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A super fix for those pesky warts

Many people suffer from warts, those irritating and unsightly growths which are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV).  In addition to being ugly, warts have the tendency to recur.  The good news is that the removal of warts can effectively be dealt with at home using Kroko WartFix.

Kroko WartFix® is a waterproof, flexible liquid which when applied, and once dry, forms a protective covering that will not wash off whilst acting on removing warts.  Warts can occur anywhere on the body but are most common on the hands, feet, knees and elbows as hard protuberances with a “cauliflower like” appearance.  The Kroko WartFix® bottle has an easy-to-apply cap applicator which ensures minimum mess and wastage. Warts should be treated morning and night until the wart completely disappears.

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*The Kroko WartFix® insert leaflet should be read carefully before starting treatment and use just enough liquid to cover the wart.  Avoid applying the liquid treatment to the skin surrounding the wart and cover it with a plaster if the wart is large or on a part of skin used often, like the hands.

Warning:  Kroko WartFix® is for external use only and should not be used on broken skin, an open wound or on the face.

Kroko WartFix® sells for R116 and this along with the full range of Kroko Health products is available from Clicks, Dis-Chem and independent pharmacies.

Please email [email protected] if you are unable to find a Kroko product in a store near you.                                                                                                  www.kroko.co.za


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