Bazuka extra strength max strength 6g.For the topical treatment of warts and verrucas.
For adults, the elderly and children over 2 years. Children under 12 years should be treated by an adult, and treatment of infants less than 2 years is not recommended.
Bazuka Extra Strength Treatment Gel should be applied once daily. The gel should be applied once every night. Treatment can take up to 12 weeks for resistant lesions to disappear and it is necessary to persevere with the treatment.
1. Every night, soak the affected site in warm water for 2 to 3 minutes.
2. Dry thoroughly with the patient's own towel; this towel should be used for the affected site(s) only.
3. Carefully apply one or two drops of the gel to the lesion and allow to dry over its surface. Take care to avoid surrounding normal skin. No adhesive plaster is necessary.
4. The following evening, carefully remove and discard the elastic film formed from the previous application, and re-apply the gel (repeat steps 1 to 3). Occasionally, if removal of the elastic film proves difficult, carefully re-ap
Not to be used on or near the face, neck, intertriginous or anogenital regions, or by people with diabetes or individuals with impaired peripheral blood circulation.
Not to be used on moles, birthmarks, hairy warts or on any other skin lesions for which the gel is not indicated.
Not to be used in cases of sensitivity to any of the ingredients.
4.4 Special warnings and precautions for use
Keep away from the eyes, mucous membranes and from cuts and grazes.
The gel should be applied carefully to the wart or verruca only, to avoid possible irritation of surrounding normal skin.
Not to be used for the treatment of corns and calluses.
Do not use excessively.
Some mild, transient irritation may be expected, but in cases of more severe or persistent pain/irritation, the treatment should be suspended and/or discontinued. See also section â€œUndesirable effects.â€
Avoid inhaling vapour, and keep cap firmly closed when not in use.
Contact with c
Salicylic Acid 26.0% w/w.Camphor; Povidone; Pyroxylin; Ethanol; Acetone; Isopropyl Alcohol.
The product may be irritant in certain patients, which in rare instances may appear as a temporary blemish on the skin. See also section â€œSpecial warnings and precautions for use.â€