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Wartie Freeze Wart & Plantar Wart Remover has been developed to provide the ideal combination of performance, precision, and ease of use:

1. Fast
Wartie has been designed to be easy to use. Wartie is ready to use right out of the package and does not require assembly of small pieces.

2. Precise
Wartie precisely freezes the wart by applying cold via a metal tip. The dome shape of the metal tip allows precise sizeable application of the cold to the wart. Other over-the-counter products are not as precise.

3. Effective
The freezing power of Wartie has been compared to a number of other cryotherapy products. Wartie has an outstanding freezing performance, keeping the wart below 0°C for longer. This is crucial in ensuring successful treatment.

How does Wartie work? 

Wartie precisely freezes the wart or plantar wart to the core, due to its unique precision tip. The rounded shape of Wartie’s cryo tip allows accurate application limited to the wart, avoiding touching the surrounding healthy skin, resulting in a more pain-free application. 

Is Wartie suitable for children? 

Yes, Wartie is suitable for children aged 4+.

How do I use Wartie? 

1. Remove the cap and place the can on a table or flat surface holding it by the collar. 
2. Firmly hold the collar between your thumb and index finger, twist the cone in counter clockwise direction with your other hand and firmly push down the cone for 3 seconds without touching the metal tip. You will now hear the activation sound (hiss). 
3. Be sure the cone twists back to zero automatically to lock the system before applying the product. Wait for 2 seconds while the metal tip freezes. 
4. Precisely apply the frozen metal tip on the wart (hand) for 20 seconds or on the plantar wart (foot) for 40 seconds to freeze it. 

When you apply the frozen Wartie tip on warts or plantar warts, a slight aching sensation can occur as a result of the freezing process. This is normal and should disappear within a few hours.