How to replace the patch Salipod, analogues
Direct analogue of the patch Salipod with a similar composition does not exist. However, other adhesive plasters have a similar keratolytic effect, for example:
In addition, instead of patches you can use the ointment: Flexitol, Hemozol, Verrukacid, Papillek, Denavtilin, etc.
The plaster Kompid from corns has several varieties at once: from dry and wet growths, from natoptys, etc. The composition of the product is represented by croscarmellose sodium, gelatin, and resins. The manufacturer is a well-known company Johnson and Johnson.
Many patients instead of the patch successfully use a special solution Verrukatsid consisting of phenol, meta-cresol and alcohol. The liquid produces a cauterizing effect, folding the protein portion of the skin. Verrukacid is indicated to get rid of warts, papillomas, condylomas, keratomas, dry callused growths. Moles do not remove this drug.
Some people are wondering if a lidocaine plaster will help with corns? Such a patch does not have a keratolytic effect, its purpose is the relief of neuropathic pain. Therefore, in case of callous formations, its use is inexpedient.
Lap pens are another easy-to-use tool that allows you to safely remove a wart, papilloma and other similar pathological growths in just three days. The composition of the product is represented by potassium and silver nitrates.
Salicylic ointment is perhaps the cheapest option for callus, but it does not take more than one week to treat (and you will have to apply the ointment several times a day). The optimal concentration of salicylic ointment to remove skin growths - 10%. More active similar drugs are Hemosol, Ugrokor and Kerasal.
If you apply the patch Salipod competently and in accordance with the instructions, you can successfully and in a short time to eliminate the problematic growth. Many patients share their tricks to enhance the effect of treatment:
- pre-steamed and dried skin is better treatable, since the active ingredients of the plaster impregnate penetrate into the tissue faster;
- do not combine treatment with a plaster and taking resorcinol or zinc oxide;
- if you accidentally stuck the tool wrong, and skin irritation happened, then the treatment is better to be postponed for several days, until complete healing and restoration of the skin;
- Removing the patch should not be sharp: no need to make a breakthrough, you need to remove carefully and gradually.
Salipod plaster really performs its task - to get rid of dry skin growths. However, to remove moles such a tool is not used: the procedure is carried out only in the surgical department or in a special clinic, but not at home.