EndWarts® FREEZE is the only home treatment device containing nitrous oxide, which is a very cold gas.
Ultra Freeze Technology™ ensures the device starts at a very low temperature (-80°C compared with most treatments freezing at -50°C) which is maintained during application, so the deepest layer of the wart can be reached.
A recent clinical study evaluated cryotherapies and found EndWarts® FREEZE to deliver significant results with good tolerability, described as user friendly and effective.1
Due to the temperature of the gas, after just a few seconds of use, the core of the wart will be reached and destroyed. As a result, only one treatment is usually needed and warts should disappear within 14 days.1-2 However, older or larger warts may need more than one treatment, particularly if they are on the soles of the feet.
Uses / Instructions
Before first use:
Screw one full turn until the star is back into the shaded zone, some force is needed. Don’t worry if you turn the star past the shaded zone. EndWarts® FREEZE is now activated.
Then follow these simple steps:
Place EndWarts® FREEZE on a flat and stable surface. Hold EndWarts® FREEZE with a steady grip with one hand so it does not slip. With the other hand, push the device downward with enough pressure for 2 long seconds. There should be a hissing sound.
Remove the cap. You should see ice vapour. Use the product immediately! If there is no ice vapour, repeat the Load step.
Immediately press the tip of EndWarts® FREEZE firmly against the wart. For best results, the time is crucial. Use a clock or count out loud slowly:
- 15 seconds on hands, fingers and arms
- 40 seconds on feet
After treating the wart, put the cap back on and store in a refrigerator.
Do not use EndWarts® FREEZE:
- On children under the age of four
- On the face, groin, genitals, scalp or mucosa
- On healthy skin (skin without warts)
- On warts located on sensitive skin; take particular care when treating areas of thin skin
- If the wart and/or surrounding skin is bleeding or open, irritated, itchy, infected or red
- If you are not sure the growth is a common wart, we recommend seeking professional advice
- On moles, corns, blisters, other skin defects or anything that might be skin cancer (melanoma)
- On liquid filled vesicles on the skin (called ‘molluscum contagiosum’) or any other vesicles or blisters.
- If pregnant or a nursing mother
- On persons with diabetes and/or problems with blood circulation or blood clotting
- On multiple warts at the same time if they are located close together. Wait 14 days before you treat the next wart.
• Blisters (possible blood blisters) around the treated area – which
varies from case to case, see Section 2, ‘After using EndWarts
• The skin losing its colour- called “depigmentation”.
• Minor burns and scar formation.
• Risk of skin/nerve damage (in case of overexposure).
• Transient disturbed sensation (tingling, prickling feeling).
One package includes one EndWarts FREEZE cartridge (7,5g
nitrous oxide liq.), a set of 6 disposable tips and one Instruction