Device in Question: A strong acid put on the skin to stimulate a reaction.
Answer: From time to time, our body may not react to a foreign lesion on the skin…namely warts. With careful use of a strong compounded acid, placed carefully at the site of a wart, this acid stimulates an immune response in your body that can help push a wart out from the inside. As painful as this may sound, treatments do not typically cause any pain when applied. When compared to freezing treatments for warts, use of this compounded medicine is more effective in decreasing the risk of recurrence and does not cause the same damaging effects (scarring, etc.) that freezing treatments can.