Treatment for common skin warts and plantar warts can be achieved with this medication. The wart gradually peels off with the aid of salicylic acid. Additionally, this medication is used to remove corns and calluses. Use this product only on warts without hair growing from them, as well as on moles, birthmarks, and genital warts. Salicylic acid is a keratolytic. Aspirin belongs to the same class of drugs as salicylates. Increasing the amount of moisture in the skin and dissolving the substance that binds the skin cells together makes it work. Shedding the skin cells is easier this way. The virus responsible for warts is the papilloma virus. Neither salicylic acid nor other chemicals can affect this virus.

Please find below instructions for using Wart Remover Gel Keratolytics (Callus, Corn and Removers).

The directions on the package should be followed. Contact MedSkin if you need to get wart removed in Nottingham. You can book a free no-obligation consultation with the nearest MedSkin clinic. It is the best way of getting wart removed in Derby.

This medication should not be taken internally. It’s important not to let this medication contact your eyes, nose, mouth, groin, or any other places where skin is broken. In the case that you get the medication in those areas, flush the area with cool water for 15 minutes. Clean your hands after using the medication.

The corn, callus, or wart should be soaked in warm water for approximately 5 minutes to soften it before treating it. Dry thoroughly. Depending on your doctor’s instructions, you may need to carefully remove the top dead layers of skin after soaking and before applying the medication with a pumice stone, emery board, or callus file. The dead skin is only being removed in order to make the medication more effective. Do not attempt to remove the wart or callus with your hands.

If you are using a liquid or gel, apply a few drops or a thin layer of the medication over the entire wart, callus, or corn, using the provided applicator if it is available. Ensure that you apply it only to the affected area of the skin and not the surrounding area. Let it dry for five minutes. The medication may need to be applied twice with each treatment, depending on the brand used. Always read the package and follow instructions carefully. A loose bandage can be used to cover the area. For corns and calluses, repeat the procedure one or two times every day for two to four weeks. For warts, repeat the procedure for two to four weeks.

If you are using a medicated pad or bandage, you may need to cut the pad so that it covers the treatment area completely without touching the surrounding skin. Put the bandage/patch over the injured area after removing the protective covering. Follow the package instructions regarding how long to leave it in place. As directed, remove the patch/bandage and apply a new one every 8 to 48 hours (depending on the brand). You may repeat this procedure for up to two weeks for corns and calluses and up to twelve weeks for warts.

The dosage depends on your medical condition, the type of product, and the response to treatment. Use this medication as directed, do not exceed the recommended dosage, and do not apply it more frequently than instructed. There will be no quicker resolution of your condition, but there may be more side effects.

To get the most benefits from this medication, you should take it regularly. Keep it on your schedule every day to make it easier for you to remember.