Bazuka Extra Strength Gel

This gel helps get rid of verrucas and warts, which are painless and don’t cause any problems but are an unpleasant sight.

What is Bazuka and how does it work?

Bazuka contains an active ingredient of salicylic acid. This acid softens the skin so the removal process is easier and kills the virus which causes verrucas and warts.

Bazuka benefits

Warts present a small and fleshy type of lumps of skin that appear on your hands. Verrucas are warts that appear only on your feet, specifically the soles. Since these two infections are uncomfortable and unsightly, Bazuka can help in treating them easily, painless and quick.

How is Bazuka used?

Before starting the treatment with Bazuka, you should read the informative pamphlet which contains detailed information about the gel.

You should first soak your hands or feet for about 2 or 3 minutes in warm water because this helps soften the skin. Dry the affected area with a towel. Use a different towel for contaminated skin, as infection can be spread otherwise.

The gel should be applied in a thin layer only to the verruca or wart. Avoid getting the gel on the healthy skin and let it dry before touching anything. Since gel turns white after a while, on the next application first remove the residue and then do everything the same way.

Bazuka dosage

The proper Bazuka dose is once daily until verrucas and warts completely disappear. Bazuka is usually applied before bed and only to the affected area.

Some verrucas and warts can take up to 12 weeks to disappear, so the treatment can last for that long. However, follow the advice of your physician if they told you otherwise.

If it happens that you forgot to apply Bazuka, you can use it as soon as you remember. But if you swallow it by accident, go to the emergency room and bring the Bazuka package with you.

Bazuka side effects and precautions

Before you start the treatment with Bazuka Extra Strength Gel, make sure that it’s the right medication for your condition. You shouldn’t take Bazuka if you:

  • Are diabetic
  • Are allergic to salicylic acid or other ingredients
  • Have bad or slower circulation in your feet or hands

Consult your physician if you’re taking other medications because some can interact differently with others.

Bazuka might not be appropriate for breastfeeding and pregnant women, so make sure to consult your physician if you’re in one of these two groups.

This product should be used with caution and any area apart from the one affected with warts or verrucas should be avoided.

If you get an allergic reaction or a serious type of side effect, stop using Bazuka immediately and call your physician.

Where can I purchase Bazuka Extra Strength Gel online?

Bazuka is available for purchase at Tru Medical , and a prescription isn’t necessary. It is recommended that you read the informative pamphlet provided in the package before you start your treatment with Bazuka.