrote in twice now and had really hoped this 'bump' would be gone by now. Layer by layer, it's coming off, just slower than I had hoped.
I'm now 90% sure it is a wart, as I finally see the small black dots everyone speaks of. Before, it was on huge red area that would turn black. Now, I see small red areas that turn black.< br>
I am amazed at how it is a crater and after another ACV treatment it brings it up to the surface and the crater is gone. I keep thinking I almost have it gone, as the red are will be super small, then I treat, it raises and more appears.
It hurts so flipping bad right now, I can't even put pressure on it, but I'm not giving up. Obviously, since I've had it so long (9+ years), its very implanted and isn't giving up easy.
I had originally started using regular ACV; but am now using organic ACV. I'm not sure there is much of a differnce, other than the organic smells horrendous. Hopefully, I'll be back soon saying it is gone!
On another note, we recently used ACV on my husband's knee to get a splinter out, that had been in there some time. It was out in 2 days. We are also treating a wart on his finger, and it is progressing nicely, almost gone after 10 days. I only wish mine would go so quickly!
August 24, 2013
From Kathy E, Texas, United States
Update on June 3rd, June 27th & July 14th posts:
I am still at it treating my wart. I'm just shy of treating for 4 months now.
It's back to being more of a red spot and then turning black with treatment. I keep thinking I'm getting to the end of it. It hurts horrible to treat and has had me up out of bed for a few hours the last several nights from the throbbing. I'm toughing it out, hoping it means I'm nearing the end. Hopefully soon it will be gone!
Washington, United States
May 22, 2013
My daughter had a 2 inch wide plantar wart that continuing to get bigger, with little warts surrounding the area.
I read about ACV, and I soaked her foot in ACV for 3 nights at 20 minutes a piece and it turned black and died. I was amazed, and have spread the word to other friends. That was 2 years ago.
She has a tiny one coming back, so we will probably treat again.
Thank you for spreading the word.
Ohio, United States
May 19, 2013
I read this article and testimonials and decided to try it despite complete lack of confidence that anything would work.
I have had cluster's of flat warts on the back of my hands and a few on my fingers for several years and only within the past year did I even know what they were. My primary doctor had called it "dermatitis" and prescribed a cream that did nothing. I finally went to a dermatologist who told me they are "flat warts".
I tried the freeze method at the dermatologist and every over-the counter and home remedy I heard of and NOTHING worked...only got WORSE. I even tried bleach out of desperation!
Finally after reading your article, I soaked a gauze in Bragg's raw organic apple cider vinegar and strapped it to the back of my hands with duct tape and left it on overnight (about 7 hrs). I was a little concerned when I removed it because it looked inflamed and even larger than before. I let them "air out" during the day and they actually looked a little smaller, despite a thin layer of my skin peeling off where the apple cider vinegar had been in contact.
After doing this for a couple of days though I noticed the 2"x2" cluster of warts on the back of one of my hands had shrunk enough that I could actually see the "individual warts" rather than the mass they had become. They also were beginning to turn light brown on the tops of some of them.
I kept repeating the apple cider vinegar technique for about 2 nights ON 2-3 nights OFF over the course of about 2 weeks.
The warts are almost all completely gone. The worse of the 2 hands that had the 2"x2" cluster is completely flat now and looks/feels completely normal.
I still have a few areas that are harder to get to because they are on my fingers but I'm working at it and know for certain that this will work. The worst of them is gone. After losing a thin layer of skin on on the backs of my hands from the acidic nature of the vinegar, It was a little harder to use the vinegar because my hands were sore/somewhat raw (this is why I didn't repeat the procedure every day and gave them a chance to "air out".
THANK YOU for sharing this article.
North Carolina, United States
May 18, 2013
I feel like I should leave a comment here as well.
A few weeks ago I nicked myself while shaving "down there" and it developed into a wart. I'm not sure if its HPV (the STD type) or just a normal wart, but needless to say ACV is working.
I'm only on day 2 but half the wart already peeled off and whats left is black. It is clearly dying I'm 28 and can count the partners I've been with on one hand so I must just be unlucky but thankfully I stumbled upon this treatment as soon as I discovered it was a wart.
Also, ACV is a great test to determine if you have a wart in the first place. If you soak the wart for about 5-10 minutes it will turn white if its a wart. If it doesn't then you probably have a skin tag or an in-grown hair or something of that sort.
ACV is not only a self-diagnostic tool but also a treatment for warts and I got a bottle for $2 at the grocery store. (I spent 6 on some topical cream which I hope they will let me return, don't even bother with that crap)
Illinois, United States
May 16, 2013
I've had a wart at the base of my palm for about three years.
After buying some patches (which helped a little), buying Dr. Scholl's freeze-off (which didn't help at all), and spending about $30 in over-the-counter treatments, I tried ACV with cotton balls and band-aids.
My wart was completely blackened within about four days, but I treated it for a little longer because it didn't fall off. I eventually tore it off--I know, I know, that's probably bad for my skin. But it's gone! I'm still treating the area for a few days, just in case.
Also, I have a low pain tolerance, so I was scared of the pain--but I actually didn't have any! That was a huge plus.
Illinois, United States
May 14, 2013
I recently researched this remedy to removing warts. It works great!
I've had annoying and ugly warts on my leg which were really embarrassing.
As I have been using the vinegar it stings quite a bit but its all worth it.
It's has been about a week and the warts have turned black. I'm not sure what to do now because it is sort of going into my leg like a small crater. Should I try to take them out or keep using the remedy or stop?
If anyone could get back to me on this it would be great!
May 11, 2013
I've had a wart on the pad of my middle finger, which then turned to 2, and just recently a 3rd has started to show.
I've tried numerous OTC products but to no avail. Going to the docs is the last thing I want.
Last night I read on another site about ACV remedy, these directions only said to cover for 3 to 4 hours. At 8pm I applied the ACV then went to bed, at 2am I woke up and removed the bandaid. The warts were swollen and white, and the skin was wrinkly. (but thats from the moisture, like soaking in a bath a while)
When I got out of bed this morning one of the warts (the oldest one) has already started turning brown/ black. The other 2 are still white.
I am very happy with this quick response to the ACV. I read about using medical tape and punching a hole in it to place over the wart so only the wart is exposed to the ACV that's a great idea.
Good luck to those who approach this method. It's fantastic and fast acting.
Virginia, United States
May 08, 2013
I have a wart on my middle finger, left hand. It bothers me so much, and it is quite embarrassing.
I came across the ACV treatment and decided to give it a try.
It turned black after about 3 days, and the skin around it looked so easy to peel off, so I did that, and stopped the treatment thinking my wart was finally gone. A couple days later, I noticed it came back.
I'm upset about this, so I'm giving the treatment another try, hoping it will be gone for good.
Any tips on what to do during the treatment to ensure disappearance?
Virginia, United States
May 04, 2013
Well after reading each persons experiences, I decided to give it a shot! What could it hurt?
Apple Cider Vinegar is a staple in my home, as well as cotton balls, so hey IT'S FREE! I had a wart in the palm of my hand, and over the counter removers were not doing anything except burn the snot out of my "good" skin around the wart.
I soaked a cotton ball with the vinegar and put it on the wart with a band aide. It did sting quite a bit, but not so bad that you can't stand it. The wart itself turned black by the next day. By the beginning of the third day of treatment the skin surrounding the wart was so burned and irritated that I decided to stop.
The wart I am pleased to say though is gone, I guess it really didn't like that vinegar!!!! The skin that was burned around the wart took about a week to heal completely.
SUPER glad I tried it! Something I've dealt with for over a year, was gone in 3 days!!!! Just try it people, you've got nothing to lose but the wart!
Indiana, United States
April 24, 2013
I had an unusual place for a wart...right between my breasts.
I acquired it about 6 months ago and was stunned as I have not had any type of wart ever. I could not even wear a shirt with a v neck or leave my blouses unbuttoned after the first button. I have tried clear finger nail polish, wart freeze system and just could not get any progress.
I went for an annual checkup just 3 days ago and showed it to the Doc who said he could remove with his scalpel...I was going to schedule an appointment as summer is coming and I could not handle it anymore.
I started looking on the web for the procedure he was going to use and came across the ACV approach.
Needless to say...3 days later it came off in the shower!
I used the method where I left it on 24 hours as it was not that painful...minor stinging at times but no biggie. It turned white...never turned black and just peeled painlessly away...There is a small hole but it will heal.
My only thing I would have done differently is to have used the vaseline around the area to protect my skin from the acid of the ACV..It is somewhat burned around the area but I can treat with Neosporin.
I am astounded and so happy I came across this cure. I will continue to treat the area for the suggested week or so and make sure this does not come back...But I have to say "I never thought it would work"!
Thanks for all who contributed their stories...I am a believer!
New York, United States
April 19, 2013
I've had a large wart on my hand in the crease next to my thumb for about 7 years.
I've tried time and time again to remove it using so many OTC products. Because of the location, my removal attempts have been excruciatingly painful as the medicine would inevitably make repeated and prolonged contact with surrounding skin every time I moved my thumb. And even through that pain, I could never get the entire wart to go away. It would shrink significantly, but still remained and would become larger again over time.
I've always been hesitant to try tactics like duct tape and ACV. To me, it seemed an embarrassing waste of time to have a piece of duct tape so visible on my hand or to smell strongly of vinegar. After all, the wart was embarrassing enough on its own; the last thing I wanted was to draw even more attention to it.
About 2 weeks ago, I decided to try ACV. At first, it swelled significantly, and yes, I smelled like vinegar. After several days, it began to sting as the surrounding skin was affected. When it got to the point that my skin was becoming damaged and very painful, I stopped treatment and decided to give up the attempt.
To my utter shock, about 2 or 3 days after I stopped treating with ACV, the wart shrank, turned dark brown, and resembled a scab. A couple of days later, it began to - painlessly - peel off. It completely came off today, leaving no indication of any remaining wart material. My skin still has some healing to do, but this treatment method proved to be fast and had given me more hope of a permanent solution than any other attempt over the last 7 years.
I feel such a sense of relief that I wanted to share my experience with others who may be hesitant to try a home remedy, as I was. My fingers are crossed that this embarrassment is gone for good!! Thank you ACV!!
Florida, United States
April 13, 2013
I've had a couple plantar warts on the bottom of my big toe for about four years. I had never had a wart before when the first one appeared, so I ignored it for a while. After about a year it was still there and I realized I had a wart.
I tried at-home freezing kits which did nothing, I tried putting clear nail polish over it, which did nothing, I tried duct tape occlusion therapy and THAT did nothing. I finally went to a doctor to have them frozen off, but all that did was cause a great deal of pain for about a week and turn the warts white. It was so painful that I just gave up and refused to go back to the doctor.
Fast forward to now (about two years later) and I noticed that my original warts began to spread on my big toe...I now had about three new ones AND two new clusters of mosaic warts! I was so over it and decided that I would give home remedies ONE LAST SHOT before going to the doctor to have them surgically removed, as I'm a believer in natural cures, and saving my wallet as much money as possible.
So I started the ACV treatment: After a nice hot shower, I took a pumice stone to the tough skin over the warts, just to scrape at it enough to create openings in the skin for the ACV to penetrate. Next, I soaked my toe in ACV for about 20 minutes. When that was done, I used the pumice stone again to scrape of any excess dead skin, soaked a piece of paper towel in ACV and secured it over my toe with duct tape. At this point, there was minimal pain, but walking was unpleasant because of the tenderness of the skin.
After only TWO DAYS, the three newest warts had turned black!!! VICTORY!! This was the most progress I'd ever seen with any remedy and the time it took to start working was beyond what I could have hoped for!
I continued my routine everyday, changing the duct tape and ACV-soaked paper towel about twice a day...and then around day 4, the pain came.
This was the WORST PAIN I have ever experienced in my life. Imagine you get a big cut and you pour rubbing alcohol on it...now multiply that times TEN THOUSAND and you've got the pain I was experiencing. It felt like tiny hot daggers were relentlessly poking at the nerves in my toe. Some nights I couldn't sleep because the pain would come in waves. My poor husband didn't know what to do to help me as I cried on the couch for hours with no relief. Despite the pain, I was determined to be rid of them forever, so I endured, although I'm aware not many people would and would probably take a break and wait until the next day to apply more ACV. It was a sick pleasure/pain relationship because I knew I was finally killing the little blood-sucking demons and I didn't want to give them a break!
After about 4 days, I had whittled away at the dead skin over the three newest warts enough that the shavings coming off on the pumice stone started to turn black: I had hit the dead wart tissue and it was coming off! I tried not to get over zealous and limited my "digging" at the black to just a little bit each time, but it only took about three treatments until all the black in the three new warts had come out on my pumice stone, leaving three little crater holes where the wart once was. Yay! Progress!!
The two clusters of mosaic warts and the biggest oldest original wart have proven to be more stubborn. I am almost two weeks into the treatment and the original wart JUST turned black yesterday.
Due to the intense level of pain (and the fact that I work on my feet 8 hours a day and have been limping everywhere), I am thinking that since three are gone and now all the rest have turned black, I might let up a bit and come down a few notches on the intensity of my treatment. I went a little nuts and I probably did more than was necessary, but such was the level of my determination to see them gone.
Just a side note: There were certain days when my other toes began to become raw and burned because of being in the ACV with my big toe, as well as a lot of the GOOD skin tissue on my big toe being eaten away by the acid and hurting dreadfully. Instead of applying vaseline to the surrounding areas, I massaged coconut oil into it...for those of you who like to go the natural route, this is a good alternative. This helped alleviate a little bit of the pain in the healthy skin that was under constant exposure to the ACV, and restored the skin back to health on my other toes and bottom of my heel.
Also, I wish that there was information somewhere about how long to continue ACV treatment after the warts have died. I don't want to unnecessarily expose my toe to ACV longer than necessary, but I also don't want to stop prematurely and run the risk of having the warts grow back or regain their strength. Any ideas?
California, United States
April 09, 2013
This message is for Cindy LeBlanc,
, who submitted on March 28, 2013.
Cindy LeBlanc, what exactly did your daughter do to her warts.
Just ACV nightly or during the day too? Did she let them dry out each day?
Did she let them dry out after a week or did they fall off as she was treating them with ACV? Did she file or cut the dead skin off between ACV treatments?
Thank you. Your answers would be very helpful!
March 31, 2013
I had a nasty thingy on the one side of my thumb for almost 2 years now. I used to wear band aids to school (just to cover it up). I now have a week of holiday break, so one week to get rid of it!! Im on day 3.
DAY 1: I followed the instructions, although I covered the cotton pad with ACV, with plastic wrap(to keep it wet). It did sting just a little, although not enough to make me irritated by it.
NEXT MORNING: The area where that thingy was, turned all white and looked like it has been under water for a VERY long time. The whole thingy became bigger in size.
DAY 2: I remade the whole ACV procedure, although I used band aid under a bandage instead of plastic wrap, this time. The pain got a bit worse (feels like somebody is stinging your thumb a bit) not that bad though.
NEXT MORNING: The whole thingy turned black and nasty, it wasn't as big as Day 2 though. (it turned black, means that the ACV is working!! happy)
DAY 3: (I'm writing this on day 3) I remade the whole procedure today again. The pain felt like somebody was stinging me with small fire needle) but pain is weakness living in your body, it just shows that results are on the way!!
Keep it up everyone!!
Massachusetts, United States
March 28, 2013
My daughter had a plantar wart on the sole of her foot for a few years. It was starting to grow larger and when examined by the doctor, we found out that it was several warts in a cluster.
Then I saw this link re: ACV.
Instead of using the liquid from the bottle, I bought ACV tablets at the vitamin store. We broke off a piece of the tablet and put it on the wart with a band-aid at night before bed. The first night it got very painful after a few hours. (This is good because you know that it is having an affect on the wart!)
She did this for a few nights in a row. All the warts turned black and peeled off in about a week's time and NEVER came back.
Since then, I have used this method on one that I got on my finger right near the nail bed. These are usually really hard to get rid of because they hide under the nail.
I used the same method and they are gone in a day or two.
Once in a while I will see another one starting to appear near my nail, so I immediately break a piece of an ACV tablet and apply it to the wart and it is gone in a couple of days. I like the ACV tablets because they are not as messy or smelly as the liquid. You can also take a tablet or two daily to help kill off the virus from within.
Texas, United States
March 28, 2013
I gave this a Shot after suffering with an ever growing plantar wart under my 4th toe. It had started to spread and I needed to end it.
I started on Friday and by Sunday it was already turning black. Wednesday night I sloughed off the surrounding skin and found that there was less pain after that.
Some inner black tissue was pulling away from the inside wart and I pulled at it. Then I cleaned out the rest of the remaining dead wart.
Applied vinegar that night but had to take it off as it was too much pain. Will keep it closed with duct tape and cotton until it heals. But it looks like it's gone for good.
I should've trusted in vinegar for this since it's an all purpose awesome. I'm so glad I found this site!
March 20, 2013
I have warts on my face.
I have tried many treatment like laser treatment, freezing etc.. but warts always came back after 1 or two years of treatment.
So this time after googling I found the treatment of warts with ACV. So I started the treatment and I can see the improvements. I am on 3rd day of my treatment.
I was surprised to see the improvements. As now I am on 3rd day, so bit confused about being fully cured of warts.
March 18, 2013
This message is for Savannah
, who submitted on March 09, 2013.
RE: wrinkled skin.
Try making the cotton wool smaller so that it just touches the wart. I used 2 bandaids to hold the cotton bud in place (kinda like a "Cross" shape).
I got rid of a difficult wart under my nail on my middle finger using ACV after all else had failed. HTH.
Texas, United States
March 17, 2013
I had a wart on my thumb for about two years.
After numerous visits to the dermatologist with freezings, creams, etc... still had that nasty wart on my thumb...The next step was surgery to cut it out. The wart was up against my thumb nail and starting to grow up underneath the nail. It was very painful and embarrassing!
Googling different treatments for warts I stumbled upon this site and decided to give apple cider vinegar a chance.
I followed the directions and covered the wart with ACV over night. The first two nights it changed to a pruney-white with black specks. On the third night it started to turn black.
After the wart had turned completely black (about day 5) the edges started to peel up and off. So I did what I wasn't supposed to do and I peeled the wart off (day7). Underneath was new and very tender skin! I followed the direction and continued the apple cider vinegar treatment on the new skin which was extremely painful (I know, not that smart). I would say my pain tolerance is fairly average, and it HURT! I ended up deciding not to continue the ACV until the new skin had healed.
When it did the wart did NOT come back!!! I can not tell you how excited I was. It has been about a year now and the nail has grown normally ever since!!
I usually don't go and comment on things or leave feedback, but I am so thrilled to share my success to maybe help others know that this does work!
March 13, 2013
I have had some pretty big warts for about two years now and have tried almost everything from freezing to rubbing garlic on the warts.
I am not sure why it took me so long to find this ACV "cure", but a few days after I started reading about it, I went to a local store and got a bottle of 10% ACV.
I had pretty high hopes for it and was surprised to see the warts (Started on 3 of them) turn white within 48 hours. I let them breath for a few hours and then they started turning black. There is no damage to the surrounding skin or any pain involved for me!
I am on day 3 now and I am really positive about this treatment. I will write a follow up report in a few days!
Arizona, United States
March 09, 2013
I have a few warts on the index fingers on both of my. I have had them for a few years but they have gotten bigger.
I was on Pinterest a few days ago and found a pin about using the ACV method to get rid of warts and moles.
So I figured, might as well try it if that person says it works.
I did as the directions told me (ie get the cotton ball wet with ACV and tape it to the wart) and slept with that on my fingers. I woke up this morning and my fingers were throbbing and the skin around the warts is all wrinkled and hurts pretty bad when I touch it.
Can anybody tell me if this is normal???
I am (probably) going to continue the treatment to see if it works, but I am a bit nervous about this wrinkled finger bit because it seems like nobody else has this happen. So please! CAN ANYBODY TELL ME IF THIS IS NORMAL??
Florida, United States
March 05, 2013
I got my first wart in my late 30s, a small one between my thumb joints on the palm side.
At first I ignored it. It wasn't very raised, wasn't uncomfortable, and I think I was probably the only one who noticed it. When it bothered me, I could trim it flush with nail clippers almost without pain and without bleeding. A couple of years later, I decided I was ready to be done with it and tried brush on salicylic acid, and when that had little effect, a freeze-off kit. Didn't work. I kept cutting it down from time to time.
When I read about apple cider vinegar, it sounded worth trying, but I only had distilled white vinegar on hand so I used that instead. It seemed to be working -- it took off some skin. I was using it only at night. When I poured some vinegar into the old salicylic acid bottle -- convenient for dispensing a small amount -- I stopped making progress at all! At the time, the skin was recovering a lot during the day when I was leaving it uncovered.
Next I came up with a better system to keep the process going 24-7.
First, I bought apple cider vinegar, and this time I put it in a clean perfume spritzer. For cotton, I use bits snipped from a tampon. It's thicker, and tends to stay wet longer than the light cotton from a cotton ball or Q-tip. Finally, I bought band-aid colored duct tape to conceal the operation.
In the morning, I cut a fresh strip of tape long enough to overlap itself when wrapped around my thumb, which helps it stay on through hand washings. Next I snip a bit of cotton to stick to the middle of it, and spritz the cotton with vinegar. The benefit of the spritzer is that I can open the makeshift bandage up after work and re-wet, and do it again at bedtime.
After two days, I had a white wart exposed, but it wasn't turning brown, so I pulled at the top with tweezers. After the next application of vinegar, the top turned brown, but it never got black as some report.
I think it's been about a week, and the wart has now come off. I'm continuing to use this system to try to make sure I've killed the wart's roots. This process has been quite painful at times, and I don't want to have to repeat it.
I don't know that I would have been able to put a child through this, but I understand it doesn't always hurt so much. Not even my kids have asked about the "band-aid" I've been wearing.
Wishing all readers of this page a future free from warts!
Illinois , United States
March 03, 2013
So I've had this wart on my left hand middle finger right under my nail for about three years now.
It's pretty gross and I always pick at it thinking maybe it'll go away.
Yeah... That approach isn't working.
So this is my second night using the apple cider vinegar and its throbbing lots and it hurts more than last night, but I'm desperate to get this thing off once and for all seeing as how prom is 60 days away.
I just want pretty fingers.
Michigan, United States
February 13, 2013
So I noticed a wart growing on my foot right at the the base of my 4th toe. I picked at it, but the darn thing continued to grow.
Eventually, it got bad enough and my doctor burned it out. The skin started to heal, but you could see that the wart was growing in the center of the healing skin. Grrrr. So I left it, occasionally dabbing OTC acid on it, but it would eat away at the skin on my toe more than anything else.
That is when I found out about Apple Cider Vinegar. I went and picked up a bottle of Braggs ACV and dabbed it on with Q-tip and have continued to do so for the last 4 days.
The first night I had very little pain, but the second night it started to throb a bit. I attribute some of this to standing at a concert for a few hours. The pain was not as horrible as I thought it was going to be, but you do feel it. I didn't really mind as I was exacting my revenge on the wart, but if you are a light sleeper it might keep you up for a night or two.
Since then, the wart has turned dark. I file down the wart and surrounding skin in the morning before my shower. After my shower, I dab it with the q-tip stretching the wart and working the vinegar into any break in the skin or wart surface. I then fold up a small piece of toilet paper, soak it and then place a bandaid and duct tape over it. It doesn't put as much pressure on the wart as a cotton ball does, so I think it is easier to walk on. I repeat this in the evening before bed.
Tonight I began to pick at the wart with push pin (probably not the best tool for the job) but much of the wart came out. That is where I am currently, but I will continue to apply the ACV two times a day.
Nothing has worked more quickly and effectively for me as the ACV appears to be working. If my progress continues at this rate of speed, I hope to be wart free in a week. ACV is producing results where doctors and OTC medicines have failed me.
I hope this encourages other people to try ACV for their warts as well.
On a side note, I have since bought new socks. I will use these for the duration of my treatment, my old socks were pretty grungy and "clean" is the new game plan. I intend to take care of my feet from now on!
Virginia, United States
February 12, 2013
I tried OTC treatments (freezing and SA) from various vendors, all with little to no avail.
All these treatments did was kill surrounding skin. Not to mention, trying to dig the wart out with nail clippers only caused a lot of bleeding and sensitivity.
After a few intermittent weeks (intermittent because I wanted the skin to somewhat heal since a fair amount of my skin was affected), I visited a local podiatrist. She handed me a chap stick of SA, and said that after a few weeks, if no noticed improvement occurs, then they could burn it out. My mother went through this and various other treatments, which proved fruitless. Not to mention I am a college student (Sr) and waiter, so being off my feet was not an option.
At first I was hesitant and never tried a natural remedy such as this...big mistake.
After two nights of burning (not anywhere near as bad as some people make it out to be) it no longer seemed to be making progress. I finally decided to suck it up and try digging it out one last time with nail clippers.
Wow, that was gross...it was black and the skin was yellow, and upon clipping the wart, some black stuff came out a bit (similar to a zit), then I began pulling upwards. I noticed the wart seemed to be moving, and as I pulled more and more, it started coming apart. I continued picking at it, and ultimately it all came out. It was gross and black and yellow/white, from the dead skin, but it all came out with no blood because the capillaries feeding the wart were dead from the acid.
Thank you all so much on here for helping me get rid of this!
February 02, 2013
I had a plantar wart on the ball of my foot for probably 4 years. It never really hurt or bothered me, so over time I forgot it was there and never treated it. That was my biggest regret.
When I got pregnant a couple years back it spread. When I say spread I mean a mosaic cluster of 6 or 7 warts in one area and then 5 separate warts all on different parts of my one foot! (I think it may have spread while I was pregnant due to my weakened immune system, but not too sure)
I didn't want to risk treating them during pregnancy so I waited until after I gave birth. I bought the salicylic acid, Compound W freeze kit, Dr. Scholls freeze kit combined with salicylic acid. NOTHING worked, it just made them flaky and uglier. At times it seemed to make them bigger!
Long story short I am so happy I found this site. I was at my wits end and willing to try almost anything. I was determined I would not have these hideous things on my feet for summer.
The first night I used the end of a q-tip and taped a bandaid over it with medical tape on top. It was some of the WORST pain I have ever experienced. I tried to be a champion and leave it on until I couldn't take it anymore. When I took it off it was still THROBBING. This lasted a couple of hours. I was somewhat excited about the pain because I felt it was really working.
I experienced this for the next 3 nights, and the warts turned black! I cut the black dead skin off and continued treatment. It still stung but not as bad.
3 weeks later no more black (at this point I am just soaking my foot each night in a bowl of the ACV, as I found the cotton ball dried out half way through the night)
I am so close to being wart-free and so excited that it is such an cheap and natural remedy! I would say the key is to be persistent and not give up!
February 01, 2013
I have a wart on the tip of my right-hand middle-finger (just beneath the finger-nail) which I have been trying to get rid of, I have wasted a lot of money for this but nothing seems to work.
So, out of desperation I searched for Home-remedy for Warts and found this website back in 2011 and tried this ACV remedy for about 6 or 7 months in 2011.
It was very painful going through this treatment but I was determined to get rid off of it so I went through all the stuff that you guys went through, like constant finger-throbbing, sleepless night etc.. etc. But sadly it didn't work out for me even after 6 or 7 months of ACV treatment.
So last year (2012), I went back to the Skin Specialist and did Laser-treatment twice, but even with this Laser-removal this little stubborn-wart wont leave my poor middle-finger.
Now, here we are in 2013 and I am back to ACV again. Please wish me luck that this Wart will leave me this time.
California, United States
January 28, 2012
Yes, keep it up. I had two 25 year-old plantar warts - one on each foot in the same place on the ball of my feet.
I had surgery, freezing, etc. but no dermatologist could help me.Then my boss told me about ACV. I thought WTH, why not?
I first started ACV on both feet at the same time but it was SO PAINFUL that I worked on one at a time. I'd say about a month of soaking and wearing ACV soaked cotton at night, one day, after a soaking I was able to lift the soggy brown thing right up off my foot. It was the whole root ball I think. It left a hole that closed up after a day or two. That wart has NOT COME BACK, thank God.
The one on my left foot has been more difficult - I think because I stop Tx too soon. I'm at it again now. It's not as painful since I killed a large part of it before but still painful.
Note: the first round of attacking these warts involved excruciating pain all night long. Intense throbbing and loads of PAIN. I can't believe I kept it up and if it hadn't been for the internet I would've given up. I thought that I was killing my feet but it was the wart that was rebelling and I finally won the war!!
I only wish that I'd have as much success on the other foot. Give it a month or two of soaking once a day and acv soaked cotton at night. It hurts when I have to cram my foot into my shoe but I take two aspirins. Ugh, warts are such a pain. Good luck to all!!
January 27, 2013
I have a wart on my index finger that looked like callous skin.
At first I didn't know it was a wart so I constantly picked at it. I even cut it a couple times and saw that it came back and really was a visible wart at that point.
I left it maybe for years until My friend noticed it said it was a wart. She tried to have her derma cauterize it but it went back. She eventually had it treated using natural method.
I tried searching online and tried the banana peel method last july 2012 for a few weeks. The wart grew smaller but did not disappear. It was not painful though. Late last year, I noticed it spread . I had 3 in the index finger. Since I am pregnant, my derma told me to just treat it later.
Since it is still months away and I don't want it to further spread, I tried the apple cider vinegar treatment.
After leaving the cotton with acv on the first night, it just turned yellow. Yes, it is painful at times. My finger is throbbing but I think that is because it is working. I think in about 3-4days it turned black. I would leave it day and night unless it was so painful I could not sleep or nap. The size was around .5cm in diameter per wart.
I just did what I was doing and sometimes just put on medical tape without the solution to cover the area. I did not file the wart until day 6 or 7 until the pain was tolerable. Slowly the browned skin fell off and white skin showed. It also has a hole. I just put a band aid on the flesh and it closed after half a day.
The bigger wart is still there but maybe in a few days it will also fall off or come off with the tape.
January 20, 2013
(Translated from French)
A big thank-you to your site!!
I searched for years for the means to get rid of an unsightly wart on my hand.
Since garlic and duct tape accomplished nothing, I had resigned myself to making it my life partner ... Freezing it was out of the question.
I liked your idea of treating it with apple cider vinegar, as I am rather fond of natural remedies, and I had nothing to lose except my wart ...!!
Well, after just one week, I‘m finally free of my wart!!
It began with pain because the vinegar had also attacked the skin surrounding the wart, so I opted for using nail polish to protect the skin all around. Very effective. And now, I'm still looking for my wart - force of habit - but there is nothing left of it!!
Thanks again for this natural method that gives results and works as expected. That’s the type of treatment I like!!
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