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Taking the Edge Off of Beautification Side-Effects

If you're struggling with skin irritation after laser-hair removal, you may be able to find soothing relief through BLT numbing cream

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In Los Angeles, laser hair removal is an increasingly popular method for keeping pesky body hair away for extended periods, allowing the beauty-conscious to stand out in the cosmopolitan city. However, any time you enhance your appearance, you need to be prepared for unexpected side effects – some of which can be unsightly, irritating or even painful. That's why there's a growing market for the type of FDA- approved laser numbing cream offered at facilities like OuRX Pharmacy, Inc. Active ingredients in BLT numbing cream from the Santa Monica pharmacy include benzocaine, lidocaine, and tetracaine – anesthetics that have been used to provide a soothing, comfortable effect for years in prescription and over-the-counter products alike.

When used for laser hair removal, numbing creams can be applied to reduce sensitivity and discomfort both before and after the treatment. However, it's important to contact a qualified medical expert to ensure proper use. Like any pharmaceutical product, even the highest quality numbing creams are not without their share of risks when used improperly. That's why it's so helpful to acquire topical creams from proven pharmaceutical experts like those at the acclaimed compounding pharmacy in Santa Monica, OuRX Pharmacy, Inc.

Expert Pharmacists Minimize Risks

The team at OuRX Pharmacy, Inc. has over 20 years of experience providing top-quality, sterile pharmaceutical compounding and other products to Santa Monica residents, and they're committed to offering creams for laser hair removal that always meet FDA standards. Further still, their facility is registered with the California Board of Pharmacy and licensed for the preparation of sterile injectables, so you can rest assured that they bring a high level of industry expertise to their patients.

Perhaps the most important step in ensuring you receive the soothing effects of numbing cream without unwanted side effects is to contact a qualified pharmacist. At OuRX Pharmacy, Inc., a member of the facility will gladly answer any questions you might have when seeking out relief from irritated skin, including questions about proper usage and amount of cream necessary, and ways to minimize the risk of side effects.

OuRX Pharmacy, Inc. carries both over-the-counter and prescribed medications, so no matter how severe or moderate your skin irritation is, there's bound to be a cream for your needs. In addition to numbing cream, their sterile health products include effective, allergen-free medication for patients who need pills, vitamins, injectables, homeopathic remedies, eye-drops and more.

To make sure you're comfortable after laser hair removal, utilize numbing cream and other pharmaceuticals at OuRX Pharmacy, Inc. You can reach them by calling 310-421-8736 or visit www.globalcompoundingrx.com  today. The pharmacy accepts most insurance and pharmacists are prepared to answers any questions relating to the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) as it relates to prescription medication. Their staff also ships globally, so no matter where you're located, you can embrace a thoughtful approach to beauty and health with OuRX Pharmacy, Inc.

SOURCE OuRX Pharmacy, Inc.

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