Glutarol 10% Cutaneous Solution 10ml
- Effective Treatment For Warts And Verrucas
- Prevents Infection From Spreading
- Kills Virus Causing The Wart/Verruca
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Glutarol Cutaneous Solution is a paint for treating warts and verrucas. The active ingredient of this product is glutaraldehyde which works by killing the virus that causes the wart or verruca.
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Glutarol 10% w/w Cutaneous Solution
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Glutarol Wart Paint
Glutarol Wart Paint is a paint for treating warts and verrucas. Known as warts and verrucas, these growths on the skin are caused by a type of virus. Often occurring on the fingers, or the back of hands, you usually identify a wart by the rough “cauliflower-like” appearance. Verrucas on the other hand only appear on the sole of the foot. They look like a small white ring of skin with a black dot in the centre and can be painful.
The active ingredient contained in Glutarol Wart Paint works by killing the virus responsible for the wart or verruca. It begins by drying out the wart/verruca and surrounding skin, preventing the virus from spreading further.
Glutarol Wart Treatment
Do not use Glutarol Wart Treatment if you are allergic to glutaraldehyde or any of the other ingredients of Glutarol Wart Paint listed in the patient information leaflet.
- Do not use Glutarol Wart Treatment anywhere on or near the face, bottom or genital areas.
- Do not use this product on moles, birthmarks, warts with hairs growing from them or any other spots.
Take special care when using Glutarol Wart Treatment:
- If you are unsure whether you have a wart or verruca that is suitable for treatment with Glutarol, ask your doctor or pharmacist before starting treatment.
- Apply it carefully, to the wart or verruca only, by painting it on using the applicator attached to the inside of the cap:
- Take care not to apply Glutarol Wart Treatment to surrounding healthy skin, especially on young children’s delicate skin, because this may cause irritation;
- Do not apply excessive amounts.
- Keep Glutarol Wart Treatment away from your eyes, nose, and mouth, and from broken skin, cuts and grazes.
- Avoid spillage as this may cause damage to you, your clothing and your possessions.
- Glutarol Wart Treatment is volatile and flammable. Do not use it near flames or ignition sources.
- Avoid inhaling the vapour, as it can be harmful.
Glutarol Wart Treatment-How Often?
A common question we often see online is “Glutarol Wart Treatment-How Often?
Only use Glutarol Cutaneous Solution on warts and verrucas which your doctor or pharmacist has recommended it.
For adults, children and the elderly:
Repeat the following twice daily until the wart or verruca disappears:
- Soak the affected area in hot, soapy water for 2 to 3 minutes.
- Dry the area thoroughly with your own towel (this will help stop the infection from spreading to other people).
- Gently rub away any loose hard skin from the surface of the wart or verruca with an emery board or piece of pumice stone;
- Do not let anyone else use the emery board or pumice stone as the infection may spread to them.
- Unscrew the cap of the bottle and, using the applicator attached to the inside of the cap, carefully apply two coats of Glutarol Wart Paint to the top of the wart or verruca only:
- Avoid spreading onto surrounding healthy skin;
- Allow the first coat to dry for a few minutes before applying the second coat.
- There is no need to cover the wart or verruca with a plaster.
- The length of treatment will vary depending on the size and resistance of the wart or verruca:
- Some may go in a relatively short time
- Some warts and verrucas can require up to 12 weeks treatment before they disappear
- It is important that you do not give up on treatment until the wart, or verruca has disappeared (unless irritation occurs)
- If you have any concerns about the wart or verruca during treatment seek advice from your doctor or pharmacist; if the wart or verruca has not disappeared after twelve weeks of treatment ask your doctor or pharmacist for further advice.
If you’re still unsure about “Glutarol Wart Treatment-How Often?” please speak with your doctor or pharmacist. Depending on how long you’ve been treating your wart or verruca, other treatments may be necessary such as freezing the wart/verruca.
If you’re already using Glutarol Solution and the treatment doesn’t seem to helping or improving the situation, go see a GP. Your GP may be able to freeze the verruca so it falls off a few weeks later. This option will only be available if you’ve already tried traditional treatment, such as using Glutarol Solution.
In order to stop verrucas and warts from returning or appearing on other parts of the body, it’s important to be clean and hygienic. The following precautions can help protect against warts and verrucas in the future:
- Don’t touch other people’s warts or verrucae.
- Towels, sock or shoes should not be shared with others.
- Around pools, avoid walking around barefoot and wear flip flops instead.
- If you’ve had to touch a verruca or wart, make sure to wash your hands after.
- Socks should be changed daily if a verruca is present.
Glutarol Cutaneous Solution
The following instructions are for scenarios where the gel accidently gets onto normal skin, into the eyes or mouth and if any of the vapour is inhaled.
If the Glutarol Cutaneous Solution accidently gets onto normal skin, wipe it off straight away with a tissue, and, if necessary, wash the area.
If the solution accidently gets into the eyes or mouth, it may cause damage. Rinse the eyes or mouth with plenty of water. If rinsing one eye, take care to avoid washing product into the other eye. Then seek urgent hospital attention.
If a lot of the vapour is inhaled from the solution it may cause light-headedness. If this happens, get plenty of fresh air.
If you forget to use Glutarol Cutaneous Solution, don’t worry. Occasionally forgetting to use this product isn’t an issue, just carry on using it when you remember.
Glutarol For Verrucas
Like with all medications, Glutarol for verrucas can cause side effects although not everybody gets them.
- Very rarely a severe irritation reaction may occur particularly when Glutarol For Verrucas is used on the hands or if it is used excessively and allows to spread onto surrounding normal skin. If a severe reaction occurs, stop using this product and tell your doctor or pharmacist.
- Very occasionally mild local skin rashes and skin irritation may occur. If this happens, apply a smaller amount, taking extra care to avoid spreading the product beyond the wart or verruca, and reapply less often.
- Treated skin will be stained brown. This is normal and will disappear after you stop treating your wart or verruca.
- If you spill Glutarol for verrucas on your clothes, fabrics, jewellery or metal and polished surfaces it may damage them permanently.
If any of the Glutarol for verrucas side effects get serious, or you notice other side effects not mentioned in the patient information leaflet, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.
Glutarol Verruca Treatment
Glutarol Verruca Treatment works because of the active ingredient called glutaraldehyde. Glutaraldehyde kills the virus responsible for warts and verrucas. It does this by hardening the upper layer of skin, making it tough and white in colour. The layer of skin Glutarol Verruca Treatment was applied to will then start to wear away. Once the skin has worn away, the new skin that grows in its place will be healthy and free from the virus.
Using other medications when using Glutarol Verruca Treatment
This product is not known to affect, or to be affected by any other medicines.
Using Glutarol Verruca Treatment whilst pregnant or breastfeeding
This verruca treatment can be used during pregnancy and whilst breast feeding. The ingredients have been in widespread use in this and similar preparations for years, without reports of problems. However, it should be noted that no safety trials have been conducted.
Glutarol Vs Salactol
Glutarol vs Salactol are both great treatment options for treating verrucas and warts. Both have different active ingredients. Glutarol contains glutaraldehyde whilst Salactol contains salicylic acid and lactic acid.
As said above, Glutaraldehyde helps isolate the virus by killing the top layer of skin and replacing it with healthy, virus free skin.
Both salicylic acid and lactic acid are known as medicines called keratolytics. When applied to the skin, they break down the protein called keratin that is responsible for protecting the skin. Once the gel is applied directly to warts, verrucas, calluses and corns, it causes the cells in the affected area to soften and shed.
It’s worth trying one over the other rather than choosing the best between Glutarol vs Salactol straight away. If one doesn’t seem to help at the beginning, try switching to the other and asking if your doctor or pharmacist can help out.
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Does Glutarol Work?
Another common question we often see online is “Does Glutarol work?”
Yes, it does work but depending on the individual and the size of their wart/verruca, treatment can be prolonged. It can take up to twelve weeks before any improvement is seen and without treatment, maybe months or years.
There are plenty of people who have posted before and after photos online once their treatment is complete.
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