How to Kill Plantar Warts 


You have tried it all:

         Over-the-counter treatments and kits (like Dr. Scholl's®)

         Visiting the doctor

         Online remedies

And you still have plantar warts.

The PROBLEM with over-the-counter treatments is that they do NOT work.

The PROBLEM with doctor treatments is that they are painful to recover from, expensive and you could still get these warts again.

The PROBLEM with online remedies is that there is no rhyme or reason to them. 

I have personally been affected by these warts when I got them from wrestling in college. It took over five years of research and experimentation, but I finally was able to find a solution to get rid of plantar warts permanantly. 

I now want to share this information with you. I offer you my step-by-step E-book guide to removing plantar warts that is:

Pain Free

100% Effective

Simple and Easy to Apply

Here is the thing: if you're like me, you have tried the over-the-counter treatments. I know I have personally spent hundreds of dollars on all sorts of kits by brands like Dr.Scholls®. You have also visted the doctor and after no success there and recommendations of surgery you are not sure where to turn to. 

So why should you spend more money and buy this E-book? 

1. I have done all the leg work for you. I have experimented with every available treatment out there on myself over the past five years (such as freezing the wart and covering it in everything from lemon juice to garlic).

2. It is cheaper than the rip-off kits that DON'T WORK that they sell over-the-counter.

3. I provide a simple step-by-step guide on how to apply, manage and maintain the warts (with pictures). In addition, I will educate you on all you need to know about plantar warts.

And finally:

4. Unlike other treatments, once you know how this works you will be PLANTER WART FREE for the rest of your life! 

You will have something money rarely buys: Peace of Mind.

Let's face it, these plantar warts are everywhere. Even if you spent the money and time healing after surgery, you could still get the warts again. And if you DID have surgery, you are probably incredibly paranoid and scared of being barefoot in public places.

But armed with the knowledge this E-book provides you will not be afraid anymore. You know that even if you DO notice a plantar wart developing or fully grown, you can easily stop it from spreading and kill it without any inconvinience to your foot. 

NEVER be afraid of going out barefoot at places like:

The Pool - Public Restrooms - The Beach - Water Parks - The Gym - The Studio

PROTECT YOUR FAMILY. Children are also vulnurable to plantar warts. Especially if they do barefoot sports like:

 Swimming - Martial Arts - Gymnastics - Diving - Dance - Karate - Yoga

I understand that you may be skeptical.

That is why I encourage you to try the other options available for you before you buy my E-book. Please:

1. Visit the doctor

2. Try the various over-the-counter kits out there. Here are some links of the most popular ones: 

Dr. Scholl's® Dual Action Freeze Away® Wart Remover

Dr. Scholl's® Clear Away® Plantar Wart Remover

Dr. Scholl's® Clear Away® Wart Remover Ultra-Thin Discs

Dr. Scholl's® Freeze Away Dual Action Wart Remover 7 Treatments

Compound W Freeze Off Wart Remover for Plantar Warts

Pedifix Wart Stick Maximum Strength Remover

Naturasil Plantar Warts Removal

3. Search google for home remedies. Some popular websites are:

But please, do me ONE favor before you try any of these. Bookmark this page NOW! Because I KNOW you will be looking for it again.


That is how confident I am that my E-book is the best choice out of all of these. 

This E-book guide comes with a 6 month money back GAURANTEE.

If all of your plantar warts are not gone in 6 months, I will refund 100% of your money back. 

No questions asked. 

BUY NOW for $11.99


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Finally, so you can see what this E-book is all about before you buy it, here is the table of contents and the first few chapters. The E-book guide is only 34 pages long and has detailed pictures, instructions and explanations. Everything you need to know is in here! 


Chapter 1 – Introduction

Chapter 2 – How Plantar Warts Spread

Chapter 3 – Professional Treatments for Plantar Warts

     Part 1 – Salicylic Acid

     Part 2 – Cryotherapy

     Part 3 – Surgery

Chapter 4 – Word-of-Mouth Remedies

Chapter 5 – The Solution

Chapter 6 – Preparation

Chapter 7 – Step-by-Step Instructions

Chapter 8 – Maintenance of Your Foot

Chapter 9 – How Long Does It Take?

Chapter 10 – Conclusion


The information in this E-book is not presented by a medical practitioner and is for educational and informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, and/or treatment. If you have any questions regarding a medical condition always seek the advice of a qualified health provider or your doctor. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read. You agree to use the methods in this E-book/guide at their own risk. You or any third parties will not hold the author liable for any accidental, indirect, consequential or punitive physical bodily damages or medical expenses due to the use of the author’s work here and/or through any contact with the author such as via E-mail. This E-book/guide is intended solely for readers 18 years of age or older. If you believe you have a medical emergency call 911, your doctor or go to an emergency department immediately. Reliance on any information provided in this E-book/guide is done solely at your own risk. None of the statements in this E-book/guide have been evaluated by FDA and this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Chapter 1 – Introduction

I created this method for removing plantar warts after five years of research and experimentation. I investigated every available professional, over-the-counter and home remedy out there. After many years of trial and error I was shocked and amazed when something I was doing was working. Four months later my foot was completely clear and clean. The method I found was not only simple, safe, cheap, and effective but prevented the plantar warts from spreading to other parts of my foot.

The breakthrough came when I covered my warts in XXXXXXX. Plantar warts need oxygen to live so keeping them sealed up suffocated and killed them. It took some time, but it worked like a miracle. In this guide, I am going to tell you everything you need to know about choosing the right XXXXXXX, applying the XXXXXXX, maintaining your foot and monitoring progress. I will also teach you everything you need to know about plantar warts along the way so you can live plantar wart free for the rest of your life!

The best part about this E-book guide is that if you ever accidentally get a plantar wart again you will know how to get rid of it before it spreads or gets bigger. Everyone has that summer where they forget their sandals at the pool. With the information you find here, you no longer have to have a panic attack that you might get these hideous warts. You will have peace of mind because you will be well armed.

I hope you are excited about this E-book. I was excited to write it because of the simplicity and effectiveness of something that I struggled with for so long. I just know that all of my athletes out there will appreciate a straight forward and non-intrusive way to having clean feet again.

I recommend reading this guide from start to finish so you know the whole story (it’s not long) but if you are eager to get started skip down to chapter 5.

Let’s get started.

Chapter 2 – How Plantar Warts Spread

When I was in college I was part of a martial arts club that practiced in the wrestling room. A wrestling room is covered in smooth soft mats. We practiced after the college wrestlers got done and didn’t have the man power to clean off all the mats before we ourselves used them. Not to mention we were required to practice barefoot. It didn’t seem like a big deal at the time.

Then one day I remember practicing a martial arts kick that required me to spin on the foot I was standing on. After doing that over and over, I got a blister on my big toe that popped after spinning some more. I ignored it and kept on going with my kicks.

One week later, the blister was still there. I thought “hmm I guess it hasn’t healed yet.” Then two weeks later it was still there. I figured all my martial arts practice must be re-ripping the skin and preventing it from healing. Eventually the semester ended and I forgot about martial arts and my blister.

It wasn’t until after a few months that I looked back at my foot and realized something was wrong. Whatever was on my toe didn’t look like a blister anymore. It looked like dried up dead white skin. I figured I would snip the skin off with some clippers and let it heal over. That did nothing, and a week later it was back to the same size. I finally went online to figure out what I had and learned it was a plantar wart.

What came next was a five year journey of research, experimentation, frustration and finally rejoicing as I looked for a way to get clean feet again.

Let’s use my story to understand how plantar warts spread. Chances are that you contracted your first one in a similar way.

A plantar wart on someone’s foot spreads by shedding virus infected skin cells of itself. This skin is your skin, but it is carrying the virus. When someone else steps on one of those viral skin cells (in theory it could be just one cell), the virus can transfer to their healthy skin cells by direct contact. Then the virus multiplies by infecting more skin cells nearby and eventually grows into a large plantar wart.

As you have probably heard before, your skin is the first line of defense against viruses and bacteria from the outside world. And actually it does a pretty good job. If the skin on your foot is intact with no cuts or abrasions then the plantar wart virus infected cell is going to have a very hard time getting through it. By the time it has a chance to latch on to something, you would have already taken a shower and washed it away.

But, if you have any cuts, open wounds or parts of your skin rubbed off from a scrape or something like that, you are exposed. Take my blister from martial arts for example. A popped blister exposes the inner layers of the skin. What happened to me is a viral cell must have gotten inside the blister. Once inside, it was even more shielded from being flushed away by the skin of the blister. From there it thrived and grew.

Like anything else that invades your body and lives off of it, it needs food. And the way to get food in the body is from the bloodstream. Once on the inner parts of your foot, the virus has better access to the bloodstream. Even a popped blister can sometimes bleed, fueling the virus.

Another key factor in transfer is moisture. The inner layers of your foot are moist from all the fluids and blood. This makes it easier for the virus to transfer from cell to cell and multiply.

These are the reasons why even though the wrestling mats were probably covered with plantar wart cells, I only got one. There was only one open door into my foot – and that was through my blister. All the other times after practice it just got washed away in the shower.

If you have only one plantar wart right now you might be wondering: “If the plantar wart spreads by shedding viral cells, then that must mean my foot is swimming in the stuff in my shoes and socks everyday – why isn’t my foot covered in plantar warts?”

The answer to this is that other parts of your foot are probably unscathed and not letting the virus in. However, many people DO get plantar warts to spread all over their foot and eventually to their other foot because of the abrasions they have there. People get blisters, cuts or other scrapes that remove the outmost layer of protective skin. Sometimes people have other foot problems that take skin off and open up the door for potentially being infected with plantar warts.

So why are plantar warts so hard to get rid of?

The answer goes skin deep. From the outside, they look round and flat. But if you were to look at a cross section of your foot, you would see that the wart actually lives UNDER your skin. It’s like a tiny “tumor” underneath. There really is no way any of the over-the-counter treatments can penetrate that deep down without you feeling excruciating pain. See the upcoming surgery chapter for a photo of a real, cut out plantar wart to understand what I mean. Warning: it’s kind of gross so skip it if you are squeamish. But that is what’s inside your foot!

Another reason is that getting rid of a plantar wart isn’t like popping a pimple. The wart is infused with the skin it lives in. It’s not ON the skin, but it IS the skin now. So there is no way you can get rid of plantar warts in one day – unless you get surgery to cut that skin out. More on this later though.

There is good news about plantar warts though. Even though they are viral, they cannot hide in your skin cells the way other viruses like herpes can. Once you suppress and kill them, they are gone forever unless you contaminate yourself again.

And even if you do, that’s not a problem anymore. With everything you learn in this guide you will always be able to kill them again or stop them before they spread.

Next, let’s discuss what you can buy at the store these days to treat your plantar warts. Chances are that just like me, that was the first place you went to look for help. And chances are that also just like me, you tried not one – but two or three of the different kits all of which did NOTHING.

In my case, they made my plantar warts WORSE. Much worse.

Chapter 3 – Professional Treatments for Plantar Warts – Part 1 – Salicylic Acid

Salicylic acid is the active ingredient in just about every over the counter liquid, stick or patch treatment. While there are many brands out there (such as Dr. Scholl’s ®) they all use the same legal amount of over-the-counter salicylic acid. I’ve tried every one of them hoping they would do something different, but each time they did the same thing: SPREAD my plantar warts.

Salicylic acid in liquids, sticks or patches is supposed to work by gently burning the wart off. Just as the name suggests, it is an acid – but a very weak one. It can’t penetrate deep like a powerful acid could. And if it DID, you would not only burn your wart off, but probably burn a hole straight through your foot. Needless to say, that would be incredibly painful and dangerous.

While salicylic is not strong enough to burn deep into the wart, it IS strong enough to burn off a few layers of your skin. And this is exactly why it helps plantar warts spread.

I started with one big wart and the first thing I put on it was liquid salicylic acid. It looked like it all soaked in and dried up, so I put my socks and shoes on and went on my way. The thing is that it does not get soaked in or dry up. It stays on your skin and as you walk around the acid spreads to other parts of your foot. In my case, the acid spread to my next toe and caused it to become white and porous like a blister. A month later, I had a cluster patch of warts in that exact spot.

You see, you can’t control the salicylic acid. If in liquid or cream form, it’s going to inevitably spread as you walk around. In patch form, the patch can come off and touch another part of your foot. Or as you are applying any of these you could accidentally drip or touch healthy parts of your skin. Once that happens, you have unintentionally created a perfect place for the viral skin cells of your already existing plantar wart to creep into and grow. While before you had a healthy layer of skin for defense, now you are defenseless.

The worst thing about salicylic acid is that once it gets onto healthy skin, it stays on it for a long time. You can’t wash it off and the damage it leaves is the most optimal place for something viral to hide.

I kept trying with the salicylic acid though. I kept using it in various forms (not knowing any better at the time) and the same thing kept happening: the acid spread and then the warts spread. Once I stopped using it, my plantar warts stopped spreading.

I willing to bet that you only had ONE plantar wart before you used salicylic acid yourself too. And if you haven’t, my advice is stay as far away from it as you can.

Chapter 3 – Professional Treatments For Plantar Warts – Part 2 – Cryotherapy

The other popular treatment for plantar warts is cryotherapy. Cryotherapy is where you freeze the wart to death by applying something very cold to it. The most popular over-the-counter kits for these are the Dr. Scholl’s® Freeze Away® kits. They contain a little aerosol bottle with an applicator attached to it. As you press the applicator to your wart, very cold liquid-gas comes out. It is similar to liquid nitrogen but not as strong. It is still very cold though, colder than ice.

I ran through about four of these $20+ kits before giving up on them. At first I sprayed each wart a tiny bit at a time, several times a day. Later, I would unload an entire bottle on just one wart. No matter how much I sprayed the result was always the same: my toe hurt for a few days from the cold and a few weeks later my warts looked no different.

The thing is your wart is huge underneath and it is connected to your bloodstream. If you freeze and damage the wart, it’s just going to use your body to heal itself back to full health. It may take a few weeks to do that, but it WILL be back. It would be a different story if the wart lived exclusively on the outside of the skin. Then, freezing it could potentially work. But it doesn’t.

An entire bottle of this Freeze Away® stuff could not even kill ONE tiny pinhead shaped wart on my toe. It was pathetic. I can’t believe they sell this over-the-counter. And as if to add insult to injury, some of the freezing kits come with a bonus bottle of salicylic acid!

The other option in cryotherapy is going to a doctor and having them apply it. At the doctors, they use liquid nitrogen which is much colder than what you can get at the store. Some of my friends have claimed success on smaller warts, but as for big ones, you can’t burn huge holes all over your feet. This process is also very painful after you get it done. You will have trouble walking and will need multiple visits over the course of months and years.

The quality of your treatment also depends on the quality of the doctor as well. The results here are mixed. But what is clear is that it is not a fun, cheap or quick procedure.

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