Thanks to Katherine Rothman of KMR Communications, I am giving away some Demaflage for one lucky winner to try.
FILL AND CONCEAL SKIN CANCER SCARS WITH DERMAFLAGE:
A SECOND SKIN COSMETIC DEVELOPED BY HOLLYWOOD SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKEUP ARTISTS
Current estimates are that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime.
More than 3.5 million cases of non-melanoma skin cancer, including basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, are diagnosed in the United States every year
The worst thing about skin cancer is that left untreated, it can kill you. A secondary concern is worrying about the scar one may be left with after treatment. Patients won’t know how bad it will be until the doctor starts cutting and learns just what the cancer is like. This is particularly nerve wracking when the cancer is on the face. The good news is that now there is Dermaflage, the first at home cosmetic that functions as a second skin to fully cover skin cancer scars on the face and body.
WHAT IS DERMAFLAGE?
The recessed nature of these imperfections cannot be effectively hidden using makeup, leaving expensive and often ineffective medical procedures as the only viable option. Far superior to traditional cosmetics and concealers, Dermaflage fills and conceals the recessed area. Used improperly, makeup can look cakey and does not effectively fill the sunken areas of the skin. Dermaflage is translucent to let your natural pigment come through, flexible so that it moves with the skin, water proof and lasts all day.
ATTRIBUTES of DERMAFLAGE
· Invented by a Special Effects makeup pro – used by TV/movie stars
· 3D silicone scar filler that fills and conceals instantly
· Non-irritating, non-allergenic 3-step application
· Non-invasive – no injections, no pain
· Dermatologist & clinically tested
· Matches your skin tone
· Can be applied to skin cancer scars on the face and body
· Lasts up to 36 hours- even while swimming or showering
FROM THE EXPERTS
Kim Greene, veteran beauty and special effects makeup artist with over 50 Department Head Film and Television credits. “I use Dermafage personally to conceal a Mohs scar above my lip from having skin cancer. As a professional makeup artist in film and TV it’s a staple in my kit to use on my actors to conceal scars including those caused by skin cancer removal. The Dermaflage is nearly invisible. I also use it to create realistic makeup special effects since it mimics skin so well.”
Dr. Carl Soderstrom, Illinois Board Certified Dermatologist “Silicone in skin products is amazing. I have been using Dermflage for a couple of years now and the results are unbelievable. Scars can be covered cosmetically and concealed for hours and days-instantly. What I like the most is chicken pox scars, acne scars, and post trauma or surgical scars that are depressed can be filled to perfection. Color matching is easy, and most of all, patients love it. I have seen no adverse reactions in my patients.”
HOW TO USE DERMAFLAGE
Step 1: Prime
Step 2: Apply
Step 3: Texture
GENERAL MAKEUP TIPS WITH DERMAFLAGE
· Don’t ever apply liquid foundation over the top of Dermaflage
· Always use less Dermaflage than you think you’ll need
· Mineral based powders work best with Dermaflage
Retail Price: $50.00 for a starter kit. Multiple applications.
Silicone Arts Labs is a product innovation company in the cosmetics and medical industries. Their largest product, Dermaflage, is a scar and wrinkle concealer that uses silicone to replicate the unique tone and texture of user’s skin — vastly outperforming other solutions on the market today. The company’s innovation engine is based on the combination of the science of facial prosthetics and the art of Hollywood special effects. Their breakthrough cosmetic products empower and inspire their customers to feel more confident.
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Please note, I have not tried this product. By holding this giveaway, I am not endorsing it, just giving my readers the chance to try it. I have not been paid to do so and am not responsible in any way for the results the user gets with the product.