Warticon is a genital wart treatment which is available as a cream and as a solution form. It is used for warts on the foreskin of the penis in men or external warts on the vagina in females. The active ingredient in Warticon is podophyllotoxin. Podophyllotoxin is a plant extract which belongs a group of medicines called ‘antivirals’. Genital warts are cause by a virus called Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and Warticon is a safe and effective topical treatment which is available to buy online through our website.
Warticon works by effectively attacking the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) which is responsible for causing genital warts. It prevents the virus from developing and spreading. By following continued use of Warticon as directed by the prescriber genital warts can be eradicated.
Warticon cream or solution should be applied every 12 hours (twice a day) for 3 consecutive days follow by a 4 days gap. This is considered as one treatment course. The treatment can be repeated for a maximum number of 4 courses. If the warts have not cleared after a full 4 course of treatments you should consult your GP or sexual health clinic for alternate treatment options.
Warticon is one of the safest and most effective treatments available to treat genital warts.
Following correct use, you should see result within a matter of weeks!
Your wart should be cleared after 4 full course of treatments. You should consult your GP or sexual health clinic for alternate treatment options if the warts have not cleared after a full 4 course of treatments.
Warticon 0.15% cream and Warticon 0.5% solution both contain the same active ingredient Podophyllotoxin. Even though cream is easier to apply, research suggests that Podophyllotoxin 0.5% solution may have slightly greater level of effectiveness compared to its counterpart Podophyllotoxin 0.15% cream.
Like all medicines, Warticon can cause side effects, although not everybody will get them. It can cause local irritation after second or third day of application and decreases after treatment is discontinued. In most cases the reactions are minor but if you experience any of the following serious side effects you should stop using Warticon and seek emergency medical attention:
severe burning, stinging, pain, bleeding, itching or swelling of the treated skin. If these symptoms occur, wash Warticon off from your skin with soap and water immediately.
Warticon and Adlara are both genital wart treatments whereas Warticon contain the active ingredient Podophyllotoxin and Aldara is an immune response modifier.
Generally, Warticon treatments are cheaper than Aldara cream.
Aldara cream is more effective at preventing the recurrence of an outbreak than Warticon.
You can see faster result with Warticon treatments as it takes up to 4 weeks to take full effect whereas Aldara cream takes up to16 weeks to work.