Active Ingredient : Salicylic Acid 17% (w/w).

Inactive Ingredients : Alcohol 15.8% w/w, castor oil, ether 42.6% w/w, ethyl lactate, and polybutene in flexible collodion.

:   For the removal of common and plantar warts. Common warts can be easily recognized by the rough, cauliflower-like appearance of the surface. Plantar warts are found on the bottom of the foot.

:   For external use only. Do not use this product on irritated skin, on any area that is infected or reddened, if you are a diabetic, or if you have poor blood circulation. If discomfort persists, see your doctor. Do not use on moles, birthmarks, warts with hair growing from them, genital warts, or warts on the face or mucous membranes. Keep this and all drugs out of the reach of children. In case of accidental ingestion, seek professional assistance or contact a Poison Control Center immediately. If product gets in eyes, flush with water for 15 minutes. Avoid inhaling vapors. HIGHLY FLAMMABLE. Keep away from fire or flame. Cap bottle tightly when not in use. Store at room temperature away from heat.

Directions :   Wash affected area. May soak wart in warm water for 5 minutes.

Dry area thoroughly. Apply one thin layer (with brush applicator) at a time to sufficiently cover each wart. Let dry. Repeat this procedure once or twice daily as needed (until wart is removed) for up to 12 weeks.

Note: Adhesive bandage may be used to cover treated area.

How Supplied : DuoFilm Liquid is available in 1 / 2 fluid oz. spill-resistant bottles with brush applicator and cover-up discs for pinpoint application.


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