Callusol is a useful remedy for removing warts, corns or calluses. Callusol is available in the form of a liquid external drug that is sold freely.
Callusol contains 0.2 grams of salicylic acid, 0.05 grams of lactic acid, and 0.02 grams of polidocanol. Callusol works by softening the hardened skin caused by warts, warts, or calluses, thereby speeding up the process of exfoliating and replacing skin cells. This medicine should not be used on areas of healthy skin, moles, or birthmarks.
What is Callusol
|Benefit||Removes warts, corns or calluses|
Salicylic acid in Callusol for pregnant and lactating women
Category C: Salicylic acid has been shown in animal studies to have an adverse effect on the fetus, but there have been no controlled studies in pregnant women.
Drugs should only be used if the expected benefit outweighs the risk to the fetus.
It is not yet known whether Callusol can be absorbed into breast milk or not. If you are breastfeeding, do not use this medicine without consulting your doctor first.
|Drug form||External drug liquid|
Warning Before Using Callusol
There are several things that you should pay attention to before using Callusol, including:
- Do not use Callusol if you are allergic to the ingredients contained in this drug.
- It is best to avoid using Callusol if you have diabetes or peripheral artery disease .
- Consult your doctor about using Callusol if you have kidney disease .
- Do not use Callusol on your eyes, face, inner layer of skin (mucosa), open wounds, genital warts, moles , or hairy warts.
- Consult with your doctor first if you want to use Callusol together with certain drugs, supplements or herbal products.
- First consult the use of Callusol with your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
- Do not apply Callusol to the breast area, especially if you are breastfeeding.
- See a doctor immediately if an allergic reaction occurs after using Callusol.
Dosage and Rules for Use Callusol
To treat warts , eyelets , or calluses , apply Callusol to the affected skin 1-2 times a day, until the warts, eyelets, or calluses are removed.
How to Use Callusol Correctly
Callusol is only used on skin that has warts, calluses, or fish eyes. This medicine should not be used on healthy skin.
Always read the information on the drug packaging or consult a doctor before using this drug.
Apply the liquid to the skin that has corns, warts, or calluses using the brush found on the Callusol bottle cap. Smooth it onto the skin and leave it for 5 minutes.
Cover the part of the skin that has been smeared with Callusol with gauze or a plaster. After a few hours, remove the plaster and wash the skin with warm water.
Store Callusol at room temperature and avoid exposure to direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children.
Callusol Interactions with Other Drugs
The salicylic acid in Callusol can increase the absorption of other topical medications. In addition, taking salicylic acid along with acne medications, such as topical adapalene or tretinoin , can increase the risk of developing dry skin or skin irritation.
To be on the safe side, consult your doctor if you plan to use Callusol simultaneously with other drugs.
Callusol Side Effects and Dangers
Although rare, there are some side effects that can appear after using Callusol, namely irritation of the skin which can be characterized by the appearance of redness, heat, and peeling of the skin.
Check with your doctor if these side effects do not subside and get worse. Immediately see a doctor if there is a possible allergic reaction to the drug or an ulcer or wound with pus appears on the skin that is smeared with this product.