Scar Wax is a wax that can be easily be moulded, used for make-up effects such as creating various wounds and deformities on the skin. It's easy to apply and remove, so it can be used on ánd by young and old.
In the dermatological declaration one can read the following:
The products have been dermatologically tested for 24, 48 and 72 hours on 30 persons with healthy skin. No irritation occurred.
Has been evaluated at:
The toxicity profile of the ingredients used, taking account of any contaminants present.
Interactions between the various raw materials.
Quantities of weight and volume the consumer is exposed to.
Foreseeable improper use by the consumer-group.
Take the required amount of Scar Wax out of the packaging with a (Derma Wax) spatula. Then make the wax workable by kneading it briefly between the fingers. If desired, you can colour the Scar Wax at this point with, for example, a little Crème Make-up or Special Effects Powder - you simply knead this through.
Apply the Scar Wax to the skin and smooth the edges down so that grease and moisture cannot get underneath. Smooth the Scar Wax surface and edges off with the fingertip and possibly a little bit of Cleansing Cream.
Optional (for the best result):
Dab all over with a dry, clean make-up sponge. Doing this, you remove the excess Cleansing Cream and you create a skin-texture effect. Powder the whole with a make-up sponge with Transparent Powder to matt and fix it; then turn the sponge over and continue dabbing with the clean side until the excess powder has been removed.
Scrape the Scar Wax off the skin with the spatula.
Massage Grimas Multi Remover Pure or Cleansing Cream into the skin.
Repeat the above 2 steps as many times as necessary.
If a slight film forms on the skin, cleanse it afterwards with Cleansing Lotion.