Recticare Anorectal Cream is sold over-the-counter and is used to treat the symptoms of hemorrhoids as well as relieve the pain and discomfort from them. The makers of this product claim that Reticare Anorectal Cream includes in it the highest strength, 5 percent, of Lidocane, which is an anesthetic. They say that it has more Lidocane than any other over-the-counter hemorrhoid treatment and pain reliever on the market today. The Lidocane is the selling point of Recticare Anorectal Cream and is a fast fix for pain relief of hemorrhoids.
5 percent of Lidocane (anesthetic)
- Benzyl Alcohol
- Carbomer 940
- Hydrogenated Lecithin
- Isopropyl Myristate
- Polysorbate 80
- Propylene Glycol
- Purified Water
- Vitamin E Acetate
It is recommended by the makers of this product to apply it to the area that is affected by hemorrhoids up to six times per day.
- Keep away from contact with the eyes
- Discontinue use if bleeding happens
- Discontinue if problems persist
Price of this cream is $24.99 for a one ounce tube.
Although there are many rave reviews of Recticare Anorectal Cream for the temporary relief of hemorrhoid discomfort and pain, it is just like any other short term solution to the problems caused by hemorrhoids, short term relief. As a matter of fact, just by trying to relieve the pain and not trying to stop the symptoms completely by healing hemorrhoids, you could make the condition worse by ripping or damaging the swelling of the tissues even more.