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Zensa Topical Anaesthetic

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Zensa is a topical skin numbing cream for desensitizing skin and available OTC without a prescription. It is used before painful procedures like injections, skin tattooing, laser hair removal, microblading or in advance of a wax depilatory. Lidocaine works by temporarily deactivating nerve endings in the treated skin area so that pain is minimized over the course of the procedure. Vitamin E Acetate in his skin desensitizer cream also promotes faster redness reduction and skin healing. Buy Zensa numbing cream from Canada and Canpharm and get the best Zensa numbing cream price.


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Clean area with warm water and mild soap. Don't use any type of formulated skin cleanser or astringent before applying Zensa. Apply a moderate amount of cream to required areas up to 6 times daily and skin numbing cream can be applied as close to 15 minutes before procedure or injection is set to begin.


The active ingredient in Zensa tattoo numbing cream is Lidocaine 5%.


For ages 2 and up.

Don't exceed dosage guidelines explained in insert. If you are not relieved of pain, you have the option of halting the procedure or tolerating the injection.

For topical use on skin only.

Keep away from eyes, ears, mouth, nose, and genitals.

Store between 15 and 30 degrees Celsius and cream should not be frozen.


There are no established drug interaction risks for Zensa and other Rx or OTC medications, but if you have any concerns, you can let the pharmacist know of all medications you are currently taking before you buy Zensa numbing cream.

Side Effects

Zensa side effects may occur, and some users may experience redness, rash, or skin irritation. If side effects are experienced, it may be best to stop use and meet with a pharmacist again to discuss skin numbing cream alternatives.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the efficacy and onset for Zensa cream?

Zensa Lidocaine Cream will numb skin within 10 minutes and keep it numb for 3 hours.

What sizes is Zensa available in?

Zensa Lidocaine Cream is available in two sizes: 30g and 2.5g tubes. The 30g tube is best for shingles, hemorrhoids, and tattooing, while the 2.5g tube is for injections, skin tag removal, and piercings.

What are the ingredients in Zensa Lidocaine Cream?

The active ingredient in Zensa Lidocaine Cream is 5% Lidocaine. The non-active, excipient and filler ingredients are Purified Water, Benzyl Alcohol, Carbopol, Lecithin, Propylene Glycol, Vitamin E Acetate.

What is the pH of Zensa Lidocaine Cream?

Zensa Lidocaine Cream has a neutral pH of 7.4.

Where should Zensa Lidocaine Cream not be applied?

Keep Zensa Lidocaine Cream away from the eyes or ears and make sure it is not ingested through the mouth or anywhere internally.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The above information is intended to increase awareness of health information and does not suggest treatment or diagnosis. This information is not a substitute for individual medical attention and should not be construed to indicate that use of the drug is safe, appropriate, or effective for you. See your health care professional for medical advice and treatment.