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This pre-deadener topical tattoo numbing was developed by a pharmacist familiar with our industries. Previous versions of this have been used successfully for years. This recent alteration has improved its speed and depth. This cream contains 2% tetracaine and 4% lidocaine, has a pH of 7 and is safe for eyeliner.
*For Licensed Professionals Only
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY ON INTACT SKIN: Check with client for history of allergic reactions to topical anesthetics before applying. Keep in a cool dark place, out of the reach of children.
WARNING: Avoid direct contact with the eyeball. If contact should occur, irrigate with copious amounts of sterile saline and contact an eye care physician. DO NOT SWALLOW. If accidentally swallowed, seek medical help immediately.
Suggested Application Times
Eyebrows: 15- 20 minutes
For best results, lightly exfoliate prior to application. Gently massage into skin and then apply a medium coating over the top. Cover with a plastic (occlusive) dressing. Wipe away immediately prior to tattooing.
EYELINER: 15- 20 minutes
With the client’s eyes closed, apply a thin layer of cream with a small applicator across the lash line. Remove before beginning procedure.
Lips: 15- 20 minutes
For best results, lightly exfoliate prior to application. Gently massage into skin and then apply a medium coating over the top. Cover with a plastic (occlusive) dressing. Wipe away immediately prior to tattooing. Do not use inside of the mouth.
PIERCING: 15- 20 minutes
Apply to eyebrows, navels and nipples. Avoid genital areas. Thicker skin requires longer pre-treating time. Lightly exfoliate. Gently massage into skin, then apply a medium coating on top. Cover with occlusive dressing. Wipe away immediately prior to piercing.
BODY SKIN: 90-120 minutes
Prior to tattooing or piercing: Lightly exfoliate. Gently massage into skin and then apply a medium coating over the top. In order to prevent absorption into clothing and cover with an occlusive dressing. Thicker skin requires longer time to absorb the cream than thinner skin.
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