I'm writing about all of them so that you, your doctor, and your patients can make an informed decision. I am also writing because I think the warts products I am reviewing are a great help to the patient.
1. Imbalanced. This means the product is not properly balanced on the skin. Sometimes, the product may be too hot and not too cold. It should be about a 50-50 blend of heat and cold. If it is too hot, the skin may break out in small spots, which makes your face and other areas feel dry, painful, or even burn. Too cold, however, will make it hard to sleep. 2. Overuse. This means you are putting too many products in the system. You may put too much product on a skin, such as a face or arm, for a long time. If you don't remove the excess, it may lead to skin problems down the line. If you have too many products on your face, use the product only on your face, or apply the product once a day. 3. Too many products. Warts can form on your body in a few minutes. This is called a wart-free period. The time it takes for them to form varies, and sometimes it can take a few days.