Scholl wart & verruca freeze spray is an application treatment for verrucas and warts. These conditions are prevalent, especially in children, and fortunately, are not harmful. They can usually resolve independently without treatment, but certain products can speed up this process. The ingredients in the spray work by gently freezing the affected skin tissue, helping to eliminate the virus and excessive skin and can work within one application.
Scholl wart & verruca freeze spray is suitable for adults and children over four years. It is to be used only on the sole of the hands and feet to treat verrucas and warts. Children under 12 should be treated under adult supervision. It should not be used by anyone under the age of 4, even through supervision.
The difference when choosing between a gel treatment and a freeze treatment is that a freeze treatment is more suitable if the area is protruding and more easily targeted.
The gel treatment is ideal if the site is less protruding and follows the normal skin shape. If you are unsure if you have any of these, have a picture ready and speak to your doctor or pharmacist.
Avoid contact with your skin and or face. Keeping the applicator bud pointing straight down, lightly place the tip on the centre of the verruca or wart for 30-40 seconds. Wait 15 seconds, holding the bud pointing downwards, before applying. Discard the foam applicator after a single use.
Do not treat the same verruca or wart more than four times. If it is not cleared within four attempts you may need to go to your doctor for stronger treatment. Also discontinue if irritation occurs.
Scholl wart & verruca freeze spray creates an extremely cold temperature which destroys the infected tissue. It destroys the targeted area by forming ice formations leading to dehydration. It also kills the area by stopping the blood supply to the site. After application, it usually falls off after 10-14 days.
It should not be used on any areas except the hands or the feet, strictly by diabetics or individuals with impaired peripheral blood circulation. It should not be used by anyone under the age of 4, even through supervision. Avoid use on moles, birthmarks, hairy warts or other skin lesions. Also, it should not be applied to the same area for more than four applications, and if after treatment four times and the wart or verruca is still there, it may need professional removal. Some of the ingredients can cause an allergic reaction. It should also be avoided if you are allergic to any ingredients.
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