Numbing Cream Recommended for Tattoos
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Dr. Numb: The Recommended Numbing Cream for Tattoos
“The pain you feel today, is the strength you feel tomorrow”
This might be true in the context of life, but when it comes to tattooing, it is not necessary that you need to bear the unnecessary pain. Yes, the ‘tattoo pain’- which has kept you far from getting inked. Now you can say good bye to the same pain all due to Dr. Numb!
Being the SAFEST NUMBING CREAM, it has been used worldwide for tattooing. The best part about this treatment is that it neither causes any side-effects nor it interferes with the ink.
What are you looking for, if you want a tattoo job to be done in a pain free manner, you have your solution. It is Dr. Numb!
Tattoo art- Rising Popularity!
You might have seen a number of people are getting their body inked now and then. If you think this is something unique happening these days, then you need to know that this is not a new activity. Yes, tattooing is a form of body art which hails from the past. However, few years back tattoos were common to the people like sailors, outlaws, and biker gangs. And now it is a common form, which every gender and age group loves to adore. Undoubtedly, it has become a very popular body decoration way out.
What is a Tattoo?
Basically, a tattoo is a puncture wound caused to the skin and then filled with the ink to leave a lifelong mark.
In the past, it was done manually with help of a tool which was tapped on the skin to puncture the wound. Later the ink was injected by hand. Luckily, technological advancements have brought forth several techniques which are somewhat dissimilar to that of past. But, the concept of tattoo art remains the same.
Now a tattoo gun is used in the parlors, which include one or more needles to penetrate the skin. Similarly, the tattoos now last for a very long time. The reason being, the ink is now placed deeply into the skin. Moreover, it makes tattooing much more quickly done as the ink is delivered into the skin while the skin is being punctured.
Does It Hurt?
For every newbie, the first question before going for a tattoo- How much does getting a tattoo hurt?
The similar question has been posed time and time again. And is the professional tattooists are to be believed, the answer is – YES. It hurts when the needle is injected to your skin!
Definitely, it hurts and can take up to several hours, or in some case, even days to heal the wound. It greatly depends on the size and design of the tattoo you are getting.
Is there a complete and safe solution to tattoo pain?
The good thing about getting a tattoo now is that you can eliminate the ‘pain’ from the process entirely. It is possible with the safest and most efficient solution – Dr. Numb.
On application, it causes a numbing effect which lasts up for more than three hours. . When applied to the affected area, it blocks the pain signals sent by the nerve after 20-30 seconds. Being the only non-oil topical anesthetic numbing cream, it will never interfere with the ink, at the time of tattooing or even after that. It doesn’t affect the skin’s elasticity and is safe to ease the unnecessary pain.
There can be nothing simpler to this. You are now to get your body inked in your own style, that too without pain. Isn’t that all you have been looking for!
Call Dr. Numb for your queries and orders today.
IMPORTANT: This product may not be right for you. Always read and follow the label.
Health care professionals and aestheticians use Dr. Numb® Topical Lidocaine Cream for a number of off-label uses such as medical and cosmetic treatments. Always carefully read the label and heed all directions and cautions. Seek the advice of physician or a qualified health care practitioner prior to its application or use.
How You Should Feel After Applying the Dr. Numb® Topical Lidocaine Cream
Topical lidocaine preparation produces anesthesia by inhibiting/ blocking conduction in the peripheral nerves to prevent pain signal propagation. The following takes place after applying Dr. Numb®:
■ 15 – 20 minutes: The onset of numbness begins at this point and is starting to spread out in the target area.
■ 45 – 60 minutes: The numbness has infiltrated the entire target area. The loss of sensation in the superficial layer prevents any feeling of pain or discomfort.
■ 60 – 90 minutes: The peak of numbing effect. Any pain, itch or discomfort should not be felt because the efficacy is at its highest.
■ 90 – 120 minutes: The duration of maximum numbing effect is approximately sustained up to this point.
■ 120 – 180 minutes: The numbing effect will gradually diminish. Re-application is highly recommended for another extended period of time.