Suitable for the use on children OVER THE AGE OF 4.
KEEP out of reach of children
Fast and effective treatment
Preferred treatment used by GPs
Keep the protective cap on the can. Attach the applicator to the can by firmly inserting the applicator stick into the opening (diagram 1).
Place the can on a table or other sturdy surface (diagram 2). Do not hold the can near your face, over parts of your body or clothing.
Remove the protective cap from the can. Keeping the can upright, press the dispensing button all
the way down for 3 to 5 seconds to saturate the applicator. You will hear a hissing sound.
Release your finger from the dispensing button when droplets start to fall from the applicator tip, indicating that the applicator is saturated (diagram 3).
REPLACE THE PROTECTIVE CAP ON THE CAN.
NOW FOLLOW STEPS 4 TO 6 ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS PACK.
Turn the can so the applicator is pointing straight down and wait for 15 seconds (diagram 4). This allows the applicator bud to reach the required freezing temperature.
Expose the verruca or wart to be frozen facing upward (diagram 5).
NEVER PRESS THE BUTTON WHILST THE APPLICATOR IN CONTACT WITH THE VERRUCA OR WART. MISUSE OF THE PRODUCT MAY RESULT IN BURNS AND SCARRING.
While keeping the applicator pointing straight down, lightly place the tip of the applicator on the verruca or wart that is to be frozen (diagram 6).
The applicator should be applied to the centre of the wart or verruca for between 30 to 40 seconds (do not apply for linger than 40 seconds).
Do not dab. Do not spray.
It will feel very cold and there will be a mild aching, stinging sensation during the treatment.
Discard the foam applicator after a single use.
80ml aerosol can and 12 disposable applicators
Dimethyl Ether, Propane, Isobutane,