Wart – Product Pack

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  • Spirularin Wart Cream
  • Adhesive Orthopedic Felt 3mm
  • Mefix Dressing Sheet 50mm x 10m


Guide to Using Spirularin Wart Cream, Adhesive Orthopedic Felt, and Mefix Dressing Sheet for Wart Offloading and Pain Relief

Warts can be painful and bothersome, especially when they are located in weight-bearing areas. Offloading the wart can help reduce pressure on the affected area and provide relief. This guide will walk you through using Spirularin Wart Cream, Adhesive Orthopedic Felt, and Mefix Dressing Sheet to offload a wart for pain relief.

    Step-by-Step Guide:

    Step 1: Clean and Dry the Area
    Start by washing the area around the wart with mild soap and water. Pat it dry with a clean towel. Ensuring the skin is clean and dry is essential for proper adhesion and effectiveness of the products.

    Step 2: Apply Spirularin Wart Cream
    Follow the instructions provided with Spirularin Wart Cream. Generally, apply a small amount of the cream directly to the wart. Gently massage it in and let it dry before proceeding to the next step. The wart cream is designed to help treat the wart and reduce discomfort.

    Step 3: Cut the Adhesive Orthopedic Felt
    Take the Adhesive Orthopedic Felt and cut it into a shape that covers the wart and the surrounding area. The felt should be slightly larger than the wart to provide adequate cushioning and support during offloading.

    Step 4: Place the Adhesive Orthopedic Felt
    Carefully position the cut felt pad over the wart, ensuring it covers the entire affected area. Press down gently to make sure it adheres properly.

    Step 5: Secure with Mefix Dressing Sheet
    Cut a piece of Mefix Dressing Sheet large enough to cover the Adhesive Orthopedic Felt and some surrounding skin. Apply the Mefix over the felt pad, firmly securing it in place.

    Step 6: Monitor and Replace
    Check the offloading setup regularly to ensure the Adhesive Orthopedic Felt and Mefix Dressing Sheet are still in place and providing proper support. Replace the felt pad and Mefix Dressing Sheet daily or as directed by your podiatrist.

    Step 7: Seek Professional Advice
    While offloading the wart can provide pain relief, it's crucial to seek advice from your podiatrist for proper evaluation and treatment of the wart.


    • Avoid putting excessive pressure on the wart, as this can aggravate the condition.
    • If you experience increased pain, redness, or irritation, discontinue use and consult a podiatrist.
    • This guide is for informational purposes only and should not replace professional medical advice. Always consult a healthcare professional, or podiatrist for personalised guidance on your specific condition.

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