Lidocaine for burns

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Question

Hey guys, I was in Kenya (Africa) for 3 days, it was very hot there, it was 38 degrees, my skin is burned and looking for something to use, can I use lidocaine for burns, if yes, do I have or buy lidocaine spray or lidocaine cream.

Lidocaine for burns

As much as I like using lidocaine, I wouldn’t recommend it for burns…..

I’m going to recommend Solarcaine Aloe Extra Burn relief Spray since it is something that I also use myself, I have never used lidocaine on burns, so I really can’t advise you whether to use it or not.

Lidocaine is great for numbing pains, I also use lidocaine cream for pain relief, but I don’t think lidocaine will help when I comes to burns.

I know a lot of product online that you can use for burns, but I’m only going to advise you to try Solarcaine Aloe Extra Burn relief Spray just because it is what I’m using myself.

I really can’t recommend or advise you to use something that I’ve never used on my burns, but I’m really positive that since Solarcaine worked on my burns it will also work for you too. Just give it a try and see what happens.

CLICK HERE TO READ CUSTOMER REVIEWS and hear what other people are saying who have also used this spray on their burns.

Reading customer reviews will at least give you an idea of what you are getting yourself on to by hearing what other customers are saying.

As a person who is living in Texas, I do suffer from sun burn time to time and this Solarcaine is kind of my best friend and also a life saver.

My wife is a basketball coach, she is coaching under 13 team, she uses a sun block everyday but she still suffers from sun burns some times and she also uses Solarcaine since it provide immediate relief.

Solarcaine have something called “aloe” in it, aloe will sooth your skin and make your healing process much smoother and a lot faster.

Burns can get bacteria’s and germs very easily, and we all know that germs and bacteria’s delay the healing process of the skin, that why using this will help you heal faster since it also provide protection against bacteria’s and germs that may slow down your healing process.

When I did a small research, I founded out that this Solarcaine spray also have lidocaine on it for pain relief.

The most important ingredients used on Solarcaine Aloe Extra Burn relief Spray are:

  1. Solarcaine: To provide immediate pain relief, this will numb the pains immediately after spraying it on yourself.
  2. Aloe: To sooth your skin
  3. Aloe Vera: this will get rid of the heat from your skin to cool and soothe sunburn while moisturizing it to help reduce dryness.

It is alcohol free, fragrance free, non-stinging and also non-Irritating, it was approved by the FDA to be used on burns and also was tested by dermatologist.

It easy to use, you won’t even need to touch your sore skin, the only thing you will need when using this spray is, 1 you open it, 2. You spray it directly to the area and 3. You are done.

Using this Solarcaine spray is easy as 1 2 3, even a 3 year old can use this without any problems.


Please Note: Solarcaine spray is only for external use, you can’t use it on your mouth or eyes, this spray can be only used on the skin.

  1. Do not store this spray on a temperature above 120° F
  2. Do not use it on deep wounds
  3. Do not use it on chemical burns
  4. Do not use it on blistered areas
  5. Do not use it over raw surfaces
  6. Do not use it while you are smoking, use it on after you are done having a smoke because it is FLAMMABLE.

Can this spray be used on children?

Yes, this spray was approved by the FDA to be also used on children who are 2 years of age, DO NOT use it more than 4 times a day on children younger than 5 years.

Question was: can I use lidocaine for burns. by Chase Wallis from Salt Lake City, Please feel free to also ask us anything you would like to know about anything. We have a huge team of people who are willing to answer your questions for free.

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