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Our online pharmacy gives you the opportunity to order Emla online. The catalogue gives full guidance on the drug application and its description. Here you can buy Emla without a prescription. The medicine is presented in the form of a cream. The consistency is soft and white. Emla performs the function of anesthesia, as it contains lidocaine and prilocaine. Pain reliving occurs by anesthetics penetration into the skin. The duration of the action depends on the dose. The cream should not be applied to the affected skin. Anesthesia acts about two hours. It’s possible reddening of the skin when applying the cream. The effectiveness of the cream does not depend on the color and skin pigmentation. Emla is used for the subcutaneous and intramuscular injection. The cream is compatible with many other medications. Emla has no contraindications.

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Indications to the application: surface anesthesia of the skin, puncture, vessels catheterization, and surface surgery. The drug application is contraindicated in violation of the integrity of skin, sensitivity to the antiseptics, and dysmature infant. The drug can cause irritation of mucous membranes of the eyes. By the drug ingestion on mucous membrane it should be rinsed with plenty of water. The patients with acute intestinal inflammation, heart and kidney disease must apply the medication, agreeing receiving mode and the dose with a doctor. The cream should not be applied in the area of the ear. If you get the cream on the affected skin it should be washed with water. It is forbidden to apply the drug on mucous membranes of the body. The drug is contraindicated for infants and children up to 1 year old. The patients with heart problems should use the drug under the supervision of a doctor. It’s prohibited to use the drug to pregnant women during lactation. The cream has no effect on the reaction while driving. Use the cream, applying a thin layer of skin area. The drug may cause rashes on the skin. The shelf life of the drug is three years. The cream should be stored away from children and sunlight. The recommended storage temperature is 30 degrees. Our online pharmacy offers Emla for sale at discount price for regular customers. The cream is produced for local and external application in the form of aluminum tubes of 5 and 30 g. Aluminum tubes are sealed with membrane and closed with screw-on cap. Each package pledged 5 boxes with instructions for use in a cardboard bundle with the first opening control.

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