Do not use on children under 4 years because it is uncertain how Freeze Away may affect the child's skin. Do not use on moles, birthmarks, warts with hair growing from them, genital (on penis or vaginal areas) warts, or on warts on the face or mucous membranes (such as inside mouth, nose, anus, genitals, lips, ears or near eyes).
Treating these areas with Freeze Away will result in worsening of the condition and possible further infection.
If you treat a skin condition as a wart with Freeze Away and it is not a wart, you delay proper treatment.


If you do not use Freeze Away exactly as these directions say to use it, or if you use it on any condition that is not a common or plantar wart, it may cause serious burns, permanent scarring of the skin, or blindness. Contents are hazardous if swallowed, breathed, sprayed on body parts other than warts, or exposed to heat. If a wart or part of it is still there two weeks after treatment, you may then safely treat it again. Don't chicken out and just use the corner, FOLLOW DIRECTIONS and just slam that puppy down on the wart, suck it up because it DOES sting, and count to 20.


It took off two warts on the back of my hand in one use, and a huge, ugly nasty wart of my husband's thumb in two uses. That's three warts gone for the cost of Chinese takeout, and no dragging the 3 year old to a dermatologist.



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