Wart Off Paint 6ml
Wart Off Paint, for the treatment of common (Verruca vulgaris) and plantar warts. Wart Off Paint comes with a special pinpoint applicator.
Common warts (Verruca vulgaris) are hard, raised lumps with rough surfaces. Any body part can be affected, but the knees and hands are the most common sites. Plantar warts are small, hard bumps, and can have tiny black dots on them. The soles of the feet are most commonly affected.
A paint on treatment for warts in a convenient 6ml bottle.
- Mask the area around the wart by:
a) Smearing petroleum jelly around it, NOT on it.
b) Paint around it with nail varnish.
c) Use a felt corn ring.
d) Cut plaster around the wart.
- Apply a very small amount of Wart-Off Paint on the top of the wart only, using the applicator. Avoid contact with the surrounding skin.
- Allow Wart-Off Paint to dry, then cover the wart with a plaster (waterproof if possible) so it does not breathe. Do not leave the wart uncovered.
- Wash hands thoroughly after applying Wart-Off Paint. If a waterproof plaster is used to cover the wart, washing hands will not affect the treatment. If you use a non-waterproof bandaid, do not put wart area in water as this can cause the salicylic acid to run into skin and cause burning.
- Repeat once or twice daily until the warts has completely cleared. Change the plaster every couple of days or as desired. Should the condition persist consult a physician.
INGREDIENT: Contains Salicylic acid 200 mg/ml (20% w/w), Lactic acid 137.5 mg/g (12.5%w/w), Podophyllum resin 100 mg/g (10% w/w)
- Dosage form: Paint
- Quantity: 6 ml
- Do not use on sensitive areas with thin skin, such as your face, armpits, or genital regions.
- Do not use on children under 4 years of age.
- If you suspect you have genital warts, you should see your doctor about treatment.
- Store below: 30C
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional. Do not use if you have diabetes, are pregnant or have poor circulation.