Monthly Archives: June 2013

Orthopaedic-Injections

How to Use a Numbing Cream for Painless Injections

painless injections with numbing cream A lot of people are hesitant of going to the hospital or clinics for medical check-ups or admission due to sickness, a lot of us cannot stand the idea of staying in the hospital and mostly the reason is our fear of injection or needle shots. This is somehow normal. Who would like to be punctured by a sharp needle right? Often we disregard the major purpose of introducing the medicine through needles because of our fear. Continue reading

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Topical Numbing Cream for Laser Tattoo Removal

laser tattoo removal numbing cream We, at some point of our lives have this permanent decision that want to change.  One of these decisions is getting a tattoo out of impulse. Getting a tattoo design that we don’t really like or even putting the name or the face of our past relationships. We don’t want to dwell on the past so much and one good thing is that we can now get rid of those permanent tattoos that we don’t like. We different procedures that we can do in order to remove the unwanted body design that we have.  Continue reading

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Which Numbing Cream Should I Use for Derma Rolling?

numbing cream for derma roller Derma rolling is also known as needling or Percutaneous Collagen Induction (PCI), derma rolling has been around for at least the last five years, but a recent interest in DIY med-spa treatments has propelled it back onto the beauty scene, and into the realm of celebrity conjecture. The technique seems oddly primitive, especially in these days of lasers and cosmeceuticals. Its primary tool is a hand-held derma roller, a small, narrow device (rather like a tiny paint roller) studded with almost 200 fine surgical steel micro-needles — common lengths are 0.5 millimeter, 1 millimeter and 1.5 millimeters. (Smaller lengths are designed for the face; longer lengths are used for the body.) The device is rolled over the skin and produces multiple mild pin pricks. Continue reading

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Painless Wart Removal with a Numbing Cream

wart removal numbing cream Wart is skin problem caused by HPV or Human Papilloma Virus. It is a rough growth of resembling a cauliflower or a solid blister. Warts occur in various parts of the body even in the genitals. This could be transferred from one person to another through open or altered skin integrity. This is contagious because of the active HP Virus. Continue reading

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Painless Botox with Numbing Creams

 

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Botox is one of the famous beauty regimens done by people who want to restore their wrinkle-free skin.

A lot of people resort to this kind of procedure in order to look good and young. This procedure includes putting in a chemical directly into the facial muscle to remove the wrinkles in it. This is an effective procedure that the effect could last for at least 8-12 weeks. The procedure is done by introducing the chemical into the muscles through a needle. It is injected into the area where visible wrinkles are. Usually Botox are injected on the forehead, frown line and chin where there are crow feet and other type of wrinkles are visible.

This procedure brings discomfort to clients. To avoid pain during the procedure, an anesthetic or numbing cream is applied on the area. Topical anesthetics are being used by the dermatologists in derma clinics. The most recommended numbing cream is Dr. Numb, the leading brand in topical anesthetics. This cream has been used by a lot of people and has been proven safe and effective in different type of painful skin procedures. Dr. Numb is the most trusted numbing cream that can be used for procedures like Botox. With the product’s Lidocaine content which is 5% and the highest amount approved by the FDA, Dr. Numb is still the leading anesthetic in the market today.

The application is easy, all you need to do is to apply a thick amount of cream onto your skin and leave it on for 45 minutes to 1 hour. Wipe the excess or the residue of the cream once the numbness kicks off. The numbness could last for at least 3-4 hours.