Salactol Collodion 10Ml Wart Paint

€7.30

Code 39057


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Product Information

Salactol Wart Paint, is a collodion wart paint. The ingredients work together to break down and remove warts, verrucas, corns and calluses.

Salactol Wart Paint softens the skin so you can simply pumice the excess skin away easily and effectively. Warts, verucas, corns and calluses are just a skin growths formed by a virus, which are easily treated with the right supplement. Salactol Wart Paint is the quick and effective formula so you can restore your feet back to its natural healthy state.

Active Ingredients

Salicylic Acid 16.7%w/w
Lactic Acid 16.7%w/w

How to Use

For adults, children and the elderly.
Salactol should be applied once daily usually at night. It can take up to twelve (12) weeks for resistant lesions to disappear, and
it is necessary to persevere with the treatment.
Soak the affected site in warm water and pat dry. Gently rub the surface of the wart, verruca, corn or callus with a pumice stone
or manicure emery board to remove any hard skin. Using the applicator provided, carefully apply a few drops of Salactol to the
lesion, allowing each drop to dry before applying the next one. Take care to localise the application to the affected area.
Plantar warts should be covered with an adhesive plaster. Leave for 24 hours. Repeat the procedure daily,after first removing
any plaster.

Delivery Info

Delivery is FREE for all orders over €40 within the Republic of Ireland & Northern Ireland. For orders under €40, there is a delivery fee of €5.00. 

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