This drug is applied to the skin to treat common skin warts and plantar warts. Salicylic acid helps warts peel slowly.. This medication is also used to help with the eradication of corns and calluses.This product should not be applied to the face, nor should it be used on moles, birthmarks, warts with hair coming from them, or genital/anal warts.
Salicylic acid has keratolytic capabilities, which means it can remove dead skin cells from the skin. It is a member of the same medication class as aspirin, according to the FDA (salicylates). It accomplishes this by increasing skin moisture while also dissolving the component that allows skin cells to adhere to one another. Skin cells are removed more quickly as a result of this. Warts are the result of a virus infecting the skin. Salicylic acid does not have any effect on the virus.
This drug is only for topical use. Avoid coming into touch with this medication through your eyes, nose, mouth, groin, or any broken skin to avoid irritation. If the medication does manage to go into some areas, cleanse them for 15 minutes with lukewarm water. Hands should be washed after using.
To soften the treatment area, immerse the corn, callus, or wart in warm water for about 5 minutes. Thoroughly dry. After bathing, your doctor may instruct you to use a pumice stone, callus file, or emery board to carefully remove the top dead layers of skin before applying the medication. This dead skin removal serves simply to improve the medication’s efficacy. Do not attempt to 去疣.
Cover the Entire Wart
If you’re using a liquid or gel, use the applicator to apply a few drops or a thin coat of the medication to cover the entire wart, callus, or corn. Apply it only to the afflicted region and not to the surrounding skin. Allow for 5 minutes of drying time. You may need to apply the drug twice with each treatment, depending on the brand.
Examine your product package and carefully follow the instructions. You can use a bandage to cover the area loosely. Repeat this process 1–2 times each day for up to 2 weeks for corns and calluses and 12 weeks for warts, or as advised by your doctor.
If you’re using a medicated pad or bandage, you may need to cut it so that it completely covers the treatment area but doesn’t contact the surrounding skin. Remove the protective covering and apply the patch/bandage to the affected area. Leave in place as directed on the package. Remove the patch/bandage and replace it as indicated (usually every 8 to 48 hours depending on brand).
This process should be repeated every 2 weeks for corns and calluses and every 12 weeks for 脫疣.Dosage is determined by your medical condition, product type/brand, and treatment response. Do not use excessive amounts, use this drug more frequently, or use it for a longer period of time than prescribed. Your condition will not improve faster, but the possibility of side effects may grow.
To get the most out of this drug, take it on a daily basis. Use it at the same time every day to help you remember.Seek emergency medical assistance if your ailment persists or worsens, or if you suspect you have a significant medical concern.