Increased freezing potential – the conductive gel in Wartie Advanced is specifically developed for stubborn and mature warts. Applying the gel allows the cold to go through the hard skin of the wart, increasing the freezing potential.
Protective foam plasters – The plantar wart (verruca) can be sensitive after freezing. The protective foam plasters help to make particularly sensitive skin more comfortable after treatment by reducing pressure on the plantar wart (verruca).
How to use
Gently squeeze the gel tube to apply one single drop of the conductive gel exactly on the wart or plantar wart (verruca).
Remove the cap and follow the steps below:
Place the can upright on a table and hold the collar
Leave the can on the table. Turn the cone to 1 and press it down for 3 seconds. (DO NOT EXCEED 3 SECONDS). You hear a hiss.
The cone automatically returns to “0” and the metal tip starts cooling. Wait for 2 seconds.
Apply the tip precisely on the wart (20 seconds) or plantar wart (verruca) (40 seconds) to freeze it.
For a plantar wart (verruca) only: In case of particularly sensitive skin, a foam plaster can be used to protect the tender plantar wart (verruca) area after treatment has been completed. Carefully remove the foam plaster from its backing. Apply adhesive side of foam plaster to skin with hole directly over the small tender spot.