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CHEF11269 Wartner

Wartner Wart & Verruca Removal Pen - 1.5ml

by Wartner
£9.30£9.99
9.30
  • TCA gel methodVisible result within the first weeksPrecise applicationNo risk of scarring
  • Wartner Wart & Verruca Removal Pen
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  • Expected Despatch By 07/12/2016
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Description

Product Description

    • Wartner Wart Pen was developed with the ambition to offer a complete wart treatment based on the traditional acid method to effectively eliminate warts & verrucas in a short time period, whilst using an innovative and easy to use applicator.
    • Current acid treatments require a long term treatment period and are often difficult to apply in a convenient and on-the-spot way

Directions

  • 1.Hold the pen vertically with the brush tip facing downwards. Slowly turn/click the dial on the top of the Pen clockwise to dispense the gel.
    2.Allow the gel to flow into the brush tip for 3 to 5 seconds.
    3.Carefully apply the dispensed gel only on the wart or verruca (avoid touching healthy skin surrounding it).
    4.Let the gel dry for 10-15 minutes before putting on clothes or shoes. Forming a drop may require several full turns when used for the first time.


    Forming a drop may require several full turns when used for the first time. Wartner Wart Pen should be applied twice daily for 4 days, then a break period of 4 days should be taken into account. If necessary, treatment can be repeated up to 4 times (only 1 drop of gel is needed per application). If the wart (or verruca) is small (size of a needle point), only apply the gel once a day.

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  • Wartner Europe
  • HCODE

    CHEF11269

  • MPN

    3594678

  • MANUFACTURER

    Chefaro Proprietaries Ltd

  • EAN CODE

    5012616163708

  • CONDITION

    NEW

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