Warts — and how to treat them — often fall into the things-I-secretly-google-because-I’m-too-embarassed-to-ask-my-doctor category. But despite their (unwarranted) bad rep, warts are incredibly common.
“It would be hard to go a day without someone coming into my office to have warts treated,” Robert Brodell, a board-certified dermatologist and chair of the department of dermatology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, tells Allure.
Luckily, they’re also easy to treat. Continue to read here.