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It is important to note that E. Fougera & Co., makers of the generic cream widely used in the United States as Lidocaine and Prilocaine Cream, %/%, recommends different timing for application of the cream as well as length of anesthesia. They state the cream must be applied at least one hour before the start of a routine procedure and for two hours before the start of a painful procedure. Additionally, they state that the duration of effective skin anesthesia will be at least one hour after removal of the occlusive dressing. 
Eflornithine HCl Cream, % (Vaniqa) is a cream that is applied to the skin that retards hair growth at the root level by blocking a hormone that causes hair to grow. Studies demonstrate that about 58 percent of women who use it are less bothered by the facial hair on the lip and under the chin. Though Vaniqa is the only prescription cream proven to reduce the growth of facial hair in women, it does not stop the growth. Women using Vaniqa will still need to use an additional hair removal method. But since Vaniqa slows hair growth, women may find that they are removing hair less often. Dermatologists sometimes suggest using Vaniqa along with laser hair removal. Although it is generally well tolerated, in some women, Vaniqa can cause irritation and bumps.