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Ready for hassle-free relief from warts? Experience our gentle warts treatment in Delhi at House of Aesthetics, where simplicity meets effective care. Choose us for an easygoing path to a confident and comfortable transformation. Because at House of Aesthetics, your comfort and health are our top priorities.

Warts are skin infections caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), resulting in rough, skin-colored bumps. These can appear on various parts of the body, including hands, feet, face, genitals, and knees, and can be contagious. Certified dermatologist Dr. Neha Khuraana at House of Aesthetics in South Delhi specialize in treating moles using safe procedures while ensuring your safety.

Appearances of Warts

Warts exhibit various appearances, including dome-shaped, flat, and rough textures. They can range in colour from skin-toned to brown, grey, or black.
  • Dome-shaped
  • Flat
  • Rough texture
  • Variations in color from skin-toned to brown, grey, or black


Warts are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) entering cuts in the skin. The virus spreads through direct contact with a wart, touching contaminated surfaces, sexual intercourse (genital warts), nail-biting, cuticle picking, and shaving.

Contaminated Surfaces

Sexual Intercourse

Nail Biting

Cuticle Picking



  • At-home Removal: Over-the-counter wart removal products containing salicylic acid can be effective but require consistent use for several months.
  • Freezing (Cryotherapy): Liquid nitrogen is applied to freeze the wart, leading to its removal. Multiple sessions may be needed.
  • Immunotherapy: In cases resistant to traditional treatments, immunotherapy, involving a topical chemical like diphencyprone (DCP), stimulates the immune system to eliminate the wart.
  • Laser Treatment: Laser light is used to heat and destroy blood vessels inside the wart, cutting off its blood supply and causing it to die.
  • Topical Medicine: Cantharidin, a liquid mixture, is applied, forming a blister under the wart. The dead wart is then removed after about a week.

Frequently Asked Questions

Complete removal is possible with various treatments, but results may vary based on factors such as the type of wart and individual response.

Laser treatments are generally well-tolerated, with minimal discomfort reported by most patients.

Consulting a dermatologist, like Dr. Neha Khurana at the House of Aesthetics clinic in South Delhi, ensures proper diagnosis and tailored treatment plans for effective wart removal.




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