Dr. Scholl's Clear Away Wart Remover For Common Warts
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Instructions for Use: Ensure the skin is clean, dry and free of creams and oils. Place sticky side of disc directly over center of the wart. Remove backing film marked "step 1" and place center (adhesive side down) over the disc. Remove backing film marked "step 2" using the blue tab and firmly smooth down adhesive edge to skin. Wash affected area. May soak wart in warm water for 5 minutes. Dry area thoroughly. If necessary, cut medicated disc to fit wart. Apply medicated disc with sticky side adhering to skin. Cover medicated disc with enclosed cushion. Repeat procedure every 48 hours as needed (until wart is removed) for up to 12 weeks. Other Information: Store between 20° to 25°C (68° to 77°F). Protect from excessive heat (temperatures above 40°C (104°F)).
DescriptionDr. Scholl's® Clear Away® Wart Remover For Common Warts. Maximum strength. Salicylic acid. Duragel™ technology. Nearly invisible & discreet. Thin & flexible. Clinically proven removal. 12 Medicated discs, 9 cushions.
Other DescriptionUses: For the removal of common warts. The common wart is easily recognized by the rough 'cauliflower-like' appearance of the surface. Bayer (reg'd), the Bayer Cross (reg'd), Dr. Scholl's®, Clear Away® and Duragel™ are trademarks of Bayer. Questions? 1-866-360-3226. For additional Information and Instructions Visit: www.drscholls.com/duragel. © 2016 Bayer.
IngredientsActive Ingredient ... Purpose. Salicylic Acid 40% ... Wart Remover. Inactive Ingredients: Antioxidant (CAS 991-84-4), Iron Oxides, Mineral Oil, Petroleum Hydrocarbon Resin, Silicon Dioxide, Synthetic Polyisoprene Rubber, Talc.
WarningsFor external use only.
Do not use:
If you are a diabetic.
If you have poor blood circulation.
On irritated skin or any area that is infected or reddened.
On moles, birthmarks, warts with hair growing from them, genital warts, or warts on the face or mucous membranes.
Stop use and ask a doctor if discomfort lasts.
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.