What are the most common side effects?
Redness and irritation around the wart(s) is common and can be minimized with careful application to the wart, avoiding the surrounding skin. Mild to moderate burning and soreness can be expected especially towards the end of the treatment. This means WartPeel is penetrating from the epidermis, the top layer of the skin where the wart lives, to the dermis, the layer underneath that is bright red and has many nerves.
Though uncommon, additional adverse effects include allergic contact dermatitis, and itchiness. There are no known incidences of scarring to date. It is believed the WartPeel is not strong enough to scar the skin. Call your doctor or get medical help if you have any side effects that bother you or do not go away.