Freeze Away 1.18 fl. oz. (12 Treatments)

July 19, 2013 - Comment

Removes Warts Fast as Few as 1 Treatment.Freeze Away™Common & Plantar War RemoverThis easy-to-use kit has everything you need to quickly and effectively remove common and plantar warts.  Us Product Features Powerful method works weeks Doctor preferred method Removes warts fast with as few as 1 treatment Famous Words of Inspiration… Powered By AMZ QuoteCash

Removes Warts Fast as Few as 1 Treatment.
Freeze Away™
Common & Plantar War Remover

This easy-to-use kit has everything you need to quickly and effectively remove common and plantar warts.  Us

Product Features

  • Powerful method works weeks
  • Doctor preferred method
  • Removes warts fast with as few as 1 treatment

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kone "kone" says:

Freezing Warts Away Dr. Scholl’s Freeze away is a new over-the-counter means to treat warts. In the past, only an MD could use liquid nitrogen in the treatment of warts. Now the consumer can use the same technology to treat warts at home. At around 20 dollars for a kit (that has 12 treatment applicators), this is a quick and relatively inexpensive means to treat warts. A typical doctor’s office co-pay is around 20 – 25 dollars, so this kit is as cost-effective as a doctor’s visit, without the hassle of having to go the doctor. I have treated several warts at home with this system with mixed results. Some warts have been eliminated with one treatment (the wart sheds in about 2 weeks). Other warts have been more resistant to treatment and have required multiple treatments, the treatments being 2-3 weeks apart.In using this system, I have found some treatment tips I would like to share. First, I think it is essential to cut off the top surface of the wart as much as possible. This thins…

M. M. Jackson says:

How I Got Rid of My Plantar Wart – And How Freeze Away Helped As we speak, my plantar wart has been reduced to a small pencil-tip sized darkish spot on my foot, waiting to fall off.I can’t feel it, the size of it (size of a dime!), the depth of it (oh so painful) and the PAIN of it is all gone. Just a little dark calloused spot waiting to grow skin underneath and fall off.Here is how I did it:The wart started off small. The size of a period on a page, it felt like I had gotten a small shard of glass in my foot. It was hard and in one specific spot.Then I started to fool with it: thinking it was a spliter, and quite tired of the small annoyance, I used pliers to try to grab it and pull.It pulled the skin out but suspiciously nothing came out. I thought I saw a dark spot. I think now that it was just a wart blood vessel.After this, it grew in size. An “o” on a page. A pea. A dime. It got that big!It really hurt, I had to walk fairly cautiously on the foot…

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