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Solarcaine spray is an anesthetic medication used to relieve skin pain and discomfort caused by sunburns, insect bites, poison ivy, minor cuts, scratches, or burns, and more skin irritations.

Lidocaine hydrochloride is a local anesthetic that relieves pain by numbing skin in areas where it is applied. The spray formulation also contains aloe vera which helps cool and soothe skin to provide relief from sunburn while simultaneously offering moisture to reduce your skin from becoming dry and irritated.

Dosage and Administration

The administration of Solarcaine spray may vary depending on the skin condition being treated. Follow all directions provided by your healthcare provider and read packaging labels to ensure the best therapeutic results. Do not apply more Solarcaine than recommended or change your administration regimen on your own.

  • For topical use only, do not ingest Solarcaine spray
  • Avoid getting the spray into your eyes, nose, mouth, rectum, or vagina
  • Apply the smallest amount needed to numb your affected skin area to provide relief
  • Do not puncture the Solarcaine spray can
  • Keep away from high heat and open flames
  • Store at room temperature away from children and pets

To apply:

  • Shake well before use
  • Adults and children over the age of 2 should spray Solarcaine onto affected skin areas up to 3 or 4 times each day
  • For application on your face, spray into your hands and then gently apply to affected area
  • Ask your healthcare provider before administering to anyone younger than 2
  • Do not apply to broken or blistered skin
  • Do not spray over large areas of skin

Side Effects

Solarcaine spray may cause some side effects to develop while numbing and soothing affected skin areas. Speak with your healthcare provider to learn more about any symptoms that you may encounter when using this spray.

Common Solarcaine Spray side effects:

  • Mild irritation after application
  • Numbness of skin areas where spray is applied

Serious Side Effects

Some more serious adverse reactions may occur when using Solarcaine spray. Stop using this spray and contact your healthcare provider if you notice any of the following symptoms:

  • Severe headache or vomiting
  • Severe burning, stinging, or irritation of treated skin areas
  • Red or swollen skin
  • Sudden dizziness or drowsiness after application
  • Confusion, problems with speech or vision
  • Ringing ears
  • Unusual sensations of temperature

Allergic Reactions

Do not use Solarcaine spray if you are allergic to lidocaine, aloe vera, or any of the other spray ingredients. If you develop an allergic reaction, stop using this topical medication and call your healthcare provider.

Solarcaine spray allergy symptoms may include:

  • Hives
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Swelling of face, lips, tongue, or throat


Overdose may occur if too much Solarcaine spray is applied and absorbed into your skin. To avoid this, do not use large amounts of the spray over large areas or skin and do not cover treated areas with a bandage or plastic wrap unless directed to do so by your healthcare provider.

To ensure your safety when using Solarcaine spray, tell your healthcare provider if you have ever had any of the following:

  • Blood cell disorder called methemoglobinemia
  • Liver disease
  • If you take a heart rhythm medication

Avoid getting any of the Solarcaine spray into your eyes, mouth, nose, rectum, or vagina. If contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with water.

Do not have very hot or cold surfaces come into contact with treated skin areas while they are numb to avoid accidental injuries.

Consult with your healthcare provider if you are pregnant or breastfeeding before using Solarcaine spray to ensure the safety of you and your child.

If you breastfeed while using solarcaine spray and apply it to your chest, avoid any areas that may come into contact with your baby’s mouth.

Some other drugs may interact with Solarcaine and cause adverse reactions. To avoid this, tell your healthcare provider about all the medications you take, including over the counter medicines, vitamins, and herbal products.

Form and Strength

This topical analgesic medication is available in aerosol spray form.

Solarcaine spray aerosol strength:

  • 0.50%

The 0.50% strength Solarcaine spray is available in volumes of 115 grams.


How do you use Solarcaine spray?

Solarcaine spray should be applied to irritated skin no more than 3 or 4 times each day to provide relief from burns, cuts, scrapes, insect bites, or other minor skin irritations. Before application, shake the container well and then spray onto the affected skin area, being careful not to spray more than necessary over a larger area than is needed.

Is Solarcaine bad for sunburn?

Solarcaine spray is specifically designed to provide relief from sunburn as well as other minor burns, insect bites, and skin irritations. The spray formula contains lidocaine and aloe vera which numbs skin to provide pain relief while soothing and moisturizing to reduce irritation.



Additional information

Brand Name:

Solarcaine Spray

Scientific Name:

Lidocaine Hydrochloride – non Rx

Other Names:

Solarcaine Spray



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