FAQs ABOUT KERASOL F LOTION
Q: What is KERASOL F LOTION used for?
A: KERASOL F LOTION is a combination of lactic acid and salicylic acid that is used to treat skin defects such as warts, verrucae, corns and calluses. Warts and verrucae are types of small, unnecessary growths on the skin occurring on fingers, the back of hands or the foot. They are caused by viruses and can spread from one person to another. Corns and calluses are hard, thick pads of skin caused by pressure and friction that occur on the feet and hands.
Q: How does KERASOL F LOTION work?
A: KERASOL F LOTION contains Lactic Acid and Salicylic Acid, which soften the hardened skin growth and allow it to be easily removed with a pumice stone or emery board in cases of corns and calluses. This medicine also helps in reducing the infection and its spread to other parts of the skin by killing the virus that causes warts and verrucae.
Q: How to use KERASOL F LOTION?
A: Always use KERASOL F LOTION as directed by your physician. It is for external use only. Apply only a thin layer of this medicine to the affected area. Do not apply excessively and do not apply to surrounding healthy skin, especially on young children’s delicate skin, because of irritation. Try to avoid spilling KERASOL F LOTION onto your clothing and your possessions, as it may cause damage. Take extreme care not to inhale its vapours and not apply it around your eyes, nose and mouth or to broken skin, cuts and grazes. Your doctor will determine the correct dose and duration for you depending on the type and severity of the infection.
Q: What if I apply KERASOL F LOTION to normal skin accidentally?
A: If you mistakenly apply KERASOL F LOTION on the areas of normal skin, it’s irritation. If this happens, In case it happens, wipe it off straight away with a tissue and if necessary, wash the area. It is better to apply a smaller amount, taking extra care to avoid spreading the product beyond the treatment area.
Q: What are the possible side effects of using KERASOL F LOTION?
A: A temporary, slight tingling sensation and some mild tenderness are seen in the area after applying KERASOL F LOTION and, in rare cases, may appear as a temporary blemish on the skin. Stop using KERASOL F LOTION and contact your doctor immediately if you experience unacceptable discomfort or persistent irritation at the application site.
Q: Where should I avoid using KERASOL F LOTION?
A: Do not apply KERASOL F LOTION on or near your face, armpits, breasts, bottom or genital area. Also avoid using it on birthmarks, moles, warts with hair growing from them or any other spots.
Q: How long should I use KERASOL F LOTION?
A: The duration of use of KERASOL F LOTION will vary depending on the size and resistance of the wart, verruca, corn or callus. It is important to continue the treatment with KERASOL F LOTION until the wart, verruca, corn or callus has disappeared (unless irritation occurs). Before using, consult your doctor and have a thorough skin examination.
Q: What if I inhale too much of KERASOL F LOTION?
A: Do not inhale [GBNKEYWOthe RD]. If you inhale the excess vapour, it may make you feel light-headed. In such a case, get plenty of fresh air and contact your doctor immediately if it worsens or persists for a long time.
Q: Can KERASOL F LOTION be used by children?
A: KERASOL F LOTION is not recommended for use in children under the age of two and must be used under the supervision of an adult in children under the age of twelve. Take care not to apply to surrounding healthy surfaces because this may irritate them. Consult your doctor before using.