The goal of wart
treatment is to destroy or remove the wart without creating scar tissue, which can be more painful than the wart itself. Salicylic acid
, a nonprescription medicine that softens the skin layers that form a wart so that they can be rubbed off. It is available as a paint, cream, plaster, tape, or patch that you put on the wart. Precautions: Do not apply topical salicylic acid to skin that is broken, red, swollen, irritated, or infected.Only apply topical salicylic acid to the areas of skin that are affected by your skin condition. Do not apply topical salicylic acid to large areas of your body.Do not cover the skin where you applied topical salicylic acid with a bandage or dressing.Reduce the frequency if there is pain/redness
in the affected area.Avoid applying to the surrounding skin since its a corrosive.This might not scar.However to reduce the burning/redness you can apply a soothing agent like calamine
lotion.Take your doctor's advise if this doesnot help.Hope this answers your question.Take care.