Relax & wax - No Scream Cream
NO-SCREAM CREAM is an FDA approved topical numbing cream containing 20% benzocaine.
When used properly (see directions below -and do not rub into the skin like lotion!)
NO-SCREAM CREAM will ease the discomfort of waxing between 50-90%.
NO-SCREAM CREAM should be applied 30-45 minutes prior to your waxing.
We recommend that you apply No Scream Cream 40-45 minutes prior to your wax appointment, allowing the product to absorb and do its job.
NO-SCREAM CREAM will not interfere with the waxing process or any hair removal system.
HOW TO USE:
NO-SCREAM CREAM should be applied 30-45 minutes before waxing. It should be rubbed onto the skin, (not rubbed into the skin) until it becomes a fairly thick white layer.
DO NOT RUB NO-SCREAM CREAM INTO THE SKIN LIKE A LOTION Once the cream is thick and white STOP!
Let the cream absorb into the skin on its own. The skin should appear white after NO-SCREAM CREAM is applied and it will absorb into the skin in about 5-10 minutes. Once it is absorbed there may be some white powdery residue as the cream will absorb into the skin but not hair. More hair = more reside. Make sure if you are applying the product over a lot of hair that you rub it in well past the hair and down to the actual skin or it will not work.
Tell your esthetician you have applied NO-SCREAM CREAM so a pre-cleanse can be done on the area prior to waxing.
Test it for yourself. Apply NO-SCREAM CREAM to one half of an area to be waxed. Follow the directions above, wait 30-45 mins, then wax the untreated area first, then the area you applied NO-SCREAM CREAM
Then experience the delight of painless waxing for yourself.
Note from Debbie, the creator of No Scream Cream
As an Esthetician many years ago I tried every product on the market, even scoured drug store shelves, trying to obtain pain-free waxing results for my clients. When I finally found one that actually worked, the cost was prohibitive and you needed a prescription. But, I knew I was on to something and the search was on. Topical solutions that did desensitize the skin were not compatible with the wax and the ones that allowed the wax to do its job did nothing to ease the pain. But, I would not give up - there had to be an answer! Combination after combination, disappointment after disappointment, month after month, then success! A water-based topical anesthetic that works, is safe for all areas and will not interfere with wax applications or any form of hair removal. NO-SCREAM CREAM has arrived!