Calicida Indiano Skin Solution 12ml
Medication indicated for the extraction of all types of calluses and warts.
O Indian Kale it is indicated for the extraction of all types of calluses and warts.
Active substance: Salicylic Acid: 193 mg / ml and Lactic Acid: 232 mg / ml
Indian Calicide is a product that combines drugs with keratolytic action - Salicylic and caustic acid - Lactic acid.
Salicylic acid is used externally on the skin, where it exerts a mild antiseptic and marked keratolytic action. It is one of the most used keratolytics, manifesting these properties in concentrations greater than 2%, this effect being attributed to the solubilization of the intercellular cement (keratin) of the corneal layer.
Lactic acid being weak caustic causes tissue destruction at the application site and can therefore be used to induce flaking of the horny epithelium. Therefore, it reinforces the keratolytic effect of Salicylic Acid.
The Collodion, which is part of the list of excipients of the Indian Calicide solution, gives rise to a flexible, adherent and continuous film when applied on the skin, being, therefore, a means of protection of the external environment and the appropriate vehicle for the administration of the Indian Calicide. .
Posology and method of administration:
CALLS - Make the application for 5 to 6 days at bedtime and when getting up, so that the callus is covered with Indian Calicide. Allow to dry well and preferably use a bandage or adhesive to cover the callus in order to prevent the kaleide from being removed.
For good callus extraction, it is necessary not to interrupt the application of Indian Kale for 5 to 6 days.
After finishing with the treatment with Indian Calicide, give the callus region a long bath of hot water, then you can easily highlight the callus with the help of your nail. It is advisable not to pull the calluses from the gallows to avoid bleeding. Under these conditions, apply a few more days the Indian Kallicide until the complete callus extraction.
So, in very hard, resistant calluses and bunions, proceed with the application of Indian Kallikide in the morning and at night until the callus falls by itself, without the aid of the nail or a long hot bath.
After 2 or 3 days after the callus extraction, if you continue to apply Indian Kallikida in the same place where the callus was removed, you will obtain a very thin and malleable skin in that region.
WARTS - Proceed with the application of Indian Kallicide in the morning and at night until its complete extraction, preferably also using an adhesive to cover the wart.
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