Common Wart and Verruca Treatment

Common Wart and Verruca Treatment

Warts and verrucae are small lumps that form on the skin as a result of a virus. Most people will have a wart or verruca at some point in their life. Find the right medication for your needs below.

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What are warts and verrucae?

Warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and appear as raised bumps on the skin. Warts are contagious and may sometimes be painful but they are generally not dangerous. A verruca is a wart on the sole of the foot and are sometimes known as 'plantar warts'.

How do you treat a wart or verruca?

Sometimes warts can clear up on their own but during this time they can still spread to others. You can treat warts on your own with nonprescription medication or by soaking them in water and manually removing them.

10%
of people in the UK may have warts at any one time

According to Patient.info, about 1 in 10 people in the UK are likely to have warts at any one time.

33%
of children are likely to have warts at any one time

According to Patient.info, almost as many as 1 in 3 children or young people may have warts.

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“There are a number of different ways to treat warts and verrucas. Some people may choose to do nothing and let the wart or verruca go away on its own, while others may opt for more aggressive treatment methods. One popular over-the-counter treatment for warts is salicylic acid. This can be found in various forms, such as gels, creams, liquids, and pads. It works by causing the outer layer of the skin to peel off, taking the wart with it.

It’s important to follow the directions on the package carefully when using these products!”

Dr Sameer Nakedar
MBBS (London), MRCGP, PGCert
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What are the types of warts?

Types of warts include common warts, filiform warts, flat warts, genital warts, periungual warts and plantar and palmar warts.

What are the common warts on hands?

The most common types of warts on the hands are called common warts. These are small and grainy bumps that feel rough when touched.

How long does it take to receive my order?

All orders placed before 14:00 from Monday to Friday will be dispatched that day. The orders are sent using 24 Hour Tracked delivery provided by Royal Mail. Items will usually arrive the very next day after the order has been placed. We also provide tracking for your orders to check the status and location of your parcel.

How is the medication packaged?

All our medication is packaged in plain confidential padded white or brown envelopes. This ensures that your orders are discreet, and the content of the orders will be for your eyes only.

Can I return my order?

For non-medicinal products, you are eligible to return the product within 14 days of receipt in the same packaging you received. For medicinal products, you are eligible to cancel the order only until it has been dispatched. From that point forward, you are no longer eligible to return the order.

Is this medication suitable for me?

Please get in touch with a doctor if you are unsure what medication is suitable for you. You can also complete our online consultation form to check your eligibility for the product.

Why am I suddenly getting warts?

You most likely have got a wart from having direct contact with a wart, touching something that has been contaminated by a virus, sexual intercourse (genital warts), nail biting or cuticle picking or shaving.

What happens if a wart or verruca is left untreated?

Warts will usually go away on their own. They can persist for one to two years before the body recognises the virus and fights it off. Some warts/verruca are highly contagious and will spread if left untreated.

What is an online consultation?

An online consultation checks if you are eligible to purchase the product. Some products only require an online consultation which approximately takes 1 minute to complete, enabling you to buy the product. Other products will also require a prescription; in this case, you will need to complete the online consultation, and then one of our partner pharmacy prescribers or doctors will review the online consultation questions and approve the order for delivery if you are eligible to purchase the item.

When will my order be delivered?

If you have placed an order before 14:00 Monday to Friday, you will receive the order the next day.

Can I cancel my order?

You have the right to cancel your order for medication up to the point when your medication is dispatched.

Can I order this if I am under 18 years old?

No, we do not accept orders from individuals under 18. All orders must be placed by adults only.