Pros: Cheap, easy, painless
Cons: Liquid doesn't last the whole treatment, dries up
After noticing a couple warts on the bottom of my feet, I opted for the easiest, most affordable solution I could think of.
The Compound W Liquid wart remover has simple instructions, recommending you to apply a few times per day, for a few weeks.
After my first application, I noticed the liquid dried up fast and formed a white spot on top of my wart. If I didn't peel the medicine off, it would just stay there, even after showers. I continued re-applying until it formed a thicker paste, then when it would come off, a little layer of my skin came off too.
The goal of this liquid is to burn off layer by layer of your skin until it reaches and kills the root of your wart.
However, the application requires consistency and patience on your part.
Since my warts were on my feet, I had to be careful not to remove the white paste or scratch it off before it was time. Ideally, it would just fall by itself.
The medicine is painless if your wart has not been played with/scratched or anything. If you have an opening, it will sting.
After applying the medicine twice a day, for less than a week, the liquid became thicker and thicker, until it was impossible to get anything onto the brush.
I always made sure to screw on the lid properly and tightly, but I suppose during my application, that it dried up very fast.
I was pretty disapointed at how fast my Compound W Liquid became useless. The bottle wasn't even half empty and my treatment wasn't even finished!
Because the liquid was too hard, I had to continue applying the product with a toothpick or pointy nail file, since nothing stuck on the brush.
Luckily my warts were small and easy to reat, after 2 weeks they were gone.
When your skin has been exposed enough, you can see the root of the wart turning black, and what I did was simply dig in it with a nail file and remove it.
I never had a problem after that.
So the medicine dried up too fast and I had to continue my treatment with other, non profesional methods. Not the best way, but the end expected result is the same!