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Wart Cream Rx is a custom prescription cream made in a state-of-the-art pharmacy laboratory that uses key prescription ingredients carefully selected by your physician to treat your stubborn wart(s). The prescription wart cream may be used for the following types of warts:

  • Common Wart
  • Plantar Wart
  • Flat Warts
  • Filiform Warts
  • Periungual Warts
  • Genital Warts

Wart CreamRx uses a transdermal base that is clinically proven to deliver drugs through a patient's skin. Wart CreamRx also uses key FDA approved prescription ingredients that are carefully selected by your healthcare provider to optimize wart removal. Wart CreamRx is a custom made formulation created in our state-of-the-art laboratory. When used as directed by your healthcare provider, Wart CreamRX can help eliminate warts and decrease the time of therapy compared to standard over-the-counter therapies.

FAQ

Depending on where the wart is, it may be preferable to use a bandage to cover the wart, but it is not entirely necessary.
Wart CreamRx should be stored at room temperature unless your bottle has different directions.
Depending on the size and age of the wart, it may take anywhere from 2 to 6 weeks for the wart to disappear. There may not be any visible change in the size of the wart for the first few weeks of treatment, but eventually the wart should shrink and disappear.
For the maximum results, you should apply your Wart CreamRx once daily as directed by your healthcare provider. If you miss an application, apply Wart CreamRx as soon as you remember unless it is time of the next application. Frequently missing applications, may prolong the time it takes to see results.
Yes, you can use the cream under makeup, however, Wart CreamRx works best when it can be easily absorbed into the skin. Therefore, it is best to apply Wart CreamRx when your skin is clean and then allow time for it to dry completely before applying makeup.
Wart CreamRx can be used for genital warts ONLY under direct supervision of your healthcare provider. When using Wart CreamRx for genital warts, it is important to only apply the cream directly on the warts. DO NOT USE Wart CreamRx on the urethra or vagina.
Wart CreamRx is only available with a healthcare provider’s script because it uses pharmaceutical grade ingredients.
- A skin growth caused by a form of human papillomavirus (HPV).

- There are more than 100 known types of HPV.

- HPV infects the top layer of skin, usually entering the body through an area of broken skin.

- HPV causes the top layer of skin to grow rapidly, forming a wart.

- Other HPV types infect the genital tract causing genital warts and cancers of the anal and genital regions.

- Warts can grow anywhere on the body. They are most common among children and young adults.

- HPV can be passed from person to person by close physical contact or from a surface touched by a person with a wart.

- There are as many as 10 different types of warts, they all look different and form n various parts of the body.
Anyone with a wart can use Wart CreamRx. When used as directed, it is safe for all ages. To avoid irritation, do not let this medication come into contact with you eyes, nose, mouth, or any broken skin. Slight burning, skin redness, and/or peeling may occur, these side effects are expected. If any of these side effects worsen, immediately consult your healthcare provider or pharmacist.

Some people may be sensitive to Wart CreamRx ingredients. If you experience: spreading skin redness around the treated area, signs of infections (e.g., pus, milky/bloody discharge), or a formation of a deep sore (ulcer) at the treatment site, stop using Wart CreamRx immediately and contact the pharmacy or your healthcare provider.

A very serious allergic reaction to this drug is rare, however, seek immediate medical attention or call 911 if you notice any symptoms of a serious allergic reaction, including: rash, itching/swelling (especially of the face/tongue/throat), severe dizziness, or trouble breathing. This is not a complete list of possible side effects. If you notice other side effects not listed above, contact one of our specialized Pharmacists or your healthcare provider immediately.
The best thing about Wart CreamRx is that it is effective on all types of warts!

Common Warts

Grow most often on the hands, but they may be anywhere on the body.

They are rough, shaped like a dome, and gray-brown in color.

Plantar Warts

Grow on the soles of the feet.

They look like hard, thick patches of skin with dark specks. They may cause pain when walking and may feel like stepping on a pebble.

Flat Warts

Usually grow on the face, arms, or legs.

They are small (usually smaller than an eraser on the end of a pencil), have flat tops, and can be pink, light brown, or light yellow.

Filiform Warts

Usually grow around the mouth, nose, or bread area.

They are the same color as your skin and have growths that look like threads protruding from the area.

Periungual Warts

Grow under and around the toenails and fingernails.

They look like rough bumps with an uneven surface and border. They can affect nail growth.

Genital Warts

Located near or on the genital areas.

They can be flat or raised, single or many, small or large.

They tend to be whitish or flesh colored.

They are not always easy to see with the naked eye.

Imiquimod:

Works by helping the body’s immune system fight viruses.

Imiquimod has been approved for use on genital warts and can used for hard-to-treat common warts.

Cimetidine:

H2-receptor antagonist creates an alkaline environment for the wart.

Used to treat warts because of its immunomodulatory effects.

2-deoxy-D-glucose (2-dG or D.D.G.):

Exhibits antiviral properties.

Inhibits the multiplication of several enveloped RNA and DNA viruses which lead to a defect in the essential replication function of the virus.

5-Fluorouracil (5-FU):

Chemotherapy and antiviral agent that prevents cell replication and proliferation of the virus.

Salicylic Acid

A keratolytic, or peeling agent; works by causing the outer layer of skin to shed.

Available over-the-counter at a lower concentration.

1.) Wart CreamRx should be directly applied to the wart once daily, or as directed by your healthcare provider.

2.) It is recommended that you wear gloves and use a sterile applicator when using this product.

3.) When instructed, rub the Wart CreamRx directly into the wart for a few seconds with a gloved hand and sterile applicator.

4.) DO NOT USE Wart CreamRx ON HEALTHY SKIN. It is important to apply the Wart CreamRx directly on the wart to prevent damage to healthy skin tissue surrounding the affected area.

5.)Please pay close attention, most custom copounded cream(s) have a beyond use date (BUD) of 30 days and should be properly discarded after this time.