Features of Curad Mediplast Corn Callus & Wart Remover
- Medicated adhesive pads: These pads are medicated with salicylic acid, which is effective in treating warts, corns, and calluses.
- Waterproof: These pads are waterproof and can be worn during swimming, showering, or other activities.
- Multiple sizes: Curad Mediplast Wart Pads come in multiple sizes, making them versatile and suitable for use on different areas of the body.
- Easy to use: These pads are easy to use and can be cut to fit the affected area.
- Long-lasting: The pads can provide continuous contact with the affected area, delivering the salicylic acid over a period of time for effective treatment.
- Safe for use: Curad Wart Pads are generally safe for use by adults and children over the age of 2 years old. However, it is recommended to consult a healthcare provider before use.
Curad Mediplast Wart Pads Safety Data Sheet
Where to use these wart pads?
It is recommended to use Mediplast Cut-To-Fit Pads on Corns, Callus, and Warts. The difference between these three has been described below:
- Smaller, round, well-defined.
- Is found usually on the toes and non-weight-bearing areas of the feet.
- usually very painful when pressed.
- It is caused by pressure and fiction.
- Larger and more diffused and they vary in size.
- Usually on weight-bearing areas such as the soles of the feet (ball of feet, heels).
- Calluses can also form on elbows, hands, and ankles due to high pressure on that area.
- It is caused by pressure and friction.
- Round or diffuse.
- Can be anywhere on the feet or other parts of the body.
- Specific only for warts and not for corns or calluses is that warts have small capillaries growing through them and that is why many times when they are shaved you can see pinpoint bleeding.
- It is caused by a virus.
What are the Ingredients used in Mediplast Pads?
- Active Ingredient:
- Inactive Ingredients:
- Terpenephenol Resin
- Natural Rubber, Rosin
- Peru Balsam
- Talcum and Flannel
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How to use Curad Mediplast Wart Pads?
- Firstly, wash the affected area
- For effective results soak corn, callus, or wart in warm water for 5 minutes
- Dry the wound area thoroughly
- Cut the wound pad to fit corn, callus, or wart. Apply a medicated pad to the area
- Remove the medicated pad after 48 hours. Repeat the procedure every 48 hours
- For corn/callus removal use up to 14 days. For warts use up to 12 weeks
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Mediplast for Warts?
Mediplast Wart Pads are medicated adhesive pads that are used to treat warts, corns, and calluses. They contain salicylic acid, which helps to dissolve the affected tissue and promote healing.
2. How do I use Mediplast Pads?
Before using Mediplast Wart Pads, the affected area should be cleaned and dried. Then, apply the pad over the wart, corn, or callus, and leave it in place for 48 hours. After 48 hours, remove the pad and clean the area. Repeat this process until the wart, corn, or callus is removed.
3. How long does it take for Mediplast 40% Salicylic Acid Pads to work?
The length of time it takes for Mediplast Wart Pads to work varies depending on the size and location of the wart, corn, or callus. In general, it may take several weeks of consistent use for the affected area to completely heal.
4. Can Mediplast Wart Pads be used on all types of warts?
Mediplast Wart Pads are primarily used to treat common warts and plantar warts. They should not be used on genital warts, moles, or other types of skin growth.
5. Are there any side effects to using these pads?
Common side effects of using Mediplast Wart Pads include skin irritation, redness, and dryness. If you experience any severe or unusual side effects, discontinue use and consult a healthcare provider.
6. Can Wart Pads be used during swimming or showering?
Yes, Mediplast Wart Pads are waterproof and can be worn during swimming, showering, or other activities.
7. Can Mediplast Pads be used by children?
Mediplast Wart Pads are generally safe for use by children over the age of 2 years old. However, it is recommended to consult a healthcare provider before using them on children.