Skin Numbing Cream
In some situations, you deserve a little numbness. From cosmetic and hair removal procedures to tattoos, piercings and minor surgery, skin numbing cream helps to prevent pain signals from reaching your nerves. Numbastay skin numbing cream is a proven solution formulated by pharmacists right here in Australia. Whether you want to reduce pain before a procedure or relieve pain from a skin condition, our skin numbing cream is perfect for the job.
We make the best skin numbing cream in Australia.
With Numbastay anaesthetic skin cream, you get great results pain-free. Our cream is perfect for sensitive parts of your body and ideal for a huge range of applications. Why risk physical pain or annoying irritation when you can numb your skin with Numbastay?
How does skin numbing cream work?
Numbastay skin numbing cream works by blocking sodium channels in your body. After you apply the cream, the nerves in your body can't send pain signals. This is ideal in all situations where your skin may be exposed to pain. Our skin numbing cream has been formulated by pharmacists with a number of active compounds. It includes tetracaine, prilocaine, and lidocaine, along with non-active ingredients to promote smooth application. We use a combination of short- and long-acting agents, which provide immediate yet long-lasting anaesthetic relief.
Skin numbing applications
There are many reasons to apply skin numbing cream, with this topical anaesthetic able to reduce discomfort and improve outcomes for numerous conditions. Numbastay can be used for cosmetic appointments, hair removal procedures, dermatologic procedures, or minor surgery. It can be applied before receiving a tattoo or piercing and helps to soothe your skin during the recovery process. Our cream is useful whenever your skin may be exposed to pain.
The following applications are common:
- Tattoos and piercings
- Cosmetic procedures
- Hair removal procedures
- Sunburn and minor skin injuries
- Relief from irritation
- Preparation before minor surgery
- Needle puncture procedures