Treatment of Wart with Duofilm

Skin Treatments

  BUY

  • Duofilm extrastrength gel
  • Brown elastoplast tape or waterproof Leukoplast tape.
  • Duofilm extrastrength gel needs a prescription made up by a compounding pharmacy.

DIRECTIONS

  • Apply Duofilm extrastrenth gel to wart after shower.
  • “Set” with hairdryer (low heat) – crystallizes after about 1 minute.
  • Cover with brown elastopast tape or waterproof Leukoplast tape.
  • Leave intact, and change before shower – reapply gel and tape.
  • 1-2 times a week scrape top of wart with a blade or pumice stone.
  • When the skin lines are continuous, the wart is gone. This usually takes 3-6 months
  • If the skin surrounding the wart becomes dry or sore, then apply Vaseline to the skin around the wart before applying the gel.

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