1. Fix the self adhesive ring with the hole over the verruca.
2. Squeeze a little verrugon ointment into the hole and directly onto the verruca.
3. Remove backing paper from plaster. Cover ring completely with plaster. Seal into position.
4. Repeat treatment daily after gently pumicing or filing off the dead part of the verruca.
5. To prevent transferring infection the emery board should only be used by the patient and only for the verruca. Do not use to file nails.
If, because of the location of the Verruca, the use of a corn ring is impracticable, cut a strip of plaster to required size. Cut a hole in this to the size of the verruca, and then follow direction as in 2, 3 and 4 above. It should be realised that a deep seated verruca may take several weeks for complete removal, but if acute pain or discomfort occurs during treatment get medical advice. Verrucae are contagious, and to guard against spreading the contagion, they should always be covered with with our recommended treatment when going barefooted. Normal bathing can take place when ring and plaster are correctly sealed in position.
* Do not use product after use by date
* Do not use if you think you may be allergic to any ingredient
* Not to be used by diabetics
* Not to be used if verruca is already infected or on broken skin
* Avoid contact with healthy skin and always wash hands after use
* If unexpected or undesirable effects occur consult a doctor or pharmacist
Keep all medicine products out of the reach of children.
For extrnal use only.
Active ingredient - salicylic acid 50%
Other ingredients - wool fat (5% w/w), glycerol, liquid paraffin, white soft paraffin.