Dr. Scholl’s Freeze Away Wart Remover, 7 Treatments
- Removes warts with as few as 1 treatment
- Uses a doctor-proven method of removing warts
- Safe to use on kids ages 4 and older
- Can be used discreetly for at-home wart removal
- Freeze therapy: Built-in activator
- Starts working instantly
- Convenient, at-home treatment
- Easy and discreet
- Safe to use on kids 4 and older
- Removes warts fast – with as few as 1 treatment
Is This For Me?
We specifically formulated Dr. Scholl’s Freeze Away Wart Remover for people who suffer from common and plantar warts. This treatment uses a doctor proven method to rapidly freeze the wart and aid its removal.
Why It Works
A wart is a skin growth caused by a type of the human papillomavirus (HPV). The virus can infect the top layer of skin and can typically enter the body in an area of broken skin. Dr. Scholl’s Freeze Away Wart Remover rapidly freezes the wart to aid its removal. As the wart is removed, the body then replaces the wart tissue with new tissue.
Attach open end of the white applicator to blue nozzle of pressurized can and twist clockwise to lock in place.
Place box with built-in activator on a table or other sturdy surface. Turn pressurized can upside down and insert the applicator into the activator, aligning with the 3 tabs on the pressurized can with the 3 slots in the activator. Note: Pressurized can must be upside down to function properly.
Press down on pressurized can and hold for 2 to 3 seconds. You will hear a hissing sound the entire time as the applicator tip is being frozen. The applicator tip will be filled with cold liquid and you will see condensation (white frosty appearance). You may smell some dimethyl ether.
Leaving the applicator on the pressurized can, lightly press the tip of the applicator on the wart that is to be frozen for the treatment time directed in the booklet. Do not swab. Apply Freeze Away Wart Remover immediately after you take it out of the activator and while it is still very cold or it will not work. There will be an aching, itching, stinging sensation as the wart is frozen.
After treatment, set pressurized can and activator out of reach of children. After 2 minutes, grasp applicator by its plastic stem and remove from pressurized can by turning counter-clockwise. Discard the applicator after single use. Do not reuse applicator or touch the tip of the applicator with bare hands to ensure that you don’t reinfect the skin with the wart virus.
Read complete information booklet inside package before use and keep for future reference.
GET THE FACTS ON WARTS
- Warts are skin growths caused by a virus on the surface of the skin. While warts can occur anywhere on the body, they are most common on the hands (common warts) or the soles of the feet (plantar warts).
- Warts are caused by a virus that can enter the skin through a cut or abrasion. The virus causes the top layer of skin to grow rapidly, resulting in a wart. Warts are contagious and can be easily spread through direct contact. You can reinfect yourself by touching the wart and then another part of your body, and you can infect others by sharing personal items such as towels and razors.
- Warts can occur in a variety of shapes and sizes. A wart may appear as a bump with a rough surface, or it may be flat and smooth. Tiny blood vessels grow into the wart and may appear as dark dots in the center. Typically, the skin lines and creases over the wart are distorted. Warts can appear either alone or in groups.