Dr. Scholl's Freeze Away Treatment - 12 EA
- SKU: 113807
- UPC: 01101740226
- Size: 12 EA
- Manufacturer: SCHERING-PLG
See instructions for use on information booklet inside.
Dimethyl Ether; Propane (Not Harmful to the Environment)
HIGHLY FLAMMABLE: Contents under pressure. Do not pierce or burn pressurized can, even after use. Protect from sunlight and do not expose to temperatures above 50 degrees C (120 degrees F). Keep away from fire or flame and from sources of sparks or ignition. Direct exposure to heat may cause it to explode, causing serious injury. Piercing the can or exposure to heat may cause it to explode, causing serious injury. Do not inhale vapor/spray and use only in well-ventilated areas. For external use only. Use only as directed. If you do not use Freeze Away exactly as these directions say to use it, or if you use it on any condition that is not a common or plantar wart, it may cause serious burns, permanent scarring of the skin, or blindness. If you are not sure whether the skin condition is a common wart or plantar wart, ask a doctor before using Freeze Away. Do not use if you cannot see clearly to read the information in the information booklet. Do not use if you cannot see clearly the wart you are treating. If you mistakenly apply Freeze Away directly to the skin or use it on conditions that are not common warts or plantar warts, it may cause serious burns and permanent scarring of the skin. Do not use on children under 4 years because it is uncertain how Freeze Away may affect the child's skin. Use on a child under 4 years of age may cause permanent scarring of the child's skin. Do not use if you have diabetes or poor blood circulation. Freeze Away works by freezing the wart. The frozen area in people with diabetes or poor blood circulation may not heal as quickly or completely. Do not use if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. It is uncertain how Freeze Away may affect people under these conditions. Do not use on areas with thin skin such as the face, armpits, breasts, bottom, or genitals. Use on these areas may cause burns and permanent scarring. Do not use on irritated skin, on any area that is infected, reddened or showing any signs of inflammation, such as itching or swelling. Treating these areas with Freeze Away will result in worsening of the condition and possible further infection. These conditions may not be warts and should be examined by a doctor. If you treat a skin condition as a wart with Freeze Away and it is not a wart, you delay proper treatment. This delay may lead to a more serious skin condition or disease. Do not use on moles, birthmarks, warts with hair growing from them, or warts on the face or mucous membranes (such as inside mouth, nose, anus, genitals, lips, ears or near eyes). When using this product, changes in skin pigmentation may occur at the treatment site. If you have any concerns, ask a doctor before using this product. Use Freeze Away only if you are sure the skin condition is a common wart or plantar wart. Avoid Contact with Eyes. Contact with eyes may cause blindness. Do not rub or touch eyes with hands if Freeze Away has been applied to them. If product gets into eyes, flush with water for 15 minutes and get medical help right away. Do Not Swallow or Deliberately Inhale. Contents are toxic and may cause serious internal damage. Use only in well-ventilated areas. If swallowed or deliberately inhaled, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away. Keep Out of Reach of Children. Children cannot understand the instructions to properly use this product. Individual components may present a choking hazard. Contents are hazardous if swallowed, breathed, sprayed on body parts other than warts, or exposed to heat. Cautions: In most cases, only one treatment is needed for each wart. Plantar warts may need more than one treatment. Warts are usually gone in two weeks after treatment with Freeze Away. If a wart or part of it is still there two weeks after treatment, you may then safely treat it again. Do not treat each wart with Freeze Away more than four times in total. If 4 treatments have not removed the wart, ask a doctor and do not treat additional warts.