A finger wart is a viral infection caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) that affects the skin, particularly the fingers but which is not very common. The appearance of finger warts may vary on the basis of the HPV causing it. While there is no treatment for the HPV, people naturally fight it off from their body within two to three years of infection. A finger wart is though benign, but can be uncomfortable and embarrassing to have one. Being recurrent by nature, finger warts can be ideally treated through cryosurgery and burning acids or through natural treatment products or creams and immune system boosters.