... Is this normal?
13 Oct 2010
Yes - the whiteness is normal and is the dead skin. It can be flaked away with something mildly abrasive or you can use your nails. The wart will not have grown but may appear to look bigger because the healthy skin around the wart has turned white also - most likely because some Podofilox has come into contact with it.
Continue to use the Podofilix as directed unless you are concerned in which case see your doctor or pharmacist.
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