Salactol Wart Paint


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Salactol Wart Paint is a specialised medication designed to effectively treat various skin conditions. Salactol contains the active ingredients salicylic acid and lactic acid, which work together to exfoliate and remove the affected skin, alleviating discomfort caused by conditions such as corns, calluses, and verrucas.

  • Treats corns, calluses, warts and verrucas
  • Suitable for adults, children and the elderly
  • Can be used by pregnant and breastfeeding women
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Salactol Wart Paint is a medicated paint that is used to help treat skin conditions such as warts, verrucas, corns and calluses. All of these conditions affect the skin differently, however, they are all small growth caused by a virus. 

The active ingredients in Salactol Wart Paint are salicylic acid and lactic acid. These active ingredients work together to help soften hard skin growth, making it much easier to remove skin conditions. It also helps to kill viruses that cause warts and verrucas. 

Salactol Wart Paint is an effective medication for removing different types of skin conditions. It is usually used the same way by adults, children and the elderly. For the best results, it is recommended that you use this medication once a day, usually in the evening until the condition has gone.

The correct dosage of Salactol Wart Paint is usually the same for all different types of conditions. Usually, you should apply a few drops of paint to the top of the wart, verruca, corn or callus only. This should be done once a day in the evening until the condition has disappeared. 

This product is suitable for adults, children and the elderly that are using it to treat and remove numerous skin conditions such as warts, verrucas, corns and calluses. 

Salactol Wart Paint may not be suitable for some people. You should use this product on certain areas of the body including the face, armpits, breasts, backside, or genitals. It should also not be used on birthmarks, moles or warts with hair growing out of them. This product should not be used by people with diabetes or those that suffer from poor blood circulation in the hands or feet.

Yes, you can use Salactol Wart Paint if you are pregnant or if you are trying to conceive a child.

Yes, you can use Salactol Wart Paint to treat your skin conditions if you are breastfeeding. It is important to note that you should not apply this medication to your breasts.

Salactol Wart Paint is not known to interact or interfere with any other medications. 

As with other medications, some people may experience some side effects of Salactol Wart Paint. The most common side effects include:

  • Irritation in the treatment area
  • Tingling sensation or mild tenderness in the treatment area
  • Permanent damage to clothing, jewellery, metal, or polished surfaces if spilt

You should take special care with this product if you are unsure if your condition is suitable for it. You should also make sure not to apply this medication to the healthy skin around a condition, especially on a child’s delicate skin. You should make sure to read the patient information leaflet included with your medication to ensure you are aware of all of the warnings associated with it.

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Medical Content Writer • Bachelor of Arts Degree

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