1.Wash the area receiving tattoo or laser treatment with soap and water. Dry area completely.
2.Apply a thick amount of TKTX numbing cream to the area and rub in thoroughly.
3.After rubbing into the skin, apply a 2nd heavy layer of TKTX cream (1/8" or 2-3 mm thick) over the area.
4.Cover the TKTX cream with plastic wrap (saran wrap) and keep warm. The heat under the plastic wrap helps activate the cream and keeps the cream from drying out.
5.Leave TKTX cream and wrap in place for 1 hours before tattoo. For long procedures lasting hours over large areas; apply numbing cream over the entire work area, then remove in sections as procedure progresses.
6.Skin typically remains numb for 2 - 5 hours once cream is removed from numbed skin depending on skin type and location on body.
Attention: Numbing Time depend on the Thickness and Sealing time.
Lidocaine cram works by temporarily blocking the pathway of pain signals along nerves. Lidocaine cram does this by stopping the sodium entering the nerve ending at the site of the pain. This prevents an electrical signal building up and passing along the nerve fibers to the brain.
Lidocaine may be absorbed following topical administration to mucus membranes, its rate and extent of absorption depends upon the specific site of application, duration or exposure, concentration and the total dosage. You may experience reddening of the procedure area.
Not to be used on children under 6 years old.
Do not use if Allergy to lidocaine or other local anesthetics
You should NOT apply the cream to cuts, grazes, wounds; Areas where there is a skin rash or eczema. In or near the eyes, ears, mouth, (inside) nose or anus (back side) or the genitals of children.
Adults and children 6 years of age and older: Apply to affected areas no more than 2 times a day. Children under years please consult a physician.
If your side effects bother you, or if you experience any unusual effects while you are using TKTX cream, stop using and contact your medical provider immediately.
Its possible side effects are likely to include swelling or redness at the application site, unusual sensations on skin or pale skin. Severe to rare side effects may include allergic reactions like hives, rash, itchiness, facial swelling, and difficulty in breathing or tightness in the chest.
Medicines affect different people in different ways. If you experience any unusual effects while using, stop and contact you medical provider immediately. Treatment should be symptomatic and supportive.