When following the directions, Zensa Topical Anaesthetic will deliver a numbing sensation lasting approximately 3 hours on average.
Yes, both Health Canada and the FDA approve this product.
We recommend applying Zensa Topical Anaesthetic 30-45 minutes prior to your procedure to achieve maximum results.
Yes, it is important to wrap the area with an airtight dressing. This will allow a 50%-80% greater absorption into the outermost layer of the cells in the skin. We suggest purchasing our Tegaderm Films for best results, however a combination of Saran Wrap and medical tape can be used as well.
If applied correctly, Zensa Topical Anaesthetic will numb your skin for 2-3 hours. Additional layers can be applied once numbing has begun to subside, and should take effect immediately.
One 30g tube of Zensa Topical Anaesthetic will cover approximately half of your arm (from wrist to elbow).
While we always recommend wrapping the area for maximum results, it is not imperative to wrap the area for a Brazilian. However, it is important to note that this will greatly shorten the length of time that the numbing sensation will last (anywhere from 30-60 minutes without wrapping).
Zensa Topical Anaesthetic offers the highest dosage of Lidocaine allowable by Health Canada and the FDA (5%) without a prescription. Therefore, we do not offer any products with a higher dosage of Lidocaine.
No, it is safe to use the product repeatedly, and it will not have any long-term effects on the sensitivity of your skin.