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Dr. Scholl's Freeze Away Wart Remover, 7 Treatments, Box
- #1 Freeze Away Wart Remover (based on 52 Week IRI data)
- Doctor-proven method
- Removes warts fast with as few as 1 treatment (for common warts under 5mm)
- For common and plantar warts
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What is a wart?
Warts are skin growths caused by a virus on the surface of the skin. They can be unsightly and sometimes painful. While warts can occur anywhere on the body, they are most common on the hands (common warts) or the soles of the feet (plantar warts).
Do I have a wart?
Warts can occur in a variety of shapes and sizes. A wart may appear as a bump with a rough surface, or it may be flat and smooth. Tiny blood vessels grow into the wart and may appear as dark dots in the center. Typically, the skin lines and creases over the wart are distorted. Warts can appear either alone or in groups.
What causes a wart?
Warts are caused by a virus that can enter the skin through a cut or abrasion. The virus causes the top layer of skin to grow rapidly, resulting in a wart. Warts are contagious and can be easily spread through direct contact. You can reinfect yourself by touching the wart and then another part of your body, and you can infect others by sharing personal items such as towels and razors.
HELP PREVENT WARTS BY:
- Avoiding contact with warts
- Having good hygiene
- Treating cuts properly
Highly flammable. Contents under pressure. Do not pierce or burn pressurized can, even after use. Protect from sunlight and do not expose to temperatures above 50 degrees C (120 degrees F). Store at room temperature between 20 degrees to 25 degrees C (68 degrees to 77 degrees F) and away from heat. Direct exposure to heat may cause it to explode, causing serious injury. Keep away from fire or flame and from sources of sparks or ignition. Do not smoke while using Freeze Away. Piercing the can or exposure to heat may cause it to explode, causing serious injury.
Do not inhale vapor/spray and use only in well-ventilated areas. For external use only. Use only as directed. If you do not use Freeze Away exactly as these directions say to use it, or if you use it on any condition that is not a common or plantar wart, it may cause serious burns, permanent scarring of the skin, or blindness. If you are not sure whether the skin condition is a common wart or plantar wart, ask a doctor before using freeze away.
Keep out of reach of children.
1. Screw tip into can.
2. Push can into blue activator.
3. Freeze wart.
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Top Customer Reviews
That's not how cryotherapy works.
The goal is to freeze the upper layer of skin so that a blister forms between the wart and the healthy skin. Your body rejects the frozen skin, pushes it up and off, and you're left with healthy skin. That's also why some people can do repeated treatments and have no result: The skin wasn't frozen deep enough to create a blister. Sometimes, cryotherapy won't be able to create a big blister, but it will damage the wart structure enough that the blood vessels feeding it will clot and it'll slowly die. That's when you see black spots on the surface of the wart.
I have warts in several stages on both hands. Most are small, pin-sized warts, but two are much bigger. I have two small ones that blistered and fell off within days of the first treatment. I have two that simply disappeared, and I have four that are starting to die slowly. I also have two that are stubborn and refusing to budge. That's normal. Sometimes it takes several treatments. The catch is that cryotherapy relies on your own body's response to work. It's not killing the wart virus - it's triggering your body's immune system to reject and kill the wart. It also depends on the structure of the wart. Some warts are bigger or deeper than others.
My best advice is two-fold. First, learn about how cryotherapy works. Second, when you freeze a wart, remember how cryotherapy works. My biggest warts weren't phased after the first treatment.Read more ›
The manufacturer is protecting against lawsuits (and keeping you buying more wart removers) by making the delivery less than effective. The intended mechanism is to screw the white "tip into the can"..."push the can into the activator" and freeze the wart." However the white tip deliberately is a bad sponge, it will only hold a tiny bit of liquid and it's nowhere near enough to freeze the wart. All of the liquid winds up in the bottom of the activator and eventually evaporates. I've noticed over the past 7-10 years that these applicators have also gotten progressively worse. This is by design, I'm pretty sure.
Anyway, forget the stupid activators. The key is the liquid, and this is how you'll want to apply it:
1. Don't bother with the white tip.
2. Take a pocket knife and cut a very small hole into the bottom of the activator.
3. Line that hole up directory to your wart. It could be difficult if it's on the bottom of your foot and you're doing it solo, but trust me it will be worth it.
4. Depress the can into the applicator and spray the liquid into the applicator. It will trickle out the small hole onto your wart.
1. Be careful if you are new to this, because it is VERY, VERY cold and the liquid will keep dripping once it's out of the can. But it's amazingly more effective, and I'd put it on par with the liquid nitrogen your doctor will give you in the office (and for a lot cheaper money).
2. Only dispense the liquid in short, controlled bursts to control the flow, and of course keep it away from eyes, mouth, nose, etc.
May the warts (not) be with you...
My first wart - The first time I had a wart removed was on my ring finger. I was working as a laborer and had what I thought was a blister; i played with it, it got bigger. I even cut it off with a ginsu knife which for obvious reasons did not work. The dermatologist froze it and it actually made the wart shrink up and disappear which has never happened since then.
Regular Wart - I did use the freezing which kind of shrunk it from me pressing down on it but it was just as big the following day. I used the liquid. The liquid is awesome. Other brands liquid is like rubber cement. You'll use it for a couple days then the contents of the bottle will literally be like rubber cement with liquid inside the cement which you have to press to break and it makes a mess getting it on the wart but also on regular areas.
The liquid in this dr. scholls kit is not like that. Even the applicator is great; its plastic which is a lot better than the brush ones which get the rubber cement all caked up and have to be wiped off. The plastic applicator avoids this and the liquid is quality. I wouldn't recommend leaving the bottle open forever b/c it can still all dry out but it's longer lasting than the rip-off stand alone liquid that compound w has where you can have half your bottle solidified in no time.
You put the liquid on the wart several times a day. The first day most will wash off. After a day or two the wart will start to become white. Continue putting liquid on top of the dried liquid a few times a day; it will almost look like you've put a cocoon of this liquid on it. Keep doing it. The harder it gets the closer you are.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product for simple, easy procedures. Easy to use. Good value.Published 3 days ago by Cindy Dong
Treated the same wart over and over, following the instructions each time, until the kit ran out of applicators... no change. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
Works pretty good for Seborrheic Karatosis. Expensive if you have a lot of these. Kind of like Nitrogen effect.Published 9 days ago by Dounogsus
I had wart in my leg, this removed it after three treatments. It is way better than those regular wart removers.Published 9 days ago by Dineshkumar
it took 1 week until I got it. This is too long. The product is ok. It is freezing the skin tags (that's what I amusing it for) but you have to apply it many, many times.Published 10 days ago by artistforever