Warts are typically found on the hands and feet of individuals, are rough in texture and have a “cauliflower” type of appearance. Warts are the same colour as a person’s skin.
It is advisable not to touch other people’s warts as these can and will spread, as a wart is a virus.
Warts have a rough texture and are caused by viruses, particularly one of several kinds of HPV (human papillomavirus).
The virus causes keratin, which is a hard protein on the top layer of the skin, to grow too fast. Warts are not the same as moles. Moles are dark and may become quite large, while warts are nearly always small and have the same color as the person’s skin.
Types of Warts
Disclaimer: Dermology’s goal is to produce the best results possible for all of our clients however, everyone’s skin and body is different. Responsiveness to results and final outcomes of treatments may vary amongst clients.