Forwarts works on the principle of cryotherapy, which means that the wart is frozen during treatment. The treatment of warts by freezing (cryotherapy) has been used by general practitioners and dermatologists for decades and has proven its effectiveness. It is a quick, easy and effective way to remove warts.
What happens when you freeze a wart?
Due to the freezing of the wart, tissue damage occurs to the infected cells (wart). This means that the infected cells stop growing and the development of the wart is stopped. The wart then dies and is removed by the immune system. The body will then replace the treated area with healthy skin.
Does my wart fall off the skin immediately?
No, it takes a while before the wart falls off the skin. That’s the way it is.
Your immune system has to clean up the wart and replace it with healthy skin. After the treatment, a blister may develop under the wart. It is important not to damage the blister. The blister must be allowed to dry, after which the blister falls off together with the wart. Normally it takes 10-14 days before the healthy skin develops.