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User Reviews for Lidocaine topical to treat Sunburn

Also known as: Lidoderm, ZTlido, Lidocaine Viscous, Xylocaine Jelly, Aspercreme Maximum Strength Lidocaine Patch, Numb Nuts, Bactine, Aloe Vera Burn Relief Spray with Lidocaine, AneCream, Glydo, Tranzarel, Gen7T Lotion, Gen7T Patch, Lidocream, Lidopin, Lidozol, Topicaine, Lidovex, Uro-Jet, Uro-Jet AC, Anestafoam, Eha Lotion, Anestacon, Lydexa, CidalEaze, Dermaflex, Medi-Quik Spray, Ela-Max, Ela-Max 5, LMX 4 with Tegaderm, LMX 4, LTA II Kit, Zensa, LMX 5, RadiaGuard, Lidotrans 5 Pak, Lido-K, Aspercreme Maximum Strength Lidocaine Creme, Lido-Sorb, RectiCare, Regenecare HA Spray Zionodil Lidozion LidoRx Derma Numb Apicaine-X Astero DermacinRx Lido V Pak Lidopac DermacinRx Lidotral AneCream with Tegaderm LidaMantle Xylocaine Topical …show all brand names

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Reviews for Lidocaine topical

zoles August 11, 2016

Solarcaine Burn Relief (lidocaine): “I sprayed this on my mild sunburn and it intensified the burn by 5. I immediately had to shower with cool water. Instead of having my mild sunburn I ended up with a really intense sunburn. It was horrible experience! Parents should be really careful using this product on children.”

1 / 10
SolarCaineReviewer April 19, 2016

Solarcaine Burn Relief (lidocaine): “When you use it it may still hurt. For me, I put it on before bed and leave until morning. By the morning it is an improvement. Every time it has taken the sunburn off almost completely or fully complete.”

10 / 10

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