Warts on hands and face on their own are fairly harmless.
The only concern with warts on hands is if they cause discomfort in any way, such as pain or bleeding when bumped, or are aesthetically unpleasing.
Before trying the over the counter chemical methods, here are a few home remedies that one should try.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Many have also reported that Apple cider vinegar can help with a wart on hand removal.
One method of application is to, before bed, soak a small cotton ball with the apple cider vinegar, and then fasten it to the wart using medical tape.
There are reports of this method working overnight, though more realistic accounts suggest a month may be more believable.
Many reports say that it works just as well, though there are not nearly as many proponents of this method as of the apple cider vinegar.
It could just be that people are more likely have apple cider vinegar around the house for cooking purposes, however.
Yes, some say that if you cut a potato in half, and rub the inside on the wart daily, it will eventually disappear.
And, as a bonus, you can plant the other half outside and have a potato plant later on!