Hate Waxing? Not Anymore. Enjoy Painless Waxing!
Discover a NEW way to wax with our max-strength numbing cream optimized for hair removal.
Numb Cream For Waxing
Max Strength & Long Lasting Sensation
Do you love being nicely waxed & super smooth? But you hate the pain of waxing… right? If so, then you came to the right place! We take the pain out of waxing with OTC (over-the-counter) numbing cream. We deliver the strongest Numbing Cream For Body & Bikini Waxing to your doorstep. WaxNumb helps ease you into waxing and also makes sure you have a painless experience. We work hard to provide you the best numbing cream for waxing plus the convenience of affordable pricing to keep you looking sexy!
No more pain & no more excuses! Let us explain more. If you wax on a regular basis then we will ship you the amount of numbing cream you need to provide a painless experience when you wax. Simply apply the cream to the area of skin you’re waxing, wait at least 30 minutes before you begin, you should be numbed up now and won’t feel any unbearable pain when you rip-off that annoying hair!
Benefits For Using Numbing Cream Before Waxing
- starts working in only 30 minutes
- easy to apply and easy to wipe off
- will numb the skin for 1-3 hours
- creates a more pleasant & pain-free experience when getting waxed
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the numbing cream ingredients?
Lidocaine 5% and Methyl Paraben 1.5mg
Inactive Ingredients: stearyl alchol 50mg, glyceryl monostearate 20mg, isopropyl myristate 50mg, polyoxyethylated 40 hydrogenated caster oil 30mg, propylene glycol 100mg,carbomer 940 3mg, methyl p-hydroxybenzoate 1.5mg, ethanol 25mg, purified water 614mg, formulated in a water-based cream.
Can I use this for bikini or brazilian waxes?
Yes! You can also use for waxing other areas such as legs, armpit, arms, etc.
How much skin does a single jar cover?
16"x16" inches of skin when applied correctly.
How does numbing cream work?
It absorbs quickly into the deep layers of skin called the dermis layer. It then starts to numb the sensory fibers and nerve endings. This will block pain signals that would normally be sent through the nerves and then to the brain.