Scar_On_ArmSkin camouflage products are designed to mimic and blend with the natural skin colour. They are extremely long-lasting, smudge-resistant, waterproof and sweat proof when correctly applied and are suitable for men, women and children over the age of five.

Part of using skin camouflage successfully is to match the products to your individual skin tone. Only then will they look natural on the skin and give the best coverage. Camouflage creams are also high in pigment – in other words, they have a lot of colour in them, more so than beauty-based foundations and concealers, and this is what makes them so good at giving you an even, uniform skin tone.At the end of the day you can remove the products with a cleansing cream or lotion with no ill effects or lasting implications for your skin and in some situations the products can be applied to last on your skin for several days before needing to reapply.

Some skin conditions considered to be suitable for camouflage include

•    Acne erythema and scarring
•    Discoid lupus erthematosus
•    Ephelides (freckles)
•    Flushing and blushing
•    Kaposi’s sarcoma
•    Leucoderma (hypo-pigmentation)
•    Melasma (also known as chloasma)
•    Café au lait marks
•    Plaque psoriasis
•    Portwine stains
•    Rosacea
•    Solar lentigo (age spots)
•    Spider naevus
•    Striae (stretch marks)
•    Tattoo
•    Telangiectasia (thread veins)
•    Vitiligo
•    Xanthelasma

Unfortunately, there are a number of situations where skin camouflage will not be the answer. These include open wounds, viral or fungal infections, dermatitis, allergic reactions, skin cancers, contagious illnesses affecting the skin e.g. chicken pox or measles