Telling Warts Apart By Where They Are and How They Look
Like their name suggests, these are the most familiar types of warts. They can appear on your hands and face, but affect your fingers most often. They look like rough, raised bumps and can be dotted in black.
Also known as plantar warts, these are found on the soles of your feet, your heels, or toes. Because of their location, they can often be painful and affect your ability to walk comfortably.
Flat warts, or verruca plana, can appear anywhere but are especially common in areas that receive a lot of sun exposure. They are much smaller than other warts and have a round, flattened appearance.
Most commonly found on the eyelids, armpits, or neck area, these warts grow very quickly and look like long, thin pegs.