Travel Size Solarcaine Burn Relief Spray – 4.5 oz
Experience quick, effective relief from sunburns and minor burns with Travel Size Solarcaine Burn Relief Spray. This spray contains Lidocaine, which helps to alleviate pain and discomfort caused by over-exposure to the sun, minor burns, insect bites, and minor skin irritations. Solarcaine is equipped with a cooling aloe vera, which provides additional soothing relief. Easy-to-use and conveniently travel-sized, Solarcaine is a must-have for any outdoor adventure.
|Quick Relief||Lidocaine provides immediate pain and itch relief|
|Aloe Vera||Aloe Vera soothes and cools the skin|
|Easy-to-use||Convenient spray formula|
|Travel Size||Convenient 4.5 oz size perfect for travel|
|Multiple Uses||Effective for sunburns, minor burns, insect bites, and minor skin irritations|
#1 Sunburn Relief Brand!
Pain relieving spray with Lidocaine. Restores moisture to sunburned skin. Gentle no-rub spray draws heat away to instantly cool and sooth sunburn. Also provides instant pain relief from minor burns, cuts, scrapes and insect bites. Alcohol free and doctor tested!
Questions & Answers:
- Q: Why was solarcaine spray discontinued?
Solarcaine spray has not been discontinued. Please check the manufacturer’s website for the most current information.
- Q: Is solarcaine spray good for sunburns?
A: Yes, Solarcaine spray provides quick relief from pain and itching caused by sunburns.
- Q: Is Solarcaine safe?
A: Solarcaine is generally considered safe for use on sunburns and minor skin irritations. However, it is always recommended to test a small area of skin first.
- Q: What is better for sunburn aloe or lidocaine?
A: Both aloe and lidocaine can help with sunburn. Aloe helps soothe and cool the skin, while lidocaine provides pain relief.
- Q: What is the best thing to stop sunburn?
A: Avoiding sun over-exposure, wearing protective clothing, and using sunscreens are the best ways to prevent sunburn. If sunburn does occur, Solarcaine can help provide immediate relief.
- Q: Can you spray Solarcaine on your face?
A: Yes, but avoid spraying it directly on the face. Spray it onto your hands first, then apply it to your face, avoiding the eyes and mouth.
- Q: What is the risk of lidocaine spray?
A: While generally considered safe, potential side effects of lidocaine include skin redness, swelling, and rare allergic reactions. Always follow the product instructions.
- Q: What is the shelf life of Solarcaine?
A: Most over-the-counter products like Solarcaine have a shelf life of about two to three years. Always check the packaging for the expiration date.
- Q: Can honey clear sunburn?
A: Honey has natural soothing and antibacterial properties that can help relieve sunburn. However, it is sticky and may attract insects, so it’s usually better to use products designed specifically for sunburn, such as Solarcaine.
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Isobutane, Propane, Propylene Glycol, Glycerin, Simethicone, Tocopheryl Acetate (vitamin E Acetate), Triethanolamine, Carbomer, Diazolidinyl Urea, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Disodium Cocoamphodipropionate, Disodium EDTA