FAQs ABOUT NUMBEX CREAM
Q: Can NUMBEX CREAM be used on the face?
A: NUMBEX CREAM is used on the facial skin surface to cause temporary numbness prior to laser treatment/cosmetic surgeries (such as removal of skin tags, moles, scars, etc.).
Q: Can NUMBEX CREAM be used for cosmetic procedures?
A: NUMBEX CREAM is used for performing minor cosmetic procedures such as laser hair removal, microblading, micro-needling, lip/facial fillers, Botox filler, PRP injection etc. It is also used to numb skin before tattooing.
Q: Is NUMBEX CREAM safe for use in pregnant women?
A: NUMBEX CREAM should be used with caution among pregnant women. Therefore, inform your doctor before application.
Q: How long will it take for NUMBEX CREAM to induce numbness?
A: It may take around 3-5 minutes for NUMBEX CREAM to create numbness. However, this period may vary from person-to-person based on the dose and amount of NUMBEX CREAM that is administered.
Q: How long does the effects of NUMBEX CREAM lasts long in the body?
A: The effects of NUMBEX CREAM may last between 15-30 minutes after application. However, the recovery period may vary from person-to-person based on the dose and amount of the NUMBEX CREAM applied.
Q: What is the use of NUMBEX CREAM?
A: NUMBEX CREAM is used to cause temporary numbness (loss of pain sensation) of the normal intact skin and genital mucosal membranes when applied topically. It is primarily used to abolish pain signals prior to surgical and diagnostic procedures on the skin and genital areas.
Q: How to use NUMBEX CREAM?
A: NUMBEX CREAM should be used only under careful medical supervision. It is strictly for external use only. It will be applied to you only by a doctor or nurse at skin surfaces where loss of sensation is required.
Q: Can NUMBEX CREAM be used in children?
A: NUMBEX CREAM can be used in children and adolescents (aged below 18 years) if prescribed by the physician. However, it should not be used on the genital areas of children aged below 12 years. Therefore, consult your doctor for advice before application.
Q: Can NUMBEX CREAM be used in infants?
A: NUMBEX CREAM can be used in newborns and infants (aged between 0-11 months) if prescribed by the doctor. It is not recommended for use in preterm infants. Therefore, consult your doctor for advice.
Q: What if I have accidental exposure of NUMBEX CREAM to the eye?
A: Use lukewarm water to gently wash the outer surface of the eye in case of accidental contact with NUMBEX CREAM. If the discomfort in the eye persists, contact your doctor, or visit a nearby hospital immediately.
Q: What are the side effects of NUMBEX CREAM?
A: The most common side effects of using NUMBEX CREAM are paleness, redness, swelling, mild burning sensation, itching or warmth at the treated area. Consult your doctor if it bothers you.