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How To apply Anesten Topical Anesthetic Cream
Wash the area receiving laser treatment with soap and water. Dry area completely.
Apply a thick amount of numbing cream to the area and rub in thoroughly.
Place an additional, thin layer of cream over the area.
Cover the cream with plastic wrap (saran wrap). The heat under the plastic wrap helps activate the cream. and keeps the cream form drying off.
Leave the plastic wrap on until it is removed by the professional before the procedure.
Tips & Warnings: Leave the cream on the skin longer for better result. Don't remove the saran wrap until you feel the numbing effect.
How much Anesten do you need?
One Tube of Anesten can cover a skin area the size of two palms. If the skin area should be worked on is larger than two palms, then you need two or more tubes of Anesten.
10.56% lidocaine anesthetic cream 500g, 30g
Composition | Each gram contains
Lidoncaine | 105.6mg(10.56%)
Methyl Paraben | 1.5mg
LESS WAITING TIME, LESS PAINFUL AND STRONGER THAN 4~5% NUMBING LIDOCAINE CREAMS!!
Anesten is used for a variety of dermal applications such as needle injections, tattooing, body piercing, laser tattoo removal, laser hair removal, body waxing, and other dermatological procedures.
Topical anesthesia is a condition of temporary numbness caused by applying a substance directly to a surface of the body. Loss of feeling occurs in the specific area touched by the anesthetic substance.
Topical anesthesia typically either relieves existing pain from a body surface or prevents pain during medical examinations or procedures. Body surfaces include both skin and mucous membranes, which are the moist linings of areas such as the inside of the mouth or nose. Occasionally, use of a topical anesthetic may help clarify whether a patient's pain comes from a body surface, which the substance is able to touch, or from deeper structures beyond the reach of the substance. A mucous membrane, an area of skin, or areas just beneath the skin's surface temporarily lose feeling during topical anesthesia.
Topical anesthetic medications must be selected carefully and used in proper amounts in order to prevent harmful reactions. For instance, some topical drugs should be used only on intact skin to avoid rapid absorption into the body.
Overall, topical anesthesia tends to be very safe. Minor problems might include discoloration of the skin at the application site or an uncomfortable feeling of numbness that lasts longer than expected. Repeated use of a topical anesthetic on a damaged eye surface may interfere with the normal healing process.
Successful use of a topical anesthetic produces temporary loss of sensation in the area where it is applied.