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How to Apply Numb 520 Topical Anesthetic Cream

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How to Apply Numb 520 Topical Anesthetic Cream

Step-by-Step Numbing Cream Application:

It is important to adhere to the following steps as accurately as possible.

Numbing creams will work better for some than others. These steps will allow for that determination to be made under the best of circumstances.

How To Apply Numb Cream Numb 520

1. Cleanse the skin
2. Light exfoliation: Please note that, depending on skin tolerance/sensitivity, applying numb cream may cause some irritation to the exfoliated skin. Avoid this step, if necessary. 
3. Apply numbing cream with a medium-thick layer (not more 20cm X 20cm of area at one time), not too thin as Lidocaine evaporates, You need to cover the are with are with a plastic wrap and maximize effects.

4. Leave the numbing cream Numb 520 on for 5 minutes.
Liposome is included within our numb cream, which allows for quicker activation than most numbing creams.

    5 Minutes After Applying Numb 520

    5. Use sanitizing gauze or baby wipes to completely remove the numbing cream, you want to do this quickly.
    6. Use an alcohol pad to disinfect the treatment area. (This is optional. Normally, this is not necessary as alcohol may be absorbed by the skin and may neutralize the numbing effect, to a certain extent.)
    7. Re-apply more numbing cream, if necessary.

    *The absolute maximum numbing effect is likely to take place at approximately 10 minutes, so it is best to wipe the Numb 520 off at this point. The numbing effect will last about 1 hour (in a decreasing mode) from the time that a user wipes it off the skin.


    We Also Recommend:

    Numb 520 Spray

    Manufactured by:

    Ebanel Laboratories, Inc.
    Brea, CA 92821
    Made In the U.S.A.

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    • Geraldine J Hunt on

      Can I spray on closed eyelids prior to tattooing permanent eyeliner. What if some spray gets in the eyes…will water flush it out?

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