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Bazuka Wart Treatment Gel 5g

Brands: Dettol

Ksh 1,599

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·         Gel for the treatment of warts

·         Suitable for common and plantar warts

·         Contains salicylic acid as the active ingredient


Bazuka Wart Treatment Gel is a topical treatment specifically formulated for the effective removal of common warts, verrucas, corns, and calluses. It contains salicylic acid as the active ingredient, which works by breaking down the wart tissue and facilitating its removal. The gel formulation allows for easy and precise application to the affected area. It dries quickly on the skin and forms a protective barrier, ensuring prolonged contact with the wart or verruca for maximum effectiveness.

 Bazuka Wart Treatment Gel is suitable for use on common warts found on the hands and plantar warts located on the soles of the feet.

Bazuka Wart Treatment Gel is suitable for children over the age of two, providing a safe and effective treatment option for younger individuals dealing with warts or verrucas.

The wart treatment gel is suitable for self-administration at home. It provides an accessible and cost-effective option for individuals seeking over-the-counter wart and verruca treatments.

Follow the provided instructions for safe and effective use.

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The active ingredient in Bazuka Wart Treatment Gel is salicylic acid.


Usage Instructions:


Clean and dry the affected area before applying Bazuka Wart Treatment Gel. Using the provided applicator or a clean cotton swab, apply a small amount of gel directly to the wart. Take care to avoid contact with healthy skin surrounding the wart. Allow the gel to dry completely before covering the wart with a plaster or bandage if desired. Apply the gel once daily, preferably at bedtime, and continue treatment until the wart has resolved. It may take several weeks for the wart to disappear completely, so consistency and patience are essential. If there is no improvement after 12 weeks of treatment or if the condition worsens, seek medical advice.

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