- Topical anesthetic: Contains lidocaine 5 percent w/w local anesthetic to numb the affected area
- Fast acting: RectiCare is recommended by colon and rectal surgeons to help control painful symptoms
- High strength: Uses the highest non-RX lidocaine strength to relieve pain, itching and burning
- For daily use: Adults and children 12 years and older should apply a small amount up to 6x per day
Topical anesthetic: Turn to RectiCare for fast relief from the painful, frustrating symptoms of hemorrhoids and other anorectal disorders. This high-strength topical cream contains 5% lidocaine, a powerful local anesthetic that numbs this sensitive area of the body to reduce lingering discomfort and irritation. Physicians have trusted and used lidocaine for decades as a local anesthetic during minor surgeries and procedures. FAST ACTING With RectiCare, you dont have to wait around for the medication to finally take effect. This anorectal cream works quickly and effectively from the moment its applied to relieve the painful itching and burning sensations commonly associated with hemorrhoids and other anorectal disorders like warts and fissures. Its time to stop being in distress and go about your daily activities in comfort! HIGH STRENGTH RectiCare is recommended by colon and rectal surgeons to help control painful anorectal symptoms. A maximum strength formula, this anorectal cream contains lidocaine 5% w/w local anesthetic, the highest non-prescription strength available. Get rapid relief so you can get back to your life! SAFE, HYGIENIC APPLICATION Each 30-gram (1.05 ounce) tube of anorectal cream comes with a pack of 10 natural rubber latex finger cots for safe, hygienic application. Please note the material may not be safe for those with a latex allergy. FOR DAILY USE This product is intended for use by adults and children 12 years and older. RectiCare anorectal cream can be used up to 6 times daily. Using one of the finger cots included in the package, apply a small amount of cream to the affected area. Avoid contact with the eyes and do not exceed the recommended dosage unless directed by a doctor. Do not apply using fingers or any mechanical device or applicator. Stop use and consult a doctor if rectal bleeding occurs or your condition worsens.