What is Ibokorori liquid for moles and warts?
Ibokorori liquid with collodion and salicylic acid is especially effective in treating hard warts that have a rough surface, particularly on the hands and feet. It is painless and safe, unlike cryotherapy. However, the treatment with salicylic acids is as effective as the cryotherapy with Nitroge while it can be used at home without special knowledge or training.
Ibokorori liquid is safe for adults and children over 7 years of age. When using for children, please make sure it's the adult who applies the medicine.
Active principles: salicylic acid, collodion
Amount: 6 g
Maker: Yokoyama Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., Akashi, Hyogo, Japan
How to use
Clean and dry the affected area. Then, apply the liquid to the affected area using the stick attached. Use 4 times a day.
It is best to apply the medicine to warm skin after a shower, bath, or towel compress. Within a few minutes, the dry white layer will cover the area. You can then take a bath or shower once the dry white layer has formed. It won't affect the effectiveness of the medicine.
Before reapplying the medicine, remove the white layer and dead skin cells first. Applying the medicine again over the white layer will decrease its effectiveness.
Use the tweezers to remove the wart's core when it becomes too hard. Continue this process until all warts are gone.
Contraindications: do not use for these categories of patients:
- Children under 7 years of age
- Breastfeeding or pregnant women
- Patients with diabetes mellitus
- Patients with warts on their neck, face, or mucous membranes,
- Patients with multiple warts in the same area, such as genital, anal, or water warts.
Eyes should not be in contact with this medication. If the medicine accidentally touched the eye, wash the eye immediately with water. If such symptoms as redness, pain, or itching appear, consult with an ophthalmologist immediately
Use with caution around inflamed or wounded areas.
Although the area affected by the treatment may appear darker, it is temporary and the skin will usually return to its normal color after the treatment.
If the small warts aren't completely treated after a month, discontinue treatment and consult a dermatologist. For larger warts tit may take several months for the complete eradication.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patient needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.