LIQUIDCAINE
LIQUIDCAINE

4% lidocaine liquid, to be used during for broken / intact skin.

DURATION ULTRA
DURATION ULTRA

4% lidocaine + 2% tetracaine + 0.05% epinephrine, liquid, gets right in broken skin.

NUMQUICK
NUMQUICK

lidocaine + tetracaine, for the eyes

TAG
TAG

4% lidocaine + 0.04% epinephrine, gel to be used after etching for broken skin

DOTC
DOTC

3% lidocaine + 2% tetracaine, a soft paste to be used prior to procedure for intact skin

NUMPOT
NUMPOT

5% lidocaine ointment for before, during, and after

LIP-X
LIP-X

5% lidocaine + 2% tetracaine. Strongest lip predeadener!

FOR YOUR EYES ONLY
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY

5% lidocaine + 2% tetracaine, ph7 safe for the eyes

NUMSTICK
NUMSTICK

5% lidocaine + petroleum

0.05% epinephrine predeadener.

TAG - 4% lidocaine + 0.04% epinephrine, gel to be used after etching for broken skin.

LIQUICAINE - 4% lidocaine liquid, to be used during for broken / intact skin.

DURATION ULTRA - 4% lidocaine + 2% tetracaine + 0.05% epinephrine, liquid, gets right in broken skin.

NUMSTICK / NUMPOT - 5% lidocaine ointment for before, during, and after.
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY - 4% lidocaine + 2% tetracaine, ph7 safe for the eyes.

LIP-X - 5% lidocaine + 2% tetracaine for broken / intact skin.
TAG - 4% lidocaine + 0.04% epinephrine, gel to be used after etching for broken skin.
DURATION ULTRA - 4% lidocaine + 2% tetracaine + 0.05% epinephrine, liquid, gets right in broken skin.
NUMSTICK / NUMPOT - 5% lidocaine ointment for before, during, and after.

 

DOTC (can be occluded) - 3% lidocaine  + 2% tetracaine, a soft paste to be used prior to procedure for intact skin.

LIQUICAINE - 4% lidocaine liquid, to be used during for broken / intact skin.
TAG - 
4% lidocaine + 0.04% epinephrine, gel to be used after etching for broken skin.

NUMSTICK / NUMPOT - 5% lidocaine ointment for before, during, and after.
DURATION ULTRA - 
4% lidocaine + 2% tetracaine + 0.05% epinephrine, liquid, gets right in broken skin.

 

EYEBROWS
EYELINER
LIPS

The use of anesthetics is a choice you can make. However, it does allow you less worry about your client’s comfort level and can let you concentrate on your artistry. Topical anesthetics have to be handled very seriously. As a technician you have a limit to the level of strength you can use, but that does not mean you can use them casually. The improper use can cause harm, especially in the eye. They not only dull the sensation of the application, but can deaden the nerve endings and allow minimal discomfort to the client, and this appears to expedite the procedure process.

There is a technique to bring the topical anesthetics deeper into the skin. It is called an occlusion. This is covering the skin and anesthetic with a medical tape that adheres tightly, called tegaderm, or cellophane wrap material. The L.I.N.D.A. Technique, etching method, is taught in my private workshops. It works to deaden the skin before you touch it with your machine. I will list the anesthetics as used for each procedure.

ANESTHETICS
USE OF ANESTHETICS