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mobilemartine

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Micro bladders please help , I completed training this week and am a bit stuck I was told the anesthetiser is Lydocane but on asking the pharmacist his reply was which type and form does anyone have the answer pretty please x

Or a company I can gove my qualifications too and buy products from them ?

Thanks in advance martine x
 

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Micro bladders please help , I completed training this week and am a bit stuck I was told the anesthetiser is Lydocane but on asking the pharmacist his reply was which type and form does anyone have the answer pretty please x

Or a company I can gove my qualifications too and buy products from them ?

Thanks in advance martine x
 

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These are the options I have been given
 

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Micro bladders please help , I completed training this week and am a bit stuck I was told the anesthetiser is Lydocane but on asking the pharmacist his reply was which type and form does anyone have the answer pretty please x

Or a company I can gove my qualifications too and buy products from them ?

Thanks in advance martine x
 

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I have recently done the microblading course and on the course they used lidocaine but I have since been in contact with my local authorities and they have informed me that only a medical professional can admister analgesics or if it is bought over the counter ie elma then the client must administer themselves but I was advised on my course and have also spoken with a tattooist who has said not to use elma as pigments will not penetrate into the skin properly xxx
 

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Emla makes the skin tougher but it numbs the area they need to apply before they some so they are in control to read the leaflet a lot of people I know don't pre numb had mine done without pre numbing and not that bad ;) once skin is broken I use instilligel which can be brought over the counter it numbs most but only for a short time so re application is needed in between I'm ok to use this but not lidocaine as its to hi a dose speak with your local pharmacist to what you can use mine was really helpful x hope this helps x
 

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