Due to its unique design, Wartie has the advantage of fast and easy treatment of a wart or plantar wart (verruca) while avoiding direct contact between the skin and the liquid gas inside the aerosol. Because Wartie delivers the cold through a precision metal tip, the freezing area can be controlled by the amount of pressure exerted on the can during application: More pressure means that a greater part of the metal tip touches the skin, resulting in a larger freezing area. With light pressure, the contact is minimised, thereby being able to treat smaller warts and plantar warts (verrucas) with the same precision and comfort.
Verruca treatment children
Children may be bothered by verrucas and want them removed. Verrucas on feet can pose problems, leading to discomfort and inability to walk, play and in sports. If you want to treat the verruca, choose something safe, easy and painless, at least at first. Children may want their verrucas to be removed but also be afraid of removing the verruca. Due to its unique design, Wartie has the advantage of fast and easy treatment of a verruca while avoiding direct contact between the skin and the liquid gas inside the aerosol. Because Wartie delivers the cold through a precision metal tip, the freezing area can be controlled by the amount of pressure exerted on the can during application: More pressure means that a greater part of the metal tip touches the skin, resulting in a larger freezing area. With light pressure, the contact is minimised, thereby being able to treat smaller plantar warts (verrucas) with precision and comfort.
Home Remedies and over-the-counter Treatments for Verrucas on Children
Common wart removers available at any drugstore include:
Adhesive pads or solutions with salicylic acid. Clean the area around the wart, apply the solution as directed, and later remove the dead skin with an Emery board or pumice stone. The success rate is about 75%, but the process may take six to twelve weeks.
While Wartie's freezing applicators satisfy consumers, still many prefer liquid solutions for removing warts. Therefore the Wartie range is extended with Wartie Liquid. The unique formula of Wartie Liquid now also allows for safe, pain-free and fast removal of warts by applying a drip of liquid to the wart. The pack also contains invisible plasters to protect.
Solutions with dimethyl ether, propane, or Freon that “freeze” the wart. The success rate is about 75% after two or three treatments. Wartie® cool and Wartie® advanced contain dimethyl ether. Wartie® cool, removes common warts & verrucas and has a special flat metal tip to treat even the smallest warts & verrucas. Wartie uses cryotherapy (freezing) to remove the wart or verruca. And is easy to use. The use of the flat metal tip helps to precisely apply the freezing to the exact site of the verruca or wart. Only a 20 seconds application is needed for a wart and 40 seconds for a verruca and stubborn or callused warts.
The Wartie Advanced Wart & Verruca remover is designed to treat stubborn and mature warts for patients aged 12 years and older. These mature warts often have a thicker layer of hard skin which can be more difficult to penetrate than younger warts. The conductive gel maximizes the performance by directing the cold temperature onto the application area. The tip of the Wartie Advanced Wart & Verruca remover is flat to maximize the contact with the wart for highly effective removal of stubborn warts.
When to see a doctor about removing warts on children
If over-the-counter wart removers don’t work, you can talk to a GP about stronger treatments. Doctors generally take two general approaches to verruca treatment. They can destroy the wart or boost the immune system so it will clear the wart.
GP typically remove verrucas in one of three ways:
Less often, the GP or dermatologist may remove it surgically. This treatment can leave a scar so it’s usually the last resort. And the other option is topical preparation with squaric acid to the skin. Squaric acid boosts the immune functioning. Nearly everyone reacts to it as a foreign invader, kicking the immune system into action. Immune-boosting therapies may take up to three months to remove the wart.