Okay guys, for multiple applications, you may want to use the actual acid solution and not wart remover. That way you can keep applying the liquid until you get the frost, or until you have reached your time limit (adhere to your time limit - whatever you deem it to be - two minutes, three minutes, whatever). But, I am hesitant to recommend the actual solution and this sort of application since I did it for 12 minutes, got a great fry, got rid of most of my discoloration, but I kept going through phases with my skin - first it was normal, then dry, then sort of crackly/”Thing-ish”, then normal, and this kept repeating for what seemed to be weeks. And, it kept peeling, in sort of a mild fashion. Ultimately, the 4/5ths removal of blackish skin tone from the first burn was 9/10ths or more. Then, when my skin did finally return to normal, I did the second burn with wart remover. It cleared up the remaining problem, which suprised me since it seemed so mild, and did not frost up like the solution did. But, assuming I am more tolerant than some, if others decide to use the 25% solution, I would hate to see them have complications. I AM NOT SUGGESTING ANYONE USE THIS STUFF - WART REMOVER SEEMS MUCH SAFER, MILDER AND CONTROLABLE. Okay, I have that off my chest. Now, here is where I got this stuff - http://shop.kaviskin.com/catalog/Sa…o-p-1-c-20.html
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