CompoundW Nitrofreeze Wart Removal System
Compound W Nitro Freeze is intended for over-the-counter treatment of common warts and plantar warts in adults and children four years of age or older. Contains 1 NitroFreeze pen and 5 hygienic replacement tips. The NitroFreeze Pen will expire 6 weeks after first actuation. Safe and easy to use, a fast and effective treatment for the removal of common warts and plantar warts. Compound W NitroFreeze freezes the wart, causing it to fall off within 10 to 14 days, after as little as one application. This product is suitable for the removal of common warts and the removal of plantar warts on the bottom of the foot (read the side panel and information leaflet carefully for warnings and cautions) on adults and children over the age of four. See package for wart identification guide images. Common warts are skin-colored, usually appear on the hands and feet, and are easily recognized by the rough "cauliflower-like" appearance of the surface. Plantar Warts are recognized by their location only on the bottom of the foot, their tenderness, and their interruption of the footprint pattern. Highest cure rate with 1 treatment.* Penetrates deep to kill virus in wart. The first non-prescription nitrous oxide wart treatment. *Based on clinical data comparing NitroFreeze to Compound W Freeze Off and Freeze Off Advanced.
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