How to Use Bio-T
Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results, therefore results may vary.
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Thank you for your order. Our customers are our most important asset and we are constantly seeking their input to ensure satisfaction. Recently, it has come to our attention that some of our clients are trying to treat too many warts or moles at one time. We recommend that you only treat one wart, mole, or skin tag at a time to insure that the product works at maximum efficiency. Treating more than one at a time places a great demand on the immune system. We realize that you are anxious to remove these lesions as quickly as possible, but if you follow the directions you will have greater success in the long run.
For the removal of warts, moles, skin tags and other abnormalities, treat the area with just enough Bio-T Topical Ointment to cover it. There is no need to 'pack on' or over use Bio-T Topical Ointment. Moles are generally removed with five to six applications 24 hours apart. This is generally true of warts, although they may require an extra day or two of treatment due to the density of the tissue. Occasionally, we hear from individuals whom report it has required up to 10 or 12 applications to remove a stubborn lesion. Warts should be prepared before application by soaking in warm water or scraping the crown of the wart down so the skin can absorb the Bio-T. Each application of Bio-T Topical Ointment should be kept in place for 24 hours. This can be done by loosely applying a Band-Aid over the application. Wash off the old before reapplying new Bio-T topical ointment.
DO NOT USE ADHESIVE BANDAGES WHICH CONTAIN RUBBER OR LATEX
Latex or rubber will destroy the effectiveness of the Topical Ointment. Latex free Band-aids are widely available as many individuals are allergic to latex.
When applying to the skin, use a toothpick or plastic applicator.Apply daily until the wart/mole/skin tag scabs over. After this happens, the wart/mole or skin tag will fall out leaving a smooth pink crater. This should not be an open sore. Do not attempt to force the object from its place too soon. Allow this process to happen naturally. The crater will fill in and smooth over in approximately 10 days. Pigmentation of the area returns in a few months. Scarring is possible when large objects or areas are treated. Due to difference in body chemistry, it might take as many as a dozen applications to remove a stubborn lesion.
When treating difficult warts or moles you can speed up the process by cleansing the area with tea tree oil and then removing the top cells with something abrasive such as a pumice stone and then applying the Topical Ointment as described above.
Cautions: There can be pain associated with the removal of unwanted tissue. Moles are generally quite painlessly removed, but the removal of a wart on the fingers can produce considerable pain. We recommend that you Do Not Use On Face Because Of Possible Scarring. It is advisable to remove only one area of unwanted tissue at a time. The results of using Bio-T are generally very predictable. The first indication that it is working will be the area beginning to appear 'pinkish'. The second will be the object begin to darken. A yellowish ring will appear around the object, defining the area, which will be removed.
Bio-T Topical Ointment has a PH of 5.5 . Never touch Bio-T with metal as the PH can be altered this way. Do not put in a metal container.
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