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What is Bazuka

Bazuka Remedy gel is a fast and efficient method of treating corns, calluses, warts and verrucas if they appear on kids, adults or the elderly in different ways but most common at the swimming pool.

What dose should I choose?

Bazuka Treatment Gel is a colourless gel and is available in a tube of 6g. It is recommended to soak the affected area in warm water for a maximum of three minutes, then apply the treatment gel every once a day, preferably in the evening. Continue with the treatment until warts, calluses, corns, or verrucas disappear. If 12 weeks go by without any improvement or your condition worsens, seek help from a medical professional. Also, Bazuka Treatment Gel is only suitable for children above the age of two years, adults and the elderly.

How does Bazuka Treatment Gel work? 

Bazuka Treatment Gel contains lactic acid and salicylic acid as active ingredients. These two acids soften the hard tissue caused by warts and verrucas while killing the virus, that may cause the same infections to reoccur. Topical application is recommended when using Bazuka Treatment Gel, and adherence to instructions for better and quick results.

How effective is Bazuka Treatment Gel?

Bazuka Treatment Gel, if used correctly, can provide the result as fast as in four days or up until 12 weeks. All this depends on the size and resistance of the corns, warts, calluses or verrucas or adherence to instructions. Always check the patient leaflet enclosed and check the label for the proper use and further instructions.

Can I buy Bazuka Treatment Gel online? 

Bazuka Treatment Gel is a non-prescription medication. You can buy over the counter and online with ease. Bazuka Extra Strength Gel can be availed to you in a one pack containing 6g worth of product or as multipacks to be sent to you by Next Day Delivery by Click Pharmacy.

How long do I take Bazuka Treatment Gel before I notice a difference? 

Depending on the resistance and size of your lesions, Bazuka Treatment Gel may take up to 12 weeks for you to see results. Nonetheless, on average, it takes a maximum of 10 days before warts, corns, calluses, or verrucas fall off. Therefore, do not stop treatment until you achieve results. If 12 weeks go by without seeing any improvement, seeks the help of your doctor.

What are the side effects of Bazuka Treatment Gel? 

There are almost no side effects of using this medication, but you are likely to experience a mild tingling sensation when the medicine is working. A temporary blemish may appear on the area but in rare cases. As this product can irritate healthy skin, so always check the instructions on how to open the medication to avoid spillage. If irritation persists, or you experience any other side effects not listed on the leaflet, report this to your doctor.

If you are pregnant, planning to be or are currently breastfeeding, consult your doctor to confirm if this treatment is appropriate for you.

Again, because drugs interact differently, please speak to your doctor or consult our specialist at click pharmacy should you require any further advice. 

When shouldn’t I take Bazuka Treatment Gel?

Do not begin this treatment if you have diabetes or if you’re unsure that your symptoms should be treated using this medication. Also, if you suffer from poor blood circulation on your hands and feet, do not use this medication. 

The same applies if you are allergic to salicylic acid, lactic acid or other ingredients listed on the product. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, seek medical advice before you begin treatment. There are no cases reported of adverse drug interaction or influence on your ability to drive or use machines. 

What is the difference between Bazuka Treatment Gel and Bazuka Extra Strengthening Gel/Tea tree oil

Salicylic and lactic acid are the active ingredients in Bazuka Treatment Gel, while salicylic acid is the only ingredient in Bazuka Extra Strengthening Gel. Both treatments are used to fight warts, corns, calluses, and verrucas in children and adults, although Bazuka Treatment Gel is not recommended for children under the age of two years. Tea tree oil falls under the category of a natural remedy that you can use for the same purpose. It is hailed as a treatment for warts due to its antiviral benefits.

How should I use Bazuka Treatment Gel

Before applying Bazuka Strength Gel you should soak the infected areas in warm water for 2-3 minutes. After the infected areas have dried you should apply a thin even layer of Bazuka Treatment Gel. Once the gel dries it should leave a white film, this should be removed the following evening before the next application.

Can Bazuka Treatment Gel be used anywhere?

Bazuka Treatment Gel should not be used on or around the face or neck. It should also not be used on moles or birthmarks as these areas are sensitive.

What if I use Bazuka Treatment Gel too much?

Using an excessive amount of Bazuka Treatment Gel could potentially cause irritation of the skin. If you experience any irritation, begin using Bazuka Treatment Gel less frequently.

How should I store Bazuka Treatment Gel?

Bazuka Treatment Gel should be stored in a cool dry place, at room temperature and out of reach from children. It should not be exposed to extreme temperatures and direct sunlight.

Is Bazuka Treatment Gel flammable?

Yes, Bazuka Treatment Gel is highly flammable and should be kept away from flames at all times.

After applying Bazuka Treatment Gel you may experience a tingling and stinging sensation around the infected area. This side effect is usually temporary and should disappear after a few applications. In rare cases some patients have experienced a temporary blemish around the infected areas.

Always 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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