The freezing of flat warts -- or any kind of wart -- has become a very common treatment. And just to ease your mind, it doesn't involve standing in a walk-in freezer or applying ice cubes to your skin.
Freezing warts is accomplished through a practice known as cryotherapy. This medical remedy uses cold temperatures to essentially "burn" off a skin growth. This is a treatment that should only be performed by a physician or qualified skin care specialist, so if you're considering it, it's a good idea to schedule a consultation with a dermatologist first.
Our final recommended treatment for flat warts is on the next page.