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At Lidocaine10.com, you can buy the best topical pain-relieving cream sold currently! Lidocaine 10 sells 10.56% lidocaine-online-and carries a 99% positive feedback rating from our Customers. 

Anesten’s Lidocaine 10 Percent + (Plus) cream is the best (as in highest strength and most pure) numbing cream to be found that is also approved by the FDA in the USA and EMA in Europe.

Lidocaine 10 - Pain & Itch Relief Cream
Lidocaine 10 – Pain & Itch Relief Cream

Lidocaine 10 is:

The fastest-acting numbing cream for skin, with 10.56% (tested!) pure lidocaine.

Lidocaine 10 acts quickly on nerve cells for chronic pain relief. Non-active gents speed delivery–making this a cream that YOU CAN FEEL working–in minutes! This numbing cream is strong enough for muscle and small joint pain.

Lidocaine 10 is the best anesthetic pain cream commonly available for: topical dermatological issues, superficial muscular issues, simple aesthetic procedures (such as pre-tattoo), and is particularly useful for sunburn injuries, bee stings, and insect bites.

Lidocaine Cream 10.56% (aka Anesten) is a topical anesthetic in cream form. Like other ”’caines”, Lidocaine 10 is a sodium-channel blocker that blocks afferent and efferent nervous signals at the intracellular level; when placed beside nerves, the nerves cannot conduct strong signals to or from the brain. The “pain” may be there–but your nervous system (and brain) does not recognize it!

The effect is temporary numbness in the area where the cream is applied.

Lidocaine Cream 10.56% is commonly used as a strong numbing skin cream for varied dermal pain relief applications, such as needles from tattooing, body piercing, laser tattoo removal, Botox and lip filler injections, microdermabrasion, electrolysis, and other dermatological aesthetic and smaller “plastic” surgeries. Lidocaine, at lower levels, is both an over-the-counter, and sometimes prescription, drug used to help prevent premature ejaculation. Lidocaine provides near-instant relief to Hemorrhoids (using the cream externally, only!), whereas Preparation H uses a light (0.25%) vasoconstrictor that takes hours to achieve effect.

You can buy Lidocaine Cream 10.56% (aka Anesten) Online!

ANESTEN-1 CONTAINER(500G) 10.56% NUMBING CREAM
ANESTEN-1 CONTAINER(500G) 10.56% NUMBING CREAM

Ingredients:

Lidocaine Cream (Anesten): 

One gram of Lidocaine Cream 10.56% contains the active ingredient “lidocaine” at: 105.6 mg.

Inactive Ingredients are:

  • Methylparaben:1.5mg
  • Stearyl Alcohol: 50.0mg
  • Glyceryl Monostearate: 20.0mg
  • Isopropyl Myristate: 50.0mg
  • Polyoxyethylate: 40.0mg
  • Hydrogenated Caster Oil: 30.0mg
  • Propylene Glycol: 100.0mg
  • Carbomer 940: 3.0mg
  • Methyl ρ-Hydroxybenzoate: 1.5mg
  • Ethanol: 25.0mg
  • Purified Water: 614.9mg 

The cream base is FDA-approved with a Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product (CPP) and Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) declaration.

One 30-gram tube of Lidocaine Cream 10.56% (Anesten anesthetic) can cover the surface of the skin the size of four palms.

Lidocaine 10’s main and inactive (emollient and filler) ingredients are safe on all skin types. Lidocaine 10 components are:

  • Hypoallergenic
  • Non-prescription
  • Approved by the FDA, and at lower strengths is OTC worldwide.

Application of topical lidocaine:

1. Wash the area with soap (or grease remover, to remove oils) and water. Dry the area completely.

2. Use a 1-2mm thick amount of the cream on the treated area. 

3. It is possible to use plastic (Saran) wrap to cover the treatment area if you have the need to avoid contact with other objects or the area is to receive a “deep soak” (such as for pre-tattoo).

4. Lidocaine is an oxidizable (volatile) ingredient. It also won’t work when dry; lidocaine’s absorption into the skin is dependent upon its being wet. The numbing effects should be felt in minutes, as Lidocaine 10’s carriers help the skin’s ingest tremendously!

5. For the best results, remove the plastic wrap and cream after 30~40 minutes.

6. Perform the desired treatment.

7. After ten minutes’ dry, the numbing effect may begin to fade.

Common results:

Topical local anesthetics cause the temporary loss of sensation in the area the cream is applied. Lidocaine 10 is one of FEW available water-based creams. This qualifies Lidocaine 10 as one of the safest products on the market. It rinses off with water. It completely washes off with soapy water. Lidocaine 10.56% cream can be used at home without supervision as well as by professionals such as dermatologists, doctors, tattoo artists…and Mothers!

Precautions and Risks:

Medications used for local anesthesia should be carefully selected. Dermatitis may occur with prolonged use of ANY common lotion–use this cream in normal amounts! Like most topical medications, Lidocaine 10 should be used on intact skin. Do not inject topical lidocaine into the body! 

Unless bathing in it, contraindications only exist for lidocaine when injected or ingested! Do not place this in the eyes. Do not ingest it. Lidocaine is a hydrochloride salt. As an anesthetic of the amino amide type, allergic reactions only rarely occur. Medications used for local anesthesia tend to be very safe–though minor problems may occur, such as discoloration of the skin at the application site or a feeling of numbness that lasts longer than expected. Repeat use of any topical cream on an injured area may interfere with the normal healing process. 

History:

Lidocaine was discovered in 1946 and went on sale “over the counter” (or OTC) in 1948. It is on the World Health Organization’s (WHO) List of Essential Medicines. Lidocaine is available as a generic (OTC)) medication. In 2018, lidocaine was the 233rd most commonly-prescribed medication in the United States, with more than 2 million prescriptions. (Source: “Lidocaine Drug Usage Statistics”. ClinCalc. Retrieved 08 December 2021.) As of 2022, Lidocaine is not a substance that is banned in sport.

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