Clinical studies: the warts disappear!
Several research reports claim that the active substance in EndWarts is an effective, painless and safe method of removing warts.
Article in the International Journal of Dermatology
A study presented in an article published in the International Journal of Dermatology 2001, confirms the effectiveness of warts drying out through using EndWarts’s active substance.
92% of the warts were gone after 12 treatments! An average of 4.6 treatments was required.2
No scarring. The team of doctors who carried out the study also found that moistening with a cotton bud did not leave any scarring on the skin of the warts.
Safe method. No patients had any side-effects.
Use on children. The study also showed that the method is suitable for treating children.
A safe, effective and painless method. The doctors who conducted the study found that the use of EndWarts’s active substance is a safe, effective and painless wart removal method.
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Bhat, Ramesh M., Vidya, Kamath, Ganesh (2001) Topical Formic Acid puncture technique for the treatment of common warts. International Journal of Dermatology 40 (6), 415-419. doi: 10.1046/ j.1365-4362.2001.01242.x
S Shamsadini, M.H. Baghery (2005) Treatment of Warts with Topical Formic Acid. IJMS Vol 30 No 4, December 2005.
G.Faghihi, A. Wali, M. Radan, G. Eslamieh, S. Tajammoli, A. Yoosefi, Comparative evaluation of the therapeutic response of viral warts to Form
ic Acid puncture and placebo, European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology Congress 21 November 2004 Florence.
(2004) Free communications. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology 18 (s2), 136-192. doi: 10.1111/ j.1468-3083.2004.01151.x
Torrelo, Antonio (2002) What’s New in the Treatment of Viral Warts in Children. Pediatric Dermatology 19 (3), 191-199. doi: 10.1046/ x
(2) M. Bhat et al. International Journal Dermatology 2001:40(6)