Soluver (Salicylic acid - non Rx)

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Soluver is a topical solutions medication commonly used to treat various skin conditions such as acne, warts, and calluses.

Soluver contains salicylic acid, which is a type of beta-hydroxy acid that functions as a keratolytic. This means that it helps to exfoliate or remove the outermost layer of the skin by breaking down the proteins that hold dead skin cells together. This exfoliating action allows the skin to shed old cells more easily and reveal smoother, fresher-looking skin underneath. In addition to its exfoliating properties, salicylic acid also has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects, which can help to reduce redness and swelling in certain skin conditions such as acne.

Use and Dosage

Soluver should be applied directly to the affected area, using the applicator provided or a cotton swab.

To use Soluver cream for warts, first, you need to apply it directly to the wart according to the package instructions. Follow the recommended dosage. Before the application, you can thin down the wart with a pumice stone or nail file until all the white, dead skin is removed without causing discomfort or pain. This dead skin removal is only to help the medication work well, and you should not try to rub the wart or callus off. Then, you can apply a few drops or a small amount of cream to cover the wart fully. You can repeat the application for up to 12 weeks or until the wart is removed. However, if you have any questions or concerns regarding the use of Soluver cream, consult a healthcare professional.

The length of time Soluver should be used may vary depending on the severity of the skin condition being treated. It is recommended to continue using Soluver as directed until the affected skin is completely healed and the abnormal skin cells have been shed.

Side Effects

Common Side Effects of Soluver (Salicylic Acid - non-Rx):

  • Skin irritation, redness, and peeling

Serious Side Effects of Soluver (Salicylic Acid - non-Rx):

  • Allergic reactions such as: hives, difficulty breathing, or swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat

Forms and Strength

Soluver (Salicylic Acid - non-Rx) is available in the following forms and strength:

Soluver: Cream

  • 20%


  • Elderly patients who have age-related blood vessel disease may require caution when using salicylic acid topical.
  • Before using Salicylic acid, precautions should be taken.
  • No information is available on the clinical use of salicylic acid on the skin during breastfeeding
  • Avoid contact with eyes while using Soluver Plus. Caution in patients with reduced skin sensation
  • Salicylic acid should not be used on deep wounds or on areas of the skin that are infected, irritated, or inflamed.
  • People with a history of an allergy to salicylates or salicylic acid should use soluver with caution as it may cause an allergic reaction.
  • Salicylic acid can increase skin sensitivity to the sun, so it is important to use sunscreen while using this product.
  • People with diabetes should use salicylic acid with caution as it can affect blood sugar levels.
  • Prolonged use of salicylic acid can cause excessive dryness, peeling, or redness of the skin, so it should be used in moderation and only as directed.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How long does it take for Soluver to work?

The time it takes for Soluver to work may vary depending on the size and location of the wart or other skin condition being treated. It may take several weeks to several months of regular use for the affected skin to completely heal.

Is Soluver safe for children?

Soluver may be used by children over the age of 2, but it should be used with caution and only under the supervision of a healthcare professional.

Is Soluver safe to use during pregnancy or while breastfeeding?

The safety of Soluver during pregnancy or while breastfeeding is not well established, and it should only be used under the guidance of a healthcare professional.

Can Soluver be used with other medications?

Discuss with a healthcare professional before using Soluver in combination with other medications, as there may be a risk of drug interactions or other complications.


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Generic name:

Salicylic acid – non Rx





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