EMLA cream is used as a topical anaesthesia of the skin before needle puncture, insertion of IV catheters, blood sampling and for minor skin surgery.
is a mixture of two local anaesthetics, lignocaine and prilocaine. These local anaesthetics are combined with special agents which allow the products to pass through the skin. Once through the skin the numbing effect they produce allows minor surgical procedures to be done without you feeling any pain. However you may still experience sensations such as pressure and touch in this area.
DirectionsFor use as a local anesthetic, apply a thick layer of cream to skin, under an occlusive dressing. For leg ulcer debridement, apply a thick layer of the cream, up to a total of 10 g to the leg ulcer(s), cover with an occlusive dressing and leave for 30-60 minutes. Cleansing should start without delay after removal of the cream.
IngredientsLignocaine 2.5% /Prilocaine 2.5%
WarningsDo not apply near eyes.
Not to be used on broken skin
General Safety Information
- Always read the label. Use only as directed.
- Nutritional supplements may only be of assistance if the dietary intake is inadequate.
- Supplements should not be used to replace a healthy balanced diet and adequate physical exercise.
- Keep all medications and supplements out of reach of children.
- If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.
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Purchased x2 of emla cream thinking it's the real deal?? Nope it didnt work at all.. It did not do any numbing of sorts.. so not happy.. waste my money..
I have a massive fear of needles so using this always puts my mind at ease knowing that I won’t feel any pain when getting blood tests etc I was skeptical at first with if I left it on long enough but I didn’t feel a thing and it lasted a really long time which was great. Would definitely recommend to those who also have a fear of needles and have a lot of anxiety around needles
Easy to use, fast acting. Lasts a couple of hours.