Veralac is made with natural active ingredients and it should be applied once daily. There are no known side effects of using Veralac. However, if you notice any localized reactions, such as red, itchy skin (try to avoid getting Veralac onto skin) or if your symptoms of splitting, cracking, or frailty worsen, be sure to tell your doctor right away.
This medication is not expected to cause any harm to an unborn or nursing infant.
1. Is Veralac an over the counter medication?
Yes, this medication can be purchased from our online store without the need for a doctor’s prescription.
2. Can I put Veralac on more than once a day?
No, it’s advised that you only use the medication once daily, preferably at bedtime or after bathing.
3. Is it okay to use nail polish if I am using Veralac?
Yes, using nail polish is perfectly fine. You will, however, want to wait until Veralac has dried completely before applying your polish.