It's a con.
It's a fraud of mind-boggling proportions. Bazuka simply doesn't do what it says it does on the tube. My lad Jake had had veruccas for eighteen months - through which, day in and day out my wife and I have been diligently applying Bazuka cream. I can't begin to recall how many tubes we've been through.
Then one day somebody told us that the cream was virtually a placebo. That there was nothing in there that was going to sort out a verruca. She said, that verrucas have a lifespan and they will drop out of their own accord if you leave them alone. She even went on to say, the more you fart around with the cream, with zapping them with that painful acid stuff, the longer they last!
So we stopped messing around trying to get rid of it - actually 'them' by now. And about four or five weeks later, they all vanished overnight.
Now, I suspect that the entire verruca business, not just the people that make Bazuka, but all the other brands of ointments, acids, socks and creams surely know that none of their products actually work, and that these little buggers basically have a lifespan and will sod off when they're good and ready.
And of course there's all those other products out there, that don't actually work...at all. Or, if they do work, it's not because of the product itself, but some other coincidental affect. For example; rejuvenating face creams, anti-wrinkle creams. These sort of work after a fashion, but mainly as a result of the massaging action of applying the cream. The cream itself has no affect at all. But they're not going to tell you that, are they? Not at £30 a tube.