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Small excrescence due to the proliferation of a virus, of the family of papillomavirus, in the cells of the epidermis.
The transmission of the virus can be caused by small injuries of the hands or feet, or the frequentation of swimming pools.
Consult a dermatologist who will advise a treatment. Most often, it is a question of applying a preparation based on salicylic acid. Apply once a day to the lesion, protecting the healthy skin all around. Repeat the procedure until the wart disappears, about four to eight weeks. At the same time, you should file the stratum corneum regularly to optimize the effectiveness of the product used.

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