How does Tattoo Numbing Cream work?
Tattoo numbing cream is a topical anesthetic used for many common tattoo procedures such as:
body tattoos and laser tattoo removals. The cream itself is water-based, anti-inflammatory, and
combined with numbing agents such as high strength lidocaine (the main active ingredient). The
formulation of the product allows for deep penetration into the skin (dermis layer) allowing it to
target and reach the pain sensory fibers. In short, the main goal of numbing cream is to block the
pain receptors to allow a pain-free tattoo experience.
How to make a tattoo less painful & not hurt?
Once you apply topical numbing cream onto the skin, it begins quickly absorbing into the multiple
layers of skin such as the epidermis and the dermis. Consuming these areas are the sensing
organs for heat, cold, touch, pressure, and pain. The primary organ we are focused on numbing
is the sensing of the free nerve endings for pain such as when a tattoo gun pierces through the
flesh and injecting tattoo ink deep into the dermis causing a great deal of pain and uncomfort.
This product will temporarily block pain signals from being sent along the nerves and then to the
How to apply numbing cream for tattoos?
- Wash the skin area with soap and water then pat dry
- Apply thick layer of numbing cream and rub in thoroughly
- (optional – for added strength) After 20 minutes, apply a 2nd thin layer over same area
- Cover the area with plastic or saran wrap to prevent mess onto clothing
- Leave on for 1 to 2 hours right before your tattoo or tattoo removal
- Wipe off with dry rag moments before procedure begins (do not use soap)
The area getting the tattoo should be numbed now for 1-4 hours. Results vary for each individual
since all our bodies react a bit differently. Don’t forget to follow all instructions and safety tips &
Skin, Ink, & Pain Benefits:
- does not interfere with tattoo ink or colors
- allows for longer tattoo sessions
- helps you keep still while getting the tattoo
- creates numbing sensation for hours
- does not cause swelling or irritation
What are some of the unknown risks from tattoos?
Allergic reactions can occur from getting a tattoo especially from the different ink colors/dyes.
They can cause itchy, dry, and even inflamed skin reactions.
Skin infections are usually caused from a tattoo artist using contaminated equipment such as
their tattoo gun. Ask about the shop’s safety and health procedures before selecting an artist or
Other complications can be bumps forming around the tattoo ink causing scar tissue. Everyone’s
skin reacts in different ways to tattoo procedures and we just want everyone to be fully aware and
educated on the risks of getting a tattoo.
Why buy from us? Our Tattoo Numbing Cream has max strength licocaine 5%!
We are located and do business in the United States! Beware of sellers outside the USA and cheaper other solutions. Our cream is a white silky finish that goes on very easily when applied. Every tube is a generous 1oz/30grams in size. We sell the best and cheapest numbing cream for tattoos in 2016 online! If you own a tattoo supply store feel free to carry this popular product with your other supplies.