10 customer reviews

Aldara cream is MHRA approved, meaning it is a safe and effective treatment for genital warts. Unfortunately there is no cure for genital warts however by using Aldara it will help reduce the pain or discomfort generally associated with genital warts.
Aldara is a prescription medication cream used to treat many other skin conditions including genital warts. Aldara can only help reduce the pain you have with genital warts but will not stop the condition from spreading to others through sexual contact.

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How does Aldara cream work?

Aldara contains imiquimod, being the active ingredient it acts by reviving the body’s natural defense mechanisms. There are immune cells present in skin, they release protective chemicals known as cytokines when imiquimod binds to them. Our immune system fights viral infections with the help of Cytokines. It can stop the virus in the cells from multiplying.

A small layer of the cream is applied to the area on the skin where the infection is visible 3-4 times per week, and then washed off 6-10 hours later. Continuing to apply Aldara until there is no sign of warts. You shouldn’t use the cream for longer then 4 months without speaking to our doctor.

How do I take Aldara?

When treating genital warts Aldara cream is applied on the infected area. If the area is around the vagina be careful not to apply the cream on more sensitive areas of the vaginal tissue as this may cause swelling or irration and may even cause painful urination. Avoid sexual intercourse while the cream is on your skin.

Side effects

  • Headaches
  • Mild skin irritation
  • Nausea
  • Diarrhea
  • Vaginal itching
  • Changes in skin color around the treated skin

Please see your doctor for more information and to check if the medication conflicts with any existing medical conditions or medications you are currently taking.

Can I buy Aldara cream online?

Buying Aldara is a simple process that replaces the face-to-face consultation you would normally have with a doctor. Click ‘buy’ above and you will be taken through to the doctor to complete a free consultation online to obtain a prescription to purchase Aldara genital wart cream. Once you have been approved for the medication Aldara will be sent out to arrive to you the very next day.

10 reviews for Aldara

  1. nongkhai

    Actinic keratosis lesions on forearms only … but a nasty case at any rate. Dermatologist put me on a regimen of Aldara cream and Salicylic Acid. The experience during the 4 months of Aldara treatment was not particularly pleasant: worst of all being that it made the Keratosis lesions much worse in terms of acute redness and inflamation and quite distressing vanity-wise. There was some headaches, some fatigue, but that only lasted 2 weeks or so. After that, no side affects worth bothering about. But I must admit I almost stopped using it during the period of unsightliness. But I didn’t. And I am very glad I didn’t! The Dermatologist took me off the Aldara regimen after 4 months and told me to just keep on using the salicylic acid. Now, after 5 months the Keratosis lesions are completely gone, leaving quite smooth new skin. The area is still a little pinkish compared to normal sin colour, but Doctor said that that will disappear once the healing time has done it’s work. Over all success I would say. For myself Aldara was a godsend. Reviewed January 9, 2016

  2. Kate 22222

    Itchy, sore to touch, don’t sleep well the nights its applied. This is my second treat for bcc, the first with aldara got infected and subsequently scarred, all bcc were on chest area, the first is completely gone, the second I’m 3 weeks through a 4 week treatment, can’t wait to be finished although end results are acceptable for the pain and irritation that you go through. Reviewed June 22, 2016

  3. 40’s Mum

    I had 3 HPV near my V opening, went to see my gyne. Had it checked and she gv me a box of Aldara, Probas Omega 3 AEE, Protexin Protect Multi Prebiotic. The doc explained treating HPV (skin tags, warts) must be done both ways, frm inside and outside due to low immune/anti body system inside us. Aldara is for skin app, 3x a week (Mon, Wed, Fri). Apply while lying or sit down – allow it to absorb for a while before sleep at night. 1 sachet perweek. As for the Omega 3 & Protect, 2x a day. On top of that, double up my norm 1000mg VitC and MultiV. All these for 30 days. Aft 2 weeks, it completely gone. Balance of Aldara, will keep if any for future. Reviewed August 12, 2016

  4. Medicine these days

    About a year and a half ago I went into the doctor for what they called a uti, that then later was a yeast infection. this went on for months until I couldn’t take it. They finally tested me which later was actually chlamydia. Finally a real diagnosis. During this time my vagina was very swollen and I had a spot that’s been there for some time. I thought it was a scar as it had never changed but during the swollen period this spot seemed bigger. I’ve asked several doctors about this spot over time. None were worried. The other day I went into the doctor to have to have it checked she first told me it was a cyst. Now she says it is Genital warts. I went to get a second opinion they confirmed. I’ve had diarrhea and some upper respiratory problems. Reviewed November 30, 2016

  5. Tapper2

    Have used this product several times over recent years used for facial and scalp keratosis. It definitely works well although skin conditions seem to return after a year or two. Treatment involves application of ointment on week days (i.e. five days, with weekends off) for four weeks. The major side effect I have noticed is flu-like symptoms (coldness and body aches) and tiredness. The several times this has happened I have taken a day’s break from treatment before resuming. Reviewed December 2, 2016

  6. max877

    I’m fighting HPV for a year and half now Aldara works but it takes long time be patient it might burn you some times make sure the area is clean and dry avoid using tea tree oil or ACV while on Aldara therapy. Reviewed March 15, 2017

  7. monsterincnc

    I used this on a persistent basal cell carcinoma, in the centre of my forehead, which never healed and bleed at times, on application ,nothing happened much for a week, but then my face erupted right across my forehead, large red blotches which turned to blisters. I used it for three weeks instead of six weeks as recommended. I went to my doctor who said to stop using it. The scabs soon cleared, and after a short while my skin was clear and back to normal. Was it worth it?Most definitely, no carcinoma, in the UK it’s a prescription drug and only available through a doctor, and paid for by our NHS so I don’t know the cost. Reviewed September 24, 2017


    I recently used it and posted my comments which are favourable, but I though you might be interested in what can only be termed as side effect. My finger nails nails are really growing fast, for some reason, my little finger nails usually split and my thumb nails usually split at the base, but there has been no sign of splitting and are growing really well – I have even cut them some thing I have never done in my life at 72 year old. Reviewed October 14, 2017

  9. Anonymous

    I am on to my second week now of aldara. My first 2 days I applied way to much and was in severe agony was waking up in tears with pain – burning, itching, hurt to walk and sit down also when urinating. I took a 3 day break and have been applying a lot less now and comes with a lot less pain, so anyone starting treatment you do not need much product!!! I learned that the hard way. Gets very itchy and uncomfortable but nothing unbearable like the first 2 days. I have been having other bad side effects – horrible dreams, chills, headaches, trouble sleeping and general aches and pains but so far so good as the Aldara seems to be working so I am looking forward to to my next couple of weeks of treatment. Reviewed June 21, 2018

  10. Girl

    Aldara works wonders. I used it as prescribed and with in 2 weeks, most of the really large lesions were gone! The only downside to Aldara is the side effects. The itching, swelling and redness around the affected area was almost unbearable! I’m on my 5th week of treatment and honestly, I can’t wait for this to be over. Reviewed June 28, 2018

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