Avoca Wart & Verruca


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What is Avoca Wart & Verruca

Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment is an effective way of removing warts and verrucas. Its active ingredient destroys the warts when applied to the skin.

Having a wart is somewhat painless, although depending on the area of ​​the body in which it is located it can be really annoying, so it will be good to eliminate them with some medical treatment or also resort to remedies such as Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment. Warts are benign growths of the skin, and although for many, they do not hurt, they can be annoying and not only that, but depending on the area in which we have them they can also be unsightly. If you have decided to remove the wart you have, it is best to undergo medical treatment, but you can also go to a pharmacy and buy a silver nitrate device. All warts are caused by infections and are mildly contagious, they're itchy and very unsightly, and Verruca are horribly painful and can appear just about anywhere on your foot, they can also be confused with general calluses, so what better way to get rid of them than Avoca wart and verruca treatment. This wart and verruca treatment contains silver nitrate and potassium nitrate.

How does Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment work?

Avoca wart and Verruca treatment work effectively due to its main active ingredient, silver nitrate. Silver nitrate does its magic by destroying very thin layers of tissue at a time, both pathological and non-pathological. As this layer of skin dies, the next layer subsequently must then be applied to ensure the penetration of the verruca tissue continues.

How long do I use Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment for before I notice a difference?

While this does depend on the severity of your warts and verrucas, the treatment should only last for about 1 to 2 treatments, if after 2 procedures, the treatment has not resulted in a complete elimination of warts or verrucas, one should immediately contact their doctor.

So, following the proper instructions on the Avoca wart and Verruca treatment, the wart will disappear in a few days, but you will most likely have to apply the nitrate once a day for up to 6 days. Silver nitrate causes the wart to progressively flake, and in just one week, it will be gone entirely.

How Effective Is Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment?

Avoca wart and verruca treatment are incredibly effective due to its active ingredients. When it comes to getting rid of warts, Avoca is the right treatment for you as it comes as Avoca Caustic Pencil 95% w/w Cutaneous Stick, Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment 95% w/w Cutaneous Stick, Avoca Caustic Applicator 95% w/w Cutaneous Stick, Avoca Caustic Applicator 75 % w/w Cutaneous Stick and Avoca Caustic Pencil 40% w/w Cutaneous Stick. Absolutely all of these are incredibly useful for getting rid of warts and other related issues.

How should I use Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment?

To use Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment you should follow the following steps:

  • Place a drop of water onto a clean surface and place the tip of the Avoca tip into the water.
  • You should then apply some petroleum jelly to the healthy skin, this is to prevent it from staining.
  • Next you should apply the tip of the Avoca onto infected areas of the skin, allowing the solution to dry.
  • After 24 hours of application you should use a nail file to file down areas of the infected skin.

What are the side effects of Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment?

Although there aren't many side effects associated to this treatment, but one must be aware of all the ingredients, and if you are hypersensitive or allergic to any of them, they can lead to very serious side effects, especially silver nitrate as it can cause extreme rashes due to its intensity.

Carefully read all the instructions and ingredients in the patient information leaflet before starting a medication or treatment.

When shouldn't I take Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment?

Please make sure there isn't any contact with your eyes when using Avoca, do not use this product on genital warts, as this isn't designed for this specific issue. Please avoid sensitive areas of the body as Avoca is caustic (it can burn if applied incorrectly). Please be careful when using Avoca as it can cause stains; this includes staining skin. Please be aware that any surface that Avoca touches, including wood, plastic, ceramic or fabric, may be stained, and these stains may very well be permanent. Please be aware that Caustic Silver Nitrate Pencils are convenient to use; the user, in fact, only needs to remove the paraffin that protects the tip of the pencil.

The tip of the pencil is the point from where the silver nitrate comes out of, so you have to spread the silver nitrate onto the wart through the tip of the pencil, being careful not to come into contact with healthy tissue.

Wait a few minutes for it to absorb the silver nitrate; Once absorption has taken place, the user can return to their daily activities and cover the area with clothing.

What is the difference between Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment and Scholl wart treatment?

The main difference between Avoca wart and verruca treatment and Scholl wart treatment is that Avoca has silver nitrate, whereas Scholl uses salicylic acid as an active ingredient.

Can I buy Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment online?

You can buy Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment online through online retailers such as Click Pharmacy. It's easy and convenient. You will need to fill out a short assessment, and the item will be delivered directly to your door in discreet packaging. If you require a quick delivery, you can select the option at the check out stage of the process.

What dose should I choose?

The dosage depends on the severity of the condition of the wart and verrucas. The usual dosage is one application every 3 days for the treatment of warts and one application every 6 days for the treatment of Verrucas. If your condition does not improve after 1 or 2 applications, you should immediately consult your doctor or consult a health care professional at Click Pharmacy.

Can pregnant or breastfeeding women use Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment?

It is advised to consult with a doctor, pharmacist, or midwife before using Acoa Wart & Verruca Treatment if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. This is to ensure the treatment does not cause any potential harm to both born and unborn babies.

How should I store Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment?

You should store Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment in a cool dry place, out of reach from children, and at room temperature. This product should not be exposed to extreme temperatures or direct sunlight.

What if I forget to use Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment?

If you forget to use Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment you should use it as soon as you remember unless it is almost time for the next application. In this case you should skip the dose you just missed and continue as normal.

Do I need any other products to use Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment?

To use Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment you will need to use a few other products which include the following:

  • A clean surface
  • A drop of water
  • Petroleum jelly

After using Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment you are unlikely to experience any side effects. This is because the active ingredients do not interfere with any other system within the body. If you experience any of the following:

  • Severe irritation
  • Itching
  • Swelling of skin
  • Burning like sensation
  • Difficulty breathing

You may be experiencing an allergic reaction. In this case you should stop using Avoca Wart & Verruca Treatment immediately and seek medical advice, from a professional, as soon as possible.

Carefully read the patient information leaflet before starting your treatment. The patient information can be found here.

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Last reviewed 11 April 2023

Superintendent Pharmacist GPhC No.2220953

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