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[Amazon.ca] Dr. Scholl’s FreezeAway Wart Remover, 12 Applications, $16.79 (S&S also available)

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[Amazon.ca] Dr. Scholl’s FreezeAway Wart Remover, 12 Applications, $16.79 (S&S also available)

For Common and Plantar Warts.

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I just buy at local pharmacy when needed... Do not buy if not required immediately. They do not last long, ie expiry

Brand doesn't matter IMHO... It just works...
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Does anyone know if this works with skin tags
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Go to the doctor and get it done properly and quickly for free
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Try this...

Upside down can of compressed air, shoot freezant into small cup, dip qtip into cold liquid, then freeze wart.

All at your own risk.
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Jun 4, 2007
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I bought a thermos like Dewar from ebay for like $20 years ago....so wait till I have a few skin tags...and go get that puppy filled with liquid Nitrogen for $20-$30 bucks ....after we are finished with the removals/freezing....I take it outside and dip bloomed flowers into it and then shatter them....so satisfying.
The liquid will last about 36 hours sparsely covered, not like a real Dewar as that will last weeks so I am told.
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For some reason, I read the title as "Dr. Seuss's FreezeAway Wart Remover" and I thought to myself, "huh, that sounds like a fun storybook that my kids might like.."
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Simby wrote: Go to the doctor and get it done properly and quickly for free
I know Skin tags are not covered by OHIP....and that was maybe 15 years ago when I asked....are you sure warts are still covered?
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g00f wrote: I know Skin tags are not covered by OHIP....and that was maybe 15 years ago when I asked....are you sure warts are still covered?
Could be province dependent but depending where they are on your body it may not be covered by OHIP. E.g. warts on hands are not technically covered, but your doctor may be willing to look past it.
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Ragas321 wrote: Does anyone know if this works with skin tags
Never used this product for that, but if you're looking for a cheap and effective way to get rid of skin tags, check out TagBand. They work great. Even better if you buy the knockoff version from China, as the price is a fraction of the brand name and it's 100% identical product. I paid like $4 for my TagBand kit.
Basically how it works is it allows you to place an incredibly small rubber band around the skin tag, cutting off blood supply to it. Within 3-7 days the skin tag will die and fall off.

There's also the mole removal pen, A device that burns the skin tag away within minutes. I also have one of these pens and think they work great. I used it on a couple skin tags on my shoulder and months later you can't even tell there was ever skin tags there.
The downside with the pen though is you are quite literally burning your flesh, so there is a smell that is not pleasant!

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Simby wrote: Go to the doctor and get it done properly and quickly for free
g00f wrote: I know Skin tags are not covered by OHIP....and that was maybe 15 years ago when I asked....are you sure warts are still covered?
HeyHowYaDoin wrote: Could be province dependent but depending where they are on your body it may not be covered by OHIP. E.g. warts on hands are not technically covered, but your doctor may be willing to look past it.
It would be province specific... but BC doesn't cover this either as this is considered cosmetics rather than medical
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or just use apple cider vinegar....cheaper and painless and actually works
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cream4389 wrote: or just use apple cider vinegar....cheaper and painless and actually works
ACV worked for one of my warts. The other was an animal, the only thing that worked was liquid nitrogen at the doc's

Other than that Ive had no success with any over the counter stuff
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It depends on the wart on how advanced it is. For newly discovered warts, this stuff works great as does ACV on a cotton ball + tape. For any deeply rooted warts, all it will do is kill the surfaced warts. Best to go to the doc and after 1-2 treatments, the warts are gone. I on
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dealjuice wrote: Try this...

Upside down can of compressed air, shoot freezant into small cup, dip qtip into cold liquid, then freeze wart.

All at your own risk.
This worked great for me, although I used an empty tube (ie. Pen body) with cotton shoved in the end. Spray the liquid in the other end to fill the cotton.

Also tape the area around the wart a few layers so that if any liquid runs off it won't get burn marks everywhere. And try a practice run first. Things will probably need a bit of adjusting to work well
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g00f wrote: I know Skin tags are not covered by OHIP....and that was maybe 15 years ago when I asked....are you sure warts are still covered?
Plantar warts and warts on the hand are covered in Alberta
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muffin4life wrote: It would be province specific... but BC doesn't cover this either as this is considered cosmetics rather than medical
Plantar warts and warts on the hand are covered in Alberta
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muffin4life wrote: It would be province specific... but BC doesn't cover this either as this is considered cosmetics rather than medical
I got my very aggressive plantar wart frozen off at my family doctor in Vancouver. I didn't pay anything and I went in every two weeks for four months. Tried this Dr. Scholls stuff first but it didn't do much. I've heard plantar ways are notoriously difficult to get rid of though.
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This stuff doesn't work. Instead get unripe bananas, cut out some parts of the skin and rub it on the wart. Also, you can tape some parts of the banana skin and leave it overnight.

After 5-7 days the wart will be gone.
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Reading this thread is weirdly satisfying. Like an episode of Dr. Pimplepopper

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