Hemorrhoid Cream For Bags Under Eyes

Emla cream is a topical anesthetic preparation. It is a eutectic mixture of equal quantities (by weight) of lidocaine and prilocaine. Separately, lidocaine and prilocaine are solid bases. When mixed together in equal quantities by weight, they form a eutectic mixture. The cream is indicated for the use as dermal anesthesia. The preparation is marketed by APP Pharmaceuticals under the brand name EMLA (an abbreviation for Eutectic Mixture of Local Anesthetics).

Emla (Eutectic Mixture of Local Anesthetic) is a local anesthetic for topical application, developed to anaesthetize intact skin. The preparation is used to prevent pain associated with needle insertion, intravenous annulations, superficial surgery on skin and genital mucous membrane. It can also be used to relieve and prevent pain associated with the cleansing and treatment of leg ulcers. Also, it can be used to numb the skin before tattooing as well as laser hair removal.

Recent studies also suggest that a new topical spray, consisting of an aerosol formulation of lidocaine and prilocaine, applied on the penile skin five minutes prior to intercourse is effective for treating premature ejaculation without adversely affecting the sensation of ejaculation. The preparation is marketed as a 5% oil-in-water emulsion incorporated in a cream base (EMLA cream) or a cellulose disk (EMLA patch).

Like any other medication Emla cream may also cause certain side effects, though not everyone gets them. It may cause allergic reactions, rashes and short breathiness, low blood pressure, swelling of the face, lips, tongue or other parts of the body. It is not suitable for premature babies; babies aged 0 to 12 months who are being treated with medicines called 'sulphonamides' such as sulfamethoxazole. Also do not use the cream if the child is anemic, also not suitable for pregnant and breast feeding women.

Emla is an effective local anesthetic; however, the care needs to be taken when using on infants, also it should be applied as per proper dosage, if any side effects are visible, one should see the doctor immediately. The cream is available over the counter across various drug stores as well as online pharmacies at attractive discounts and offers.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    How can i get rid off Puffy swollen under eye circles?
    I have really bad puffy swollen bruised under eye circles, and I don't know how to get rid of it. I've tried everything, Chamomile tea bags, hemorrhoids cream, frozen spoon. Cold compress, hot compress. I hate it because it makes me look older. I think I might have excess water under my eyes. How can I get rid of the puffiness without going under injections or some sort of cosmetic surgery.

    • ANSWER:
      I suggest using the normal tea-bags again and maybe start exfoliating and wear less makeup, it might help to reduce clogged pores under your eyes, you could also cover it up with some salmon colored concealer :) Also I found cucumbers and mango's worked for under my eyes and the neutragina wave or the clarisonic :)

  2. QUESTION:
    What kind of cream will help with bags under my eyes?
    I get enough sleep, they're not tired bags under my eyes....does anybody know of any cream that helped take them away. I'm not trying to cover them up, I have that but I'd like them to just go away a bit or altogether.

    Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      Hi Mags, As a matter of fact I saw on the Dr. Oz show your exact question. The easy low cost solution, believe it or not, is hemorrhoid cream. It truly works!

  3. QUESTION:
    How do you get rid of bags under eyes, besides natural remedies?
    I'm 17, Male, and I have had trouble sleeping all my life. Therefore, I have really huge bags under my eyes, and I want them gone before I order contacts or anything. I know about all the natural cures, tea bags and ice and cucumbers and all that, I'm wondering if there is any other way besides alternative medicines. And please, don't just say "Get more sleep" because I have tried, you know.

    • ANSWER:
      Here are a few things that have helped for me:

      don't rub your eyes, gently tap your fingers around them instead. This increases circulation and therefore decreases bags.

      A SMALL amount of hemorrhoid cream applied to the bags. Make sure you don't get it in your eye and don't rub it on, tap it lightly on or use a q-tip to gently apply it. This is not for long term use, but it does tighten your skin. A little goes a long way.

      If you're not too embarrassed, go to the store and buy anti aging wrinkle cream.

      Buy a new pillow. If you sleep with your head slightly elevated it will allow better circulation and thus less bagginess.

      If you have sleep issues, you might want to to consider talking to your doctor about a sleep aid. To help you sleep you might want to look into buying a pad to put on your mattress to make it more comfortable or practice calming your mind. Try to mentally relax your entire body and make sure you have a good pre sleep routine such as taking a hot shower and not stimulating your brain. So, some things to avoid are watching TV, talking on the phone, exercising within 3 hours of your bedtime, and reading a stimulating book.

      Good luck.

  4. QUESTION:
    How do you get rid of bags under your eyes?
    Every time I wake up, for the first few hours I've been awake I have very bad bags under my eyes. I try to get lots of sleep, but I can't help not getting a lot because of the fact I wake up early for school on the weekdays. Can you prevent them from being there?

    • ANSWER:
      You can use tea bag, cucumbers, or ice packs and hemorrhoid cream

  5. QUESTION:
    How do I get rid of super dark bags under my eyes?
    I have really puffy dark bags under my eyes...how do I get rid of them? Creams?

    • ANSWER:
      I've heard that vaseline or some other cream for the hemorrhoids can help.

  6. QUESTION:
    What are some ways to hide bags under your eyes?
    I'm not allowed to wear makeup/concealer/cover-up, or whatever you want to call it. But I don't get much sleep, either; I don't have time and I just cant fall asleep sometimes. How can I hid the bags under my eyes? Are there some natural ways?

    Thanks in advance! :)
    If it matters, I'm pretty sure my eyes don't get puffy, but just these really dark circle under my eyes.

    • ANSWER:
      Treatment for puffy eyes

      For many people the area around the eyes is a problem. Allergies, aging, water retention, can all show up as puffy eyes.You can keep your eyes looking younger and healthier with a few simple tricks.

      * Always remove your eye makeup before going to sleep.

      * Elevate your head when sleeping to help prevent water retention in the eye area.

      * Splash really cold water on your face first thing in the morning. This will dilate the vessels of the skin and shrink the pores reducing puffiness right away.

      * Hydration is important, if your skin is puffy drink lots of water in the morning.

      * Firm the area under your eyes with a firming cream.

      * Apply Hemorrhoid Cream. Be sure to find a cream that has sharks liver oil and yeast in it. (Do not get any of the cream directly on your eyeballs)

      * Rejuvenate your skin with an ointment containing Ginseng and retinal. Ginseng will have an instant tightening effect and retinal will reduce fine lines. (Check your local health food stare)

      * Use Cold Spoons. Stick two teaspoons in the refrigerator or freezer for a few minutes, then gently press them onto the eye area to soothe, cool and reduce swelling. (If using the freezer check to be sure the spoons are not too cold before applying them to your skin)

      * Applying cool cucumber, apple, or potato slices to your closed eyes for a few minutes, will reduce puffiness naturally.

      * Get two tea bags, either used or soaked in water, and chill them in cold water or the fridge. Place them directly on the puffy area for about ten minutes. The tannin in the tea will help to reduce puffiness.

      * Wear a cold gel or water mask for a few moments. It not only reduces puffiness but can be very soothing as well.

      * Apply Aloe Vera gel directly to the problem area. If you do not have plans you can leave it on. Or if you would rather, wash it off with cool water after about ten minutes. Give the Aloe a little boost by adding vitamin E oil to it.

      * Treat yourself with a little massage. Place your middle fingers on your cheek bones near the outside corners of each of your eyes and gently massage under the eyes to the inside corners.

      * Add to the benefits of the massage by using cotton balls dipped in cold milk. Or even ice cubes instead of your fingers.

      * Reduce your salt intake. Eating too much salt can cause your body to retain water.

      * When puffiness is caused by allergies take an antihistamine.

  7. QUESTION:
    How do I get rid of bags under the eyes??!!!?
    I have bags under my eyes probably from genetics cuz I get enough sleep, eat well and I have tried all those home remedies and they don't work.Can anyone please recommend any eye creams that actually work? (It's not ageing, I'm only in high school.)

    • ANSWER:
      It's an old trick that's been going around for years, but I've been told to use Preparation H cream. I know it sounds disgusting, because it's for hemorrhoids and all, but it really does work.

  8. QUESTION:
    How can i eliminate bags under my eyes for good?
    I always seem to have bags under my eyes, like insanely noticable bags. and i miss just being normal. so how can i get rid of them without applying makeup?:)
    any advice welcome. Please?:) xx

    • ANSWER:
      I get them to. A lot of people suggest caffeine like coffee grounds or tea bags, but that never worked for me.
      The make-up artist who did my wedding had a suggestion that seems REALLY weird, but works. She had preparation-H cream and put that under my eyes. Part of the treatment for hemorrhoids is a vascular constrictor which reduces swelling.
      It works really well for me and is a lot cheaper than beauty creams

  9. QUESTION:
    How Can I get rid of The ugly bags under my eyes when i wake up?
    Whenever I wake up I have bags under my eyes and They WON'T g away! I tried waking myself up with water or something, but nothing works!

    • ANSWER:
      * Try drinking two glasses of cranberry juice a day, you will need to do this for at least a week before you start noticing a difference.
      * Food allergies and sensitivities play a major part in under-eye circles. Processed foods with artificial colors and preservatives as well as milk allergies can cause this problem.
      * Search the Internet which abounds with home remedies. While the most common are cucumbers and tea bags, there are a number of others. Feel free to test them out, as some may work for some people, but use common sense.
      * Vitamin K cream helps to diminish dark under eye circles.
      * The ingredient in Preparation H that once could shrink the area around the eyes is no longer put in the product in the US, according to their website, so unless you live in Canada, just pass on the Hemorrhoid creams.
      * Cutting onions can help you to cry out some of the moisture under and around your eyes. However it isn't recommended that you carry out this procedure daily but done short-term, it will reduce the darkness under the eyes somewhat. Using the tea bag method under your eyes straight afterwards also helps. The puffiness may not reduce immediately but it will shortly afterwards.
      * Another trick is to put two tablespoons in the freezer for few minutes and apply on the eyes for few seconds, until they are warm. Re-apply if necessary.
      * Dark circles may be caused by inflamed or enlarged veins beneath the skin. Try taking butcher's broom. Taken daily, this common herb (used to treat weak circulation, hemorrhoids and varicose veins) has been effective in reducing dark circles.
      * Wear sunscreen under your eyes, and if you wear it all the time(as you should), try to put a stronger spf under your eyes than you do on your face. This way, the skin under your eyes does not darken as quickly as the rest of your face; so your circles seem lighter. If you do this all year, you may end up not needing concealer at all.
      * Try eye exercises. It can rejuvenate your periorbital skin by improving circulation.
      * Many facial makeup products these days contain some level of spf. Read the labels carefully to determine if your makeup is protecting your skin already. Usually, they contain 10-15% spf.

  10. QUESTION:
    How do I get rid of bags under my eyes without makeup?
    How do I get rid of bags under my eyes without makeup?

    • ANSWER:
      I swear by Preparation H, it is a cream for hemorrhoids loll. but it really works, models use it when they have a late night.

      I put it on with a cotton bud and leave for about 15 minutes.

      It will work unless your bags are really bad then only surgery can help.

  11. QUESTION:
    Is there any way to get rid of bags under my eyes?
    I ma 13 and I do get enough sleep. I juts always have bags under my eyes. What can I do to get rid of them?

    • ANSWER:
      Puffy Eyes & Under-eye Circle Remedy
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      Run a metal spoon under cold water then place on the puffy area for at least 1 minute. You can also apply hemorrhoid cream carefully to the puffy areas; make sure it does not get in your eyes. A great herbal treatment: place chamomile tea bags or cucumber slices over your eyes for 15 minutes and rinse well with cool water.

  12. QUESTION:
    How can i get rid of black bags under my eyes in 2 weeks?
    I Need to get rid of black bags under my eyes befor school starts on September 4th....How can i get them off??

    • ANSWER:
      Hemorrhoid cream....sounds crazy, but it works. It shrinks hemorrhoids right?!?! Also, you can try to take an iron vitamin, Flintstones vitamins are great! Good Luck!!

hemorrhoid cream for bags under eyes

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