Topical anesthetic spray is very different from a cream and gel in terms of its application. In a spray, numbing ingredients are tightly compressed and only released in form of drops or mist on your skin, when sprayed. The spray works effectively when applied on the skin. It is easier and time saving as you don’t need to wash your hands before or after applying it. Just spray it on your skin and you are ready for waxing. The spray minimizes the feeling of discomfort experienced during waxing.
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The vasociane is a strong and effective anesthetic spray. For faster and better results, you just need to spray it on the desired area. It is quite effective on the broken skin; you can use Vasocaine numbing spray during procedures like tattooing and piercing where the skin is tampered with.
The spray has active ingredient lidocaine HCI 5%. The best thing about it is that you can spray it on the skin during the procedures also; the gels and creams can only be used before or after the procedure. The spray is easy and safe to use except for permanent eyeliner makeup. Vasocaine contains a constrictor that aids in reducing swelling and bleeding. The spray also contains some quantity of epinephrine. The Vasocaine 4oz costs $40.
How to apply
- Clean the area where you want to sprayVasocaine.
- Spray it on the body part
- Within a few seconds your skin will stop experiencing sensation and will be ready for painless waxing
If you have sensitive skin, then do consult your doctor before applying any numbingspray on the skin.
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The GiGi Anesthetic is a topical analgesic spray that is mostly used in waxing and other broken skin procedures. The spray contains 4 % lidocaine that gently desensitises the skin. Simply spray it on the desired area you want to wax, and within minutes, the solution penetrates the skin-surface and makes it numb.
It helps to minimize the discomfort associated with tattooing, waxing and even bikini waxing.The ingredients of the spray include Lidocaine 4.0%, Thymol, Eugenol, Oleth-5, Isododecane, Isobutane, Alcohol Denat., Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Amyl Cinnamal, Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl, Fragrance (Parfum), Benzoate, , Limonene, Geraniol, Hydroxycitronellal, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Linalool, Hydroxyisohexyl 3-Cyclohexene Carboxaldehyde and Benzyl Salicylate.The GiGi Anesthetic 1.5oz is priced at $14.99.
How to use
Before using GiGi Anesthetic for waxing in larger areas like legs, back, arms underarms and bikini area spray it directly on the skin. Don’t spray it near the eyes, mouth or sensitive parts of the body. For waxing on the face, first spray it on the cloth and then place the cloth on the desired area. Wait approximately for 2-3 minutes to allow the skin to get numb.
After that, you can proceed with the waxing process. The GiGi Anesthetic spray is meant only for external use. If you mistakenly spray it on any sensitive area of the body, immediately contact your doctor.
Don’t use the spray in the large quantity as it can result in some side effects. While applying it, always stay away from heat and fire as the spray is inflammable.
You might find it a little difficult to choose from the two products, but final decision depends on your convenience and budget. Both the sprays feature almost the same ingredients and same utility, but Vasocaine spray somehow is more effective to attain painless waxing.
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