- What should I buy at the pharmacy to get rid of warts?
- Go to the pharmacy and say "OBAT KUTIL." The pharmacist will give you wart remover liquid.
The phrase "Obat kutil" does indeed mean "wart medicine." In Indonesia, warts are often treated with a liquid called Callusol.
If you're having trouble with the instructions for Callusol in Indonesian, we've tried to translate them for you into English!
Form of release:
Solution for external use.
10 grams of solution contain: 2.0 grams of salicylic acid, 0.5 grams of lactic acid, 0.2 grams of polydocanol.
Do not use if you are hypersensitive to salicylic acid or salicylates. It should not be used in the treatment of breastfed infants.
Method of application and dosages:
Apply one drop of the solution to the affected areas of the skin 1-2 times a day. For warts on the soles of the feet, a warm foot bath enhances the effect. The duration of treatment is determined individually. For adults, the maximum dose is 10 ml per day. Typically, corns can be removed after taking a warm foot bath within 3-4 days. For children, the maximum dose is 1 ml per day. When treating children, do not treat multiple areas of the skin simultaneously.
Caution: Use Callusol for external use only. It should not come into contact with the eyes. After use, the bottle should be tightly closed. If necessary, the course of treatment can be repeated. When using the maximum allowable daily dose, treatment should not exceed 1 week. In other cases, the duration of treatment is determined by a doctor.
Special instructions: The product should not be applied to moles, hairy warts, warts in the genital or facial area. It should not be used in patients with kidney problems. Avoid getting the product in your eyes. If this happens, rinse the eyes with plenty of water. Close the bottle tightly after use! During pregnancy, the use of the product is only allowed when applied to a limited area of the skin. The use of the product may allow continued breastfeeding during treatment.
Stay healthy, friends!