Warts are unpleasant, painless skin growths. Middle-aged people experience them more and they usually develop on the broken skin on the hands and feet due to the fact that the virus can enter the top layer of the skin through scratches or cuts.
Warts are actually benign skin growths and they are benign tumors of the connective tissue. People describe them as small nodules and their size can vary from a couple of millimeters to one centimeter.
They usually have the same color as your skin, however, sometimes they can be a bit pigmented. These growths are not malignant, however, with time they grow more and this can become an aesthetic problem.
They are more common in middle-aged people and they happen in areas where the skin contacts the other skin, which is on the neck, armpits, groin, breasts, stomach, eyelids. Still, they can appear in other parts of the body too. Actually, almost everyone has had at least one on their skin.
However, warts can cause problems sometimes. They can become sore or inflamed, which can cause bleeding and growing sometimes. Science cannot exactly tell why warts