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Are Tattoo Numbing Creams Safe? Toochi Tattoo's Expert Insights

is tattoo numbing cream safe?

At Toochi Tattoo, we're not just a tattoo numbing cream and supplies company; we're your partners in pain-free tattoo experiences. Our commitment to providing highly effective products and exceptional customer care has made us the favorite tattoo supplies store in New Zealand. Today, we're delving into a common question from our valued customers: "Are tattoo numbing creams safe?"


Let's delve into this question here:


Firstly we need to Understand the Ingredients: Tattoo numbing creams typically contain local anesthetics like lidocaine, prilocaine, or tetracaine. These ingredients work by numbing the skin's surface to reduce pain during the tattooing process. At Toochi Tattoo, we prioritize safety, ensuring that our numbing cream formulas adhere to industry standards and regulation. Choosing a numbing cream with high quality ingredients is the best way to ensure that any adverse reactions are minimal.


Application Guidelines: Safety is not just about the formulation; it's also about proper usage. Our expert advice at Toochi Tattoo includes following the application guidelines diligently. Overuse or misuse of numbing creams can lead to adverse effects. We provide clear instructions with every product to guarantee a pain-free experience without compromising on safety. Check out our guide here.

Precautions and Allergies: We understand that every customer is unique, and so are their skin types. Toochi Tattoo goes the extra mile to inform our customers about potential allergic reactions or precautions they should take before using our numbing cream. Safety is our top priority, and we want every customer to have a worry-free tattooing experience. Our numbing cream has been tested on thousands of people and adverse reactions are very rare. The main reason for an adverse reaction would be an allergy, which unfortunately is first documented when using a numbing cream. If you are allergic we would recommend not using any products with numbing agents in them.

We also understand that patch testing can be difficult with numbing creams as they are normally instructed to be opened on the day of use. Our recommendation would be to apply the numbing cream thickly to the area you are having tattooed and wrap it well. If you have an allergic reaction to numbing cream, you would usually feel this within the first 10 min or so of applying the cream. It would feel sore, or even itchy. To test if this is your skin reacting, you could remove some of the cream and gauge whether the area has turned red. Red skin is the main reaction to numbing cream allergies. We would then recommend removing the numbing in full and not using again. Usually it would still be fine to get the area tattooed, but if in doubt, talk to your healthcare provider and your tattoo artist.
Customer Testimonials: Our 5-star reviews speak volumes about the safety and efficacy of our tattoo numbing creams. We take pride in the shared joy of our customers who not only appreciate the pain-relief our products provide but also trust us for our dedication to their well-being. It's this trust that makes Toochi Tattoo the go-to brand for tattoo supplies in New Zealand. Check out what our customers have to say on our website here!

At Toochi Tattoo, we are not just experts in the industry; we are enthusiasts who genuinely care about your tattooing experience. Our commitment to safety, backed by effective products and personalized service, sets us apart. Are tattoo numbing creams safe? With Toochi Tattoo, you can embrace the painless joy of tattoos confidently.

For more expert insights and to explore our range of tattoo numbing creams and supplies, visit our website: Toochi Tattoo.


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