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How to use Numbing cream? Please follow the steps correctly and get a great result in the application. Doubt? See explanatory video.

  1. Wash the area to be tattooed or laser treated with soap and water.
  2. Cover a hot towel on the skin for 5 minutes and dry the area completely.
  3. Apply a thick amount of numbing cream to the area and rub in thoroughly.
  4. After rubbing into the skin, apply a 2nd thick layer of cream (2-3 mm thick) to the area.
  5. Cover the cream with plastic wrap (saran wrap) and keep warm. The heat under the plastic wrap helps to activate the cream and prevents the cream from drying out.
  6. Let the cream sit and wrap for 25 minutes (Fast Numb) or 60 minutes (Deep Numbs) before tattooing. TIP: For long sessions that take a lot of time (over large areas), apply numbing cream all overthe work area and then remove it in sections as the procedure progresses.
  7. The skin usually remains numb for 3 to 5 hours after the cream is removed from the numb skin, depending on: skin type and location on the body.

Usage:

For temporary relief of pain and itching due to anorectal disorders or a local anesthetic for minor surgical or cosmetic procedures.

βœ” tattoo
βœ” piercings
βœ” lip fillers
βœ” Body waxing & bikini waxing
βœ” Laser hair removal
βœ” cosmetic tattoo
βœ” Permanent makeup, such as microblading and shading eyebrows
βœ” Micro needle pain, piercing, laser tattoo removal, laser hair removal, waxing, permanent cosmetics, IPL treatment, electrocautery etc.

Allergy:

A sensitivity to lidocaine is sometimes caused by an allergic reaction to epinephrine. This drug is used to control bleeding and is often mixed with lidocaine. The combination of the two drugs is designed to slow blood loss and concentrate the anesthetic effects of lidocaine in a specific area. An epinephrine allergy is more common than a lidocaine allergy. Allergic reactions to lidocaine usually occur in people with heart problems, either very low or very high blood pressure, liver disease, or kidney disease. If you have any of these conditions, or if you suffer from nervous disorders or spinal damage, you should inform your doctor before administering lidocaine. Also, you should avoid the use of any form of alcohol, the substances often interact with negative consequences. The risks of using lidocaine are therefore generally very small. If you do experience an allergic reaction, you may experience symptoms ranging from extremely mild to life-threatening. The most common manifestations of a lidocaine allergy are:

  1. Dizziness.
  2. tremors.
  3. Nausea.
  4. mood swings.
  5. Blurred vision.
  6. Tinnitus.
  7. Generalized fatigue.


While these side effects warrant a call to a doctor or pharmacist, they are generally not a cause for alarm. If you are in the throes of a reaction, you may experience difficulty breathing, develop a rash, or have intense itching and swelling. Pregnant women or those who have recently given birth are usually advised to avoid lidocaine. If you suffer from red skin, this does not immediately mean that you have an allergic reaction. This may mean you have applied it correctly and the anesthetic is working. If you have red skin or slightly irritated skin, you can still undergo your procedure, this has no effect on your treatment or the healing of your tattoo.

NB!

Signs of a severe lidocaine allergy include:

Drastic changes in heart rate.
Epileptic attacks.
Centralized chest pain.
These 3 side effects require immediate medical intervention. If you have any of these side effects, go to a hospital emergency room immediately.

 

Warning:

Store above 0°C and below 30°C
For external use only
Avoid cream in the eyes
Keep out of reach of children
Do not insert this product into the rectum
Close the tube tightly when not in use


TIPS

How to make a quick procedure application?

If you want to numb quickly, cover the plastic wrap with a towel (50℃~60℃) again and keep it for 5-10 minutes (it will become numb after 20-25 minutes).