Keep contagious warts at bay
WARTS and “verrucas” can be caused by viruses that enter our body. Warts can be contagious so we need to keep them at bay.
The human papilloma virus (HPV) in warts can spread through direct and indirect contact, for example a handshake or bath towel sharing.
The virus can also spread to different parts of the body. This viral infection becomes worse when your immunity is weak.
Warts and verrucas are commonly found on hands and feet, knees, elbows with rough “cauliflower-like” surface.
Warts are commonly found on children after four and teenagers up to age 18 because they are prone to infection due to their outdoor activities and weaker immunity. They can be infected through skin contact with friends, on the football field, playground, school, public toilet and other places.
Skin cells on warts releases thousands of viruses and infect others through touch. Kids can spread the virus all over their body or to their siblings or friends when they scratch their warts and play.
Wartner is designed based on the cyrotherapy method used by doctors, where they freeze the wart in one treatment. At-57°C, it causes a less-painful sensation during the treatment compared to liquid nitrogen and cures the wart effectively with just a 20-second application. The wart drops off after 10 to 14 days.
For details, call Vemedia Shine (M) Sdn Bhd at 03-79568384
Wartner is designed based on the cryotherapy method used by doctors to freeze the wart to the core in one treatment.