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Take control with Somxls Genital & HPV Warts Treatment
 First for your Safety – Our Genital & HPV Warts Treatment is made with two formulated active ingredients, please take note of the  Warnings  Results can vary.  Disclaimer 

About SOMXL® the Genital & HPV Warts Treatment

SOMXL® with Dual-Action is formulated to act with two outcomes, our Genital & HPV Warts Treatment will remove the warts then it will help bring the skin back to health. It does this safely combining two active ingredients that are proven.

1. Salicylic acid – An important review states “Topical therapies with Salicylic acid as safe and effective” (1) It is also FDA (2) approved for wart removal.  SOMXL®  is also FDA approved to remove warts and has its own NDC certified by the FDA. Salicylic acid is the most medically administered wart remover in the world today.

Having your genital warts removed is only half the process. We know that you want clear, clean skin again. So our Dual-Action formula uses a second active ingredient

2. Oxygen“It is shown that increased oxygen levels promote increased healing and regeneration of the skin surface” (3,4).

Our Genital & HPV Warts Treatment is developed for the sensitive skin of the genital region

SOMXL® is developed to be gentile on your most sensitive skin areas. We understand that the genital region is more sensitive than other areas of the body so SOMXL® will not burn when applied.

Our Topical Dual-Action cream includes Salicylic Acid as an active ingredient, it is a proven genital wart remover and it works because “Salicylic acid is a compound known as a “keratolytic” which means it breaks down the protein that the wart is composed of  (Keratin) ” (5)

The next important stage after the wart or warts are removed is repairing your skin so it looks clean and healthy again.  SOMXL® added the second active ingredient. Ozone which is 3 combined Oxygen atoms  “Elevated levels of oxygen show increased healing patterns and rejuvenation of the skin layer” (3,4) .

1. Gibbs , Harvey , Sterling , Stark . “Local treatments for cutaneous warts”. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2004;(4):CD001781.

2. www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfcfr/cfrsearch.cfm?fr=358.110

3. Sheffield PJ. Tissue oxygen measurements. Davis JC (ed.), Problem Wounds, New York, Elsevier, 1988:17-53.

4. Hunt TK, Zederfeldt B, Goldstick TK. Oxygen and healing. Am Journ. Surg. 1969; 1(18):521-525.

5. www.medicinenet.com/warts_common_warts/page4.htm

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