Aladara is a white to slightly yellow cream that comes in
The cream should be applied 3
times per week (example: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; or Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday) prior to normal sleeping hours, and should remain on the skin for
6 to 10 hours. The treatment should continue until the clearance of any visible
genital or anal warts and can be used for up to four months. Most
people find that their warts go away after 4 months.
There are 12 sachets in a box
and the sachets should not be re-used once opened. This means that each box of sachets provides a month of treatment.
are on the Patient Information Leaflet, PIL, supplied with the Aldara and at
the bottom of this page.
Avoid contact with healthy
skin. If this happens, wash the cream off with soap and water.
You can help protect healthy skin by applying Vaseline to the area around the warts.
Don’t apply the Aldara to warts on the inside of
the penis, vagina or rectum. Aldara should only be applied to warts
on the outside (external) skin.