Facial Warts Removal
All warts are infection of the skin surface by the human papilloma viruses. The commonly encountered warts on face are:
They are round lumps with an uneven surface like that of a cauliflower, although sometimes they can have a smooth surface. They are very common on the hands and fingers, and frequently spread to other parts like the face by touching and scratching. Cases have been seen with warts on any parts of the face, including the nostrils.
They appear as fleshed-coloured or pigmented, very slightly raised, well-defined and flat-topped lumps. They are particularly common on the face and hands. When they are small they are not very noticeable, but with time they will spread and become much larger, and numerous of these seem to appear suddenly and can be cosmetically alarming.
actually not warts and should be called seborrhoeic keratosis.
They are caused by excessive growth of the top layer of
epidermis and are related to skin aging and sun exposure. They
are usually found in people over 30 years old, and tends to
become more common and more numerous with age. They can be
solitary or in clusters and appear light tan to black colour,
with sizes range from a few mm to a few cm. It is unsightly when
there are numerous of them appearing on the face. Removal is
sometimes recommended not just for cosmetic reason, especially
if they get irritated and bleed easily.