Contact your doctor or pharmacist if you have any questions about the drug.
Dr. Numb is an OTC (Over-the-Counter) Topical Anesthetic Cream (commonly known as numbing cream) that contains 5% lidocaine. It produces temporary numbness or loss of sensation of the skin and its surrounding tissues after its application. It is primarily used for relief of pain associated with skin conditions and dermal procedures including:
Dermal Fillers, Electrolysis, Hair Removal, Laser Treatments, Microblading, Microdermabrasion, Microneedling, Mole Removal, Permanent Makeup, Piercing, Spider Vein Removal, Tattoo, Tattoo Removal, Waxing
Biopsy, Cannulation, Catheterization, Dermal Curettage, Drug Allergy Test, Insulin Shots, Glucose Tests, Intravenous (IV) Drug Administration, Immunization, Injections, Lumbar Puncture, Minor Surgery, Surgical Stitches
Abrasions, Desensitization, Hemorrhoids, Insect Bites, Itching, Minor Burns, Minor Cuts, Muscle and Joint Pains, Pruritus Ani, Scabies Itch, Scrapes, Sunburn
Dr. Numb has a precise formulation of lidocaine synergistically blended with excipients that emphasizes purity, strength, and composition. The potency is employed through an advanced delivery system that guarantees improved bioavailability resulting to sufficient duration of action.
Non-invasive and Hypoallergenic Completely reversible and does not produce any residual effect on the nerve fiber Rapid onset of action (10-15 mins) Duration of action lasts up to 4 hours May be reapplied to prolong the numbness as necessary Does not cause irritation of tissues and nerves Contains Vitamin E for faster skin recovery Applicable to all skin types
WHAT IS IN DR. NUMB?
Active: Lidocaine Excipients: Carbopol, Lecithin, Vitamin E, Propylene glycol, and Purified water.
HOW OFTEN CAN IT BE APPLIED?
Adults and children at least 2 years of age:
Apply to affected areas not more than 3 to 4 times daily.
Children under 2 years old, consult a physician.
Conditions that require dose adjustments:
Elderly patients Acutely ill patients Patients with severe liver and kidney disease Patients treated with other anesthetic or certain anti-arrhythmic drugs.
Do not use Dr. Numb if:
allergic to lidocaine, any other “-Caine” type anesthetics or any of the non-medicinal ingredients in the product.
Like any other medicines, Dr. Numb cream may result in side effects for certain people. The most common side effects are irritation, redness, itching or rash. Although these side effects usually do not require medical attention, if they continue or are bothersome, report them to your doctor or healthcare professional.
The skin area where Dr. Numb is applied may stay numb for several hours. Due to the absence of skin sensation, protect the skin from injuries. If any side effect bothers you, or if you experience any unusual effect while you are using Dr. Numb, stop using it and check with your doctor or pharmacist as soon as possible.
Allergic reactions to the active ingredients have been seen but rare. Watch out for itching, hives, burning, stinging sensation or any other skin problems, swelling of neck area or any difficulty of breathing not present before using DR.NUMB.
Medicines affect different people in different ways. If any side effects bother you, or if you experience any unusual effects while you are using DR.NUMB stop using it. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist immediately.
Early signs of include: numbness of the lips and around the mouth, lightheadedness, dizziness, unusual taste, ringing in the ears and blurred vision. In the event of serious overdose, seizures, low blood pressure, slowed breathing and irregular heartbeats may occur.
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.
Avoid contact with eyes. If this happens, rinse thoroughly with water. If conditions worsen or if symptoms persist for more than 7 days or clear up and occur again in within few days, discontinue use and consult a physician. Do not use in large quantities, particularly over raw surfaces or blistered areas.
30 g tube