corn medicated plasters that are clinically proven to remove corns within a 10 day treatment period.
Each Medicated Corn Cap contains Active Ingredient 40% Salicylic Acid Also contains Peanut Oil, Yellow Beeswax, Partially Hydrogenated Wood Rosin, Vegetable Triglyceride, E124 Ponceau 4R E110 Sunset Yellow
Directions for Use. 1. Clean and dry the feet to ensure adhesion. 2. Remove a corn cap from the backing paper and position the felt ring over the corn. 3. Firmly fix in position with adhesive straps. When properly applied it should not slip or move. 4. Change the corn cap every two days until the corn is easily removed. A maximum of five corn caps should be used per corn. 5. No more than three corns to be treated at one time. Caution. For external use only. Corn Caps contain peanut oil. If you are allergic to peanut or soya, do not use Corn Caps. NOT TO BE USED BY DIABETICS. Children under 15 years old and people with circulatory disorders should seek professional medical advice before use. Do not apply if skin is inflamed or broken. While using corn caps apply no other medicated product to your corn and do not use corn caps for any other purpose. If symptoms persist consult your doctor. Do not use after the expiry date shown. A mild degree of discomfort or soreness may be experienced while using this product. Very occasionally itching, irritation or sensitivity may occur. In these circumstances remove the dressing, clean the area and discontinue use. Report any unwanted effects to your pharmacist or doctor.
Store at less than 30°C, away from direct sources of heat and humidity. Keep out of reach and sight of children.
DO NOT USE IF DIABETIC
DO NOT USE ON BROKEN SKIN
DO NOT USE WITH ANY OTHER CORN TREATMENT
RESULTS MAY VARY FOR INDIVIDUALS
RESULTS ARE NOT GARUNTEED
MAY LEAVE NEW SKIN A LIGHTER COLOR
NOT TO REPLACE MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS
IF ALLERGIC REACTION DISCONTINUE USE
OUTCOMES MAY VARY
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Easy way to remove troublesome corns
They worked within a few days to remove a large corn I had been trying to remove for ages. The medicated plater stuck well to the area and within 3 days the area where the it had been just peeled away to my relief. This is by far the best way to remove stubborn corns.
Don’t over use it and get rid of the dead skin
My sister tried it but it did not work for her
Don't take them off early otherwise you'll make it look even worse! Leave it on until it’s ready to come off! It left my skin slightly lighter in color where the corn was but looks much better than the ugly corn I just put a little foundation on it