Lidocaine cream offers a convenient solution for pain relief, often overlooked in favor of injections. Discover the ease and effectiveness of topical lidocaine application, particularly in cosmetic procedures, providing comfort without needles.

Can Lidocaine Be Used Externally for Pain Relief?

Topical anesthetics, such as sprays and creams, are ideal for pain relief without compromising skin integrity. These can be used for various procedures, including sugaring, waxing, electrolysis, laser treatments, injections, and catheterization. Consulting your specialist about anesthesia options can make procedures more comfortable if you’re concerned about pain.

Goosica Numbing: Lidocaine and Prilocaine Cream

Goosica Numbing cream is a lidocaine-based pain reliever also contains prilocaine, enhancing its effectiveness. This formula is well-studied and approved for use in children from birth, containing no preservatives to minimize allergy risks. It’s available over-the-counter at pharmacies and does not require refrigeration, maintaining efficacy at room temperature.
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How to Properly Apply Lidocaine and Prilocaine Cream

Apply Goosica Numbing cream 30 minutes before treating trophic ulcers and 60 minutes before procedures like hair removal and injections. Apply a thick layer on clean skin, approximately 1.5-2g per 10 cm^2, and cover the area with cling film for better absorption. The analgesic effect lasts up to 2 hours, sufficient for various cosmetic procedures. Always read the instructions beforehand.

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