A wart cure that actually works

A wart cure that actually works

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Richard Sadowski

Lake Ariel, PA

#1 Dec 23, 2006
I bought this Electronic Wart Remover (Wartabater) after years of battling with stubborn warts. In a couple of months they were all gone. Unbelievable!
I got it at www.wartabater.com

Lakeport, CA

#2 Aug 12, 2007
Only one before after pic?

I've heard better things about www.molezap.com
Lisa Kline

Lake Ariel, PA

#3 Sep 14, 2007
Yes! That wartabater actually works. Both me and my boyfriend had warts on our feet from the Gym and tried EVERYTHING! I found the wartabater and tried it, not expecting much. Viola, no more warts! Excellent product.
Lisa Kline

Lake Ariel, PA

#4 Sep 14, 2007
Oh, the website is www.wartabater.com . Check it out!

Melbourne, Australia

#5 Oct 8, 2007
Try this free risk free method. It actually works. Works on any kind of wart, safe for kids too

Lisa Ray

United States

#7 Mar 1, 2008
Bob wrote:
This is a all natural wart removal remedy that is easily applied to the wart daily. It goes on clear and dries clear, quickly absorbing into the wart, attacking and neutralizing it. This herbal wart removal remedy works gently yet effectively to help remove warts from the skin's surface. The Herbal ingredient works quickly and permanently to help remove all types of warts, a proven alternative to expensive surgery and harsh chemical products.
I purchase this and I have to admit I was unsure at first, but not now. IT WORKS! A++++

United States

#8 Nov 11, 2008
Total spam if I ever saw it. How pathetic...
MicheleNeedsToTr y

Casper, WY

#9 Jul 18, 2009
Michele - you haven't even tried the Wartabater. Don't say something is 'pathetic' when you don't even know what it is. Apparently, you do not understand the medical field: it is constantly changing. There is no particularly successful method of removing warts. Of course there are numerous methods people have removed warts: herbal, vinegar, duct tape (may or may not actually work), and more extreme methods of removing it and burning with a hot iron.

It is pathetic to see how doubting and negative people are of new medical breakthroughs. And by the way, electrocuting viruses (warts) is nothing new. Dermatologists have also practiced this technique for years. My dad (now in his 50's) had some shocked while he was in his 20's.

So, my point is Michele: you don't have to label something spam when you don't know what it is :)

Since: Jul 09


#10 Jul 21, 2009
For maximum results which is achieved within five to six months.It would be unfortunate if reviews such as this were used by managed care companies to limit wart treatment; it is to be hoped that such reviews will prompt future controlled studies of the treatments that most dermatologists find effective in daily practice.
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Terra Ceia, FL

#11 Nov 10, 2009
the wartabater works. it makes medical sense and it did the trick for me.
Ed S

Grand Junction, CO

#12 Jan 3, 2010
carson wrote:
the wartabater works. it makes medical sense and it did the trick for me.
I bought an electronic wart remover (looks alot like the wartabater) a few years ago on ebay. I paid the same price as the newer model. Did not work worth a s__t. I'll sell it cheap if anyone's interested.
Ed S

Grand Junction, CO

#13 Jan 3, 2010
I tried a device that resembles the 'wartabater' a few years ago, from ebay. Maybe it was the 'testing' phase. It did not work worth a sh_t. I still have it in case anyone's interested.

Fort Deposit, AL

#14 Apr 3, 2010
I came to this website to read reviews as my grandson has had some success with freezing off warts, but they return with a vengance. I am thinking of referring this page to the health provider for their opinion.
I did want to note however...it seems a little fishy to me that the headquarters for this product is in Florida...and so are listed addresses of the the positive comments. Could we possibly be hearing from "planted" employees that have been asked to post positive reviews? Just a thought and with no reflection on the product itself.

Chesapeake, VA

#15 Apr 3, 2010
I purchased this item. It works, however, it will leave scars. I followed the instructions to the letter and it still happened.

Also, I find it hard to believe that NONE of the other people who commented on the Wartabater mentioned scarring.

Bay Shore, NY

#16 May 4, 2010
Leave this site

London, UK

#17 Jun 6, 2010
im thinking about buying this wartabater i tried everything and nothing has worked for me so this is my last option its expensive so i dont want to waste my money if it dont work

Richmond, VA

#18 Jan 25, 2011
I bought one for my 11yo daughter whose wart on her toe was beginning to look like a 6th toe was developing. Some months of treatment with the salicylic acid and band-aids did nothing whatsoever to help. We applied the wartabater treatment once, for about 5 minutes. After 3 weeks, the wart was completly gone. A small scar seems possible but it's in a very unnoticeable location so not a worry - I'll post a follow up in a few months with news on this front.

I was somewhat skeptical (my wife was extremely), but it saved us a trip to the doc, copayment and prescription charges. Better still, it will probably work more than once (unlike a visit to the physician and meds) should anyone else in the family acquire a similar infection.

Virginia Beach, VA

#19 Feb 1, 2011
I am another success story for Wartabater. I was skeptical, too. But, I was out of options so I gave it a try. I am glad I did.

I had a huge plantar wart on my heel and a small wart next to my right forefinger fingernail (from picking at the plantar wart.

I tried unsuccessfully for three years to get rid of the plantar. I tried acid, freezing, cider, and the podiatrist even tried slicing it out.

My final option would have been a deep extraction by my dermatologist. I did not want to go through that.

Finally, I discovered the Wartabater.

It works!

They say it can go away with one treatment. That did not work for me. It took one month of daily treatments to make it go away and stay away. My wart was about 1 inch * 1/2 inch and very deep. So, daily, I did 5-three minute treatments on different areas of the wart.

I swear by wartabater.

Rockford, IL

#20 Apr 3, 2011
does it work on fingers--warts next to and under nails doctor said they are the hard to abate

Virginia Beach, VA

#21 Apr 4, 2011
Jim, I had a small wart next to the nail on my left index finger. It worked for me.

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