Come utilizzare TKTX

How to use TKTX cream correctly?

Follow the steps correctly when applying TKTX numbing cream.

Follow The Steps

1st Step

Wash the area that needs anesthesia with soap and warm water.

2nd Step

Cover the skin with a towel (30 ° C ~ 40 ° C) and hold for 5 minutes to raise the skin temperature and open the pores, which will help the anesthetic to penetrate the skin quickly.

3rd Step

Spread a small amount of cream on the skin and massage gently with your hands so that the cream and skin adhere completely. Then apply a second layer of cream to the skin (keep 1/8 inch thick or 2 coins).

4th Step

Cover the cream with plastic wrap to keep the temperature of the cream compatible with the temperature of the skin.

5th Step

When 50-70 minutes have passed  , remove the plastic wrap and dry the cream, then you can start getting tattooed. It usually numbs the skin for 3-5 hours.

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How to perform a faster procedure?

If you want to numb faster, you need to cover with plastic wrap again and on top with a warm towel (40 ° C ~ 50 ° C) and keep it for 5-10 minutes. This way he will go numb after 20-25 minutes .



* Not for use on children under the age of 6.
* Not to be used during pregnancy and lactation.
* Do not use in case of allergy to lidocaine or other local anesthetics
* DO NOT apply the cream on cuts, grazes, wounds; Areas where there is a rash or eczema. In or near the eyes, ears, mouth, nose (inside) or anus (back side) or genitals of babies.
* Adults and children aged 6 and over: apply to the affected areas no more than 2 times a day. Children under age please consult a doctor.
* If your side effects are bothering you or if you experience any unusual effects while using TKTX cream, discontinue use and contact your doctor immediately.
Adverse reactions:
Its possible side effects are likely to include swelling or redness at the application site, unusual sensations on the skin, or pale skin. Serious to rare side effects can include allergic reactions such as hives, rashes, itching, swelling of the face, and difficulty breathing or tightness in the chest.
Medicines affect different people in different ways. If any unusual effects occur during use, discontinue and contact your doctor immediately. Treatment should be symptomatic and supportive.