Emla Cream 5%

£3.82

  • Local Numbing Cream
  • Active Ingredients: Lidocaine & Prilocaine
  • Buy With Confidence From UK Registered Pharmacy

Emla cream contains two active substances, lidocaine and prilocaine, together they create a numbing effect. This numbing action works on the skin to provide pain relief during procedures that use a needle, such as blood tests and injections

Dressing’s not included.

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Emla Cream

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Emla Cream

Emla Cream is a local anaesthetic and contains the two active ingredients Lidocaine and Prilocaine. Emla Cream works by numbing the outer layer of skin for a short period of time and stopping you feel the pain.

Emla Cream Uses for both adults and children include but are not limited:

  • Blood tests
  • Minor skin operations
  • Having an injection
  • Removal of warts
  • Removal of damaged skin

See more information on local anaesthetics on the NHS website.

Emla Numbing Cream

Emla Numbing Cream is usually safe for the majority of people but there are a small number of people who should not.

Do not use Emla Numbing Cream if:

  • You are allergic to lidocaine, Prilocaine or any of the other ingredients in Emla Cream UK

Speak to your doctor before using Emla Numbing Cream if:

  • You or your child have a rare inherited illness that affects the blood called ‘glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency’
  • You or your child have a problem with blood pigment levels called ‘methemoglobinemia’
  • Do not use EMLA Cream on areas with skin rash, cuts, grazes or other open wounds
  • You or your child have an itchy skin condition called ‘atopic dermatitis’, a shorter application time may be sufficient
  • If you take particular products for heart rhythm disorders

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As an independent pharmacy, My Pharmacy is able to get the best prices for both generic and brand name treatments. When compared to other retailers such Emla Cream Boots and Emla Cream Tesco, My Pharmacy can be as much as 50% cheaper to buy the same products.

Emla Cream 30g

Emla cream 30g can cause side effects but that does not mean everybody will get them. The possible Emla Cream 30g side effects include:

Common 

  • Transient local skin reactions in the treated area during treatment of skin, genital mucosa or leg ulcers
  • An initially mild sensation of burning, itching or warmth at the treated area during treatment of genital mucosa or leg ulcers

Uncommon 

  • Numbness in the treated area during treatment of genital mucosa
  • Irritation of the treated skin during treatment of leg ulcers

Rare 

  • Allergic reactions, which in rare cases may develop into anaphylactic shock
  • Methemoglobinemia during treatment of the skin
  • Small dot-shaped bleeding on the treated area
  • Irritation of the eyes if EMLA Cream accidentally comes into contact with them during treatment of the skin

If you suffer any troublesome Emla Cream 30g side effects while using Emla Cream 5% you should contact your doctor or a pharmacist for advice.

Emla Cream Tesco

No matter where you buy it, which Emla Cream Uses it is intended for or regardless of the Emla Cream Review that you read, you should always make sure you obtain it from a registered and trusted pharmacy.

Any online pharmacy should be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council and any online doctor service should registered with the Care Quality Commission and General Medical Council.

If you are ever unsure you should contact the company for proof.

Emla Cream UK

Emla Cream UK directions for use should be followed at all times. You can minimise the risk of side effects and receive maximum benefit from Emla Cream UK by following these steps:

  • Squeeze the cream into a mound where it is needed on your skin
  • Do not rub the cream in
  • Peel the paper layer from the ‘centre cut-out’ of the non-adhesive side of the dressing (needs to be bought separately in this case)
  • Remove the cover of the adhesive side of the dressing
  • Place the dressing carefully over the mound of cream
  • Do not spread the cream under the dressing
  • Remove the paper backing
  • Leave it in place for at least 60 minutes
  • Your doctor or nurse will take the dressing off and remove the cream just before they perform the medical procedure

A full list of instructions on how to apply and recommended Emla Cream UK dosage instructions for each age group can be viewed here in the patient information leaflet.

Emla Cream 5%

Before using you should ensure you are not sensitive to any of the Emla Cream 5% Ingredients.

Emla Cream active ingredients include:

  • 25 mg of lidocaine and 25 mg of prilocaine

Emla Cream other ingredients include:

  • Macrogol glycerol hydroxy stearate, Carbomer 974P, sodium hydroxide and purified water

Emla Cream For Tattoos

You can use Emla Cream For Tattoos one hour prior to visiting your tattooist but you should always read the patient information carefully before using it. If you are using Emla Cream For Tattoos you should have already have discussed this before your appointment.

Many tattoo shops keep some kind of numbing cream in house, please remember numbing creams should not be mixed.

See more information on Emla Cream For Tattoos on the Emla website.

Emla Cream Uses

You should store Emla Cream carefully to protect yourself, your family and the environment. You should store it in the following way:

  • Keep out of the sight and reach of children
  • Do not store above 30°C and do not freeze
  • Do not use this medicine after the expiry date stated on the box or tube
  • Do not throw away any medicines via wastewater or household waste
  • Return any unused cream to your local pharmacy for safe disposal

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Alternative To Emla Cream UK

While there is an Alternative To Emla Cream UK called Ametop Gel, Emla cream is known to be very effective and the most commonly used numbing agent. If you are sensitive to any of the ingredients you should contact your GP for an Alternative To Emla Cream UK.

See more information on Ametop Gel here in the patient information leaflet.

How Long Does Emla Cream Last

You may wonder How Long Does Emla Cream Last and if it will still be effective at the time of your procedure. So, let’s have a look at the answer to How Long Does Emla Cream Last?

Emla Cream should make the skin numb just 1 hour after application and leave the skin numb for up to 2–3 hours.

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Side Effects

Possible side effects
Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.
Contact your doctor or pharmacist if any of the following side effects bother you or do not seem to go
away. Tell your doctor about anything else that makes you feel unwell while you are using EMLA
Cream.
A mild reaction (paleness or redness of the skin, slight puffiness, initial burning or itching) may occur
on the area on which EMLA is used. These are normal reactions to the cream and the anaesthetics and
will disappear in a short while without any measures being needed.
If you experience any troublesome or unusual effects while you are using EMLA, stop using it and
check with your doctor or pharmacist as soon as possible.
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Common (may affect up to 1 in 10 people)
• Transient local skin reactions (paleness, redness, swelling) in the treated area during treatment of
skin, genital mucosa or leg ulcers.
• An initially mild sensation of burning, itching or warmth at the treated area during treatment of
genital mucosa or leg ulcers.
Uncommon (may affect up to 1 in 100 people)
• An initially mild sensation of burning, itching or warmth at the treated area during treatment of
the skin).
• Numbness (tingling) in the treated area during treatment of genital mucosa.
• Irritation of the treated skin during treatment of leg ulcers.
Rare (may affect up to 1 in 1,000 people)
• Allergic reactions, which in rare cases may develop into anaphylactic shock (skin rash, swelling,
fever, respiratory difficulties and fainting) during treatment of skin, genital mucosa or leg ulcers.
• Methaemoglobinaemia (blood disorder) during treatment of the skin.
• Small dot-shaped bleeding on the treated area (particularly on children with eczema after longer
application times) during treatment of the skin.
• Irritation of the eyes if EMLA Cream accidentally comes into contact with them during treatment
of the skin.
Additional side effects in children
Methaemoglobinaemia, a blood disorder, which is more frequently observed, often in connection with
overdose in newborn infants and infants aged 0 to 12 months.

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