Update: For those interested, you can purchase this product from Amazon as well as www.numbskin.com *** I'm not sure if they still sell the 10% on Amazon. Through some research, I have found an alternative to this brand (which is linked below) called Anesten, which came recommended by another viewer as a cheaper alternative to NumbSkin. It also has 10.56% lidocain. I cannot be sure of the security of this site, as I've never used it myself, however I as usual, use your best judgement when ordering anything from unknown sites. If you DO place an order through this new site, please comment and let us know how it worked out (or didn't). Any other questions, just ask! Hopefully I can answer them for you! Alternative: https://www.khemcorp.com/product/ultra-strong-lidocaine-anesthetic-cream-10-56-30-grams/ I did receive this item free to test in exchange for my honest opinion. I may or may not have been compensated for this item. However, this has not influenced my opinion of the product. I only give 100% honest opinions and reviews.
Perfect for numbing the skin prior to tattoos, piercings, waxing, almost anything! This product has 10.56% Lidocaine inside it which helps to keep the skin numb for hours. It will take aprx 15 mins for the numbing to start and can last up to 4 hrs. NumbSkin will range from $40 up to $50 and can be found on several online retailers like amazon
http://www.numbskin.com/ So who like tattoos? I do, Aron does, well millions of us do. There is a great product out there that will help us all. NumbSkin Cream. It's so easy to use. Simply put the cream on, wrap it in a plastic cover. Any kitchen plastic wrap will work. Wait about 60 minutes, and your done. It is Ladocaine based. It has 10.56%!!! That is 8% more that what you can get in prescription form. What we have found it to work really well with is tattoos. It really takes the sting out of it. By the time all is set up and ready to go, skin is numb and it's smooth sailing. We love tattoos and that's the only thing that has prevented a few of the big ones is knowing how bad it will hurt getting it stuck on. Other purposes for this would be waxing, shots, hair removal, pretty much anything. It is not meant for internal use. So, don't eat it. I received this for free in exchange of an honest, unbiased review. If you have any questions about this product or any other product featured on this site or you want info on adding your product on this site, please contact me at email@example.com
Most if not all numbing cream companies don’t tell you how to properly apply numbing cream for the full effect. This video shows you how to do so for maximum strength. I couldn’t feel the laser treatment at all in most areas of my forearm, however this isn’t the case in certain areas like my lower back or inner forearm I can feel some pain and discomfort. Without use of this cream there is no way I could sit through an hour of tattoo laser removal (no way!) Please like, share and subscribe for more updates on my 100% sleeve removal (I will not be getting a cover up) Thanks for watching :)
**I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THIS VIDEO~THIS IS A HOW TO ABOUT LIDOCAINE CREAM THAT NUMBS THE SKIN** I AM NOT THE CREATOR OF THIS VIDEO~THIS VIDEO IS FOR HOW -TO PURPOSES ONLY & SHOWING AN EXAMPLE & GIVING INFORMATION ABOUT A TOPICAL SKIN-NUMBING PRODUCT**
Up to session 5 - please excuse my double chin, this set up was done on a hairspray can and the angle isn’t very flattering lol Please subscribe for more updates Thanks for watching
Product Review with NumbSkin Lidocaine 10.56% compared to Lidocaine 5% patches and other nerve pain medications.
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Learn how to numb a client for microblading! The ointment must penetrate into the dermis. By RN Esthetics by Linda