(verrucae, as they are called by doctors
) on any body part are an annoyance that can also be embarrassing, and even more so when they are on the face. Fortunately, there are many treatment options available. Many people have warts, and they are especially common in skin areas that have been exposed to trauma in the past. More than half of all warts will go away by themselves within 2 years, but it is also unfortunately common that many of these will then later recur. Human papilloma viruses are the causative virus, and these viruses are prevalent in many areas of the world. If you suffer from some other condition or take medications that decrease the effectiveness of your immune system, warts are more likely to recur as well.
You have already attempted multiple methods without success, and feel that the wart is growing. Many warts will require repeated treatment attempts, often with the same products, before they completely resolve. Continued therapy is therefore often effective. Because this wart is on your face, however, it might be a good idea to speak with a dermatologist
, so as to optimize your outcome quickly and without leaving a scar or other blemish.