Secondary Numbing Topicals

During a microblading procedure it is essential you have the ability to keep your client as pain free as possible. We recommend using the following secondary numbing topicals DURING procedure. The below topicals are for use on OPEN skin only and can be purchase from online stores. We recommend Microblading & Micropigmentation Store for You! – colourtouch (

TAG 45 is another popular SECONDARY anaesthetic for use AFTER the skin is broken on all procedures. It is safe and effective. Ingredients: 4% Lidocaine with Epinephrine. TAG 45 is a great painkiller for microblading, permanent makeup, tattooing, electrolysis, waxing or any other painful procedure. TAG 45 is like Duracaine but includes Epinephrine to reduce swelling and bleeding.

Ultra Duration has an active Ingredient (In Each ML) Purpose Lidocaine HCI 40 MG. Tetracaine HCI 20 MG Local Anaesthetic

Epinephrine HCI 0.5 MG …… Vasoconstrictor / Shrinks Swelling. Temporarily relieves pain from superficial injury to skin such as minor cuts, scrapes or abrasions.

The Original “Blue Gel” Anaesthetic is designed for use during any broken skin procedure in areas where swelling, bruising, or bleeding poses a problem and discomfort, such as the lips or inner arms. It contains a combination of two active ingredients, Lidocaine and Tetracaine, which work together with a vascular constrictor for fast onset and reduced pain for up to two hours.

Please note that the Blue Gel Anaesthetic has no effect on unbroken skin. It will keep skin numb for up to 2 hours and should only be applied once during tattoo, permanent makeup, piercing, or other pain sensitive procedures; reapplying will cause harm to the tissue. Use with Vasocaine to keep skin numb if more anaesthetic effect is needed during the procedure.

Zensa Numbing Cream is an FDA and Health Canada approved product with 5% Lidocaine that desensitizes skin for painful procedures. It is perfect as a tattoo numbing cream, but also great for microblading, micro-needling, laser hair removal and waxing.