Super Soft Feet With Veil Rich Nourishing Cream

Super Soft Feet With Veil Rich Nourishing Cream

When it comes to dry skin we know that it can be a pain. Sometimes your average moisturiser just cannot help the issue however we have a product to help you and that product is our Rich Nourishing Cream. This cream is excellent at moisturising the skin thanks to one of its ingredients which is the purest Almond Oil. Almond Oil is known for its skin treating properties. Almond Oil is great for improving the complexion and retaining glow, relieving dry and irritated skin, soothing skin irritation and inflammation, nourishing skin making it softer and smoother, moisturising better and deeper compared to other products, preventing the signs of ageing by renewing skin cells making the skin appear fresher, younger and more radiant, it can also help with irritation and itching caused by Psoriasis and Eczema. The way Almond Oil works is because it is rich in vitamins A, B and E which are all fantastic for the skin. The oil helps to maintain moisture levels in the skin and absorbs well into the skin without blocking the pores.

Although our Rich Nourishing Cream can be used for treating all of the above skin issues, we do stress to carry out a small patch test on your desired area, just to make sure that the product is suitable for you. Our personal favourite way to use the product is on our feet. Suffer from really tough dry skin on the soles and heels of your feet or just fancy a little TLC after a long day of walking about and being on your feet? Simply smother your feet in Rich Nourishing Cream right before bed, pop on your favourite pair of fluffy socks and leave overnight. In the morning when we wake up after a night catching up on our beauty sleep we find our feet are not only moisturised but they are soft and ultra smooth. We tend to carry this routine out every week to keep our tootsies in tip top condition. Suffer from dry hands? You can also use the product on your hands, just apply the same as you would on your feet followed by a pair of trusty hand mask gloves.

The Veil Rich Nourishing Cream retails at £6.00 for 100g and is available to purchase from our website.

Loves and Loathes Chats About Veil Cover Cream

Loves and Loathes Chats About Veil Cover Cream

UK blogger Helen from Loves and Loathes recently chatted about Veil Cover Cream. She said:

“I don’t have any birthmarks or tattoos to test the coverage out on (at least none that are on public show!), but I did use the Cover Cream to conceal a rather large bruise on my forearm, as well as to cover lighter blemishes and dark circles, and the results were great.”

Check out Helen’s full post here.

4 Skin Conditions Veil Cover Cream Can Hide and Conceal

4 Skin Conditions That Veil Cover Cream Can Hide and Conceal

 

  • Rosacea
    Rosacea is a relapsing condition which often flares up and then goes through periods where it is less severe. The exact cause of the condition is actually unknown however, possible factors have been suggested which include abnormalities in the blood vessels of the face and a reaction to microscopic mites found on the face. There are also certain things that are known to trigger Rosacea. These include exposure to sunlight, stress, hot and cold weather, spicy foods, strenuous exercise, alcohol and caffeine. The main symptom that Rosacea causes is flushing and redness of the skin. However the condition can also cause burning and stinging sensations, spots and small blood vessels in the skin to become visible. For more information on Rosacea check out the NHS site, the Rosacea Support Group and the National Rosacea Society.
  • Vitiligo
    Vitiligo is the long term condition that causes pale white patches to develop on the skin due to the lack of Melanin, a pigment in the skin. It isn’t clear what causes the lack of Melanin however, the condition has been linked to problems with the immune system and nerve endings in the skin. Vitiligo can affect any area of the skin but it most commonly occurs on the areas of skin that are exposed to the sun. These include the face, neck and hands. The condition varies from person to person with some people getting a few small patches while others get big patches that eventually join together to form large areas of the skin. Theses patches are usually permanent. For more information on Vitiligo, check out the NHS site, the British Skin Foundation and the Vitiligo Society.
  • Acne
    Acne is a common skin condition. It causes spots to develop on the skin usually on the face, back and chest. The spots can range from surface blackheads and whiteheads which can be deep, inflamed, pus filled and even cyst like. Acne can also lead to scarring. The condition is most commonly linked to changes in the hormone levels during puberty however, it can start at any age. It  affects the oil gland next to the hair follicles in the skin. Certain hormones can trigger these glands to produce more oily substance called Sebum. Sebum is an essential substance and is what lubricates the hair and skin however, when too much is produced the Sebum and dead skin cells build up in the hair follicles causing a soft plug and an environment where bacteria can thrive. Once the clogged pores become infected with bacteria, inflammation occurs. The blocked pore may then cause the follicle to bulge and produce a whitehead. When the whitehead is open to the surface it usually darkens causing a blackhead. Although this may appear to be dirt, the colour is actually caused by the white head reacting with the oxygen in the air. This is known as oxidizing. Underneath the blackhead the pore is congested with bacteria and oil. Blockages in the skin can also develop deep in the follicles, when this occurs cyst like lumps occur deep beneath the surface of the skin. There are also many myths about Acne and many people believe that eating greasy foods, having dirty skin and using cosmetics can cause the condition however, that is not the case although hormone changes, certain medications, diet and stress are known to worsen Acne. For more information on Acne, check out the NHS site and the British Skin Foundation.
  • Birthmarks
    Birthmarks come in all different forms. They are coloured marks that are visible on the skin. Normally they are present at birth or develop soon afterwards. There are two main types of birthmark. Vascular, these are often red, pink or purple and are caused by abnormal blood vessels in/under the skin. There are also Pigmented Birthmarks, these are usually brown or tan in colour and are caused by a cluster of pigment cells. Examples of Vascular Birthmarks are Salmon Patch/Stork Mark, Infantile Haemangioma and Port Wine Stain. Examples of Pigmented Birthmarks include Cafe Au Lait Spots, Mongolian Spots and Congenital Melanocytic Naevi. The exact cause of birthmarks is not fully understood however, we do know that they are usually not inherited. Vascular birthmarks are caused by abnormal blood vessels in the skin whereas Pigmented birthmarks are caused by a cluster of pigment cells. For more information on Birthmarks, head over to the NHS site, the Birthmark Support Group and the Vascular Birthmarks Foundation.

 

If you suffer from any of the above skin conditions and find you lack in confidence, Veil Cover Cream can help. Our full coverage camouflage product can hide, cover and conceal a whole host of things including all of the conditions above. Skin Conditions can cause psychological effects to sufferers and although the use of our camouflage product cannot change the structure of the skin, it can immediately improve the visual effect which in turn can help regain self esteem making tasks like popping to the shops and engaging in social activities that little bit more bearable.

 

What Veil Cover Cream Shade Am I?

What Veil Cover Cream Shade Am I?

Many people often ask us the question “What Veil Cover Cream Shade Am I?”  We do not like to recommend shades as our range is so large (we have over 40 different colours!) We unfortunately do not currently offer a skin colour shade matching service however, we do have three sample kits in our product range that are available to purchase. These come in the shades Light, Medium and Dark. Each kit contains twelve different shades of product and our two finishing powders in Translucent and Dusk to help set the camouflage cream. The idea of our kits is that you are able to test out our Cover Cream in the comfort of your own home and find a shade which matches your skin tone. To find your shade you simply pop a very small amount of cream onto the area that you wish to cover and blend into your skin. Once you find a shade that looks natural and you are happy with your results, you can then go on to purchase one of our full size Cover Cream jars with ease knowing that your shade choice will work for you.

What Is The Difference Between The Original and The New Shade Veil Demonstration Kits?

What Is The Difference Between The Original and The New Shade Veil Demonstration Kits?

When it comes to our Demonstration Kits we find they are the ideal product for makeup artists, cosmetic enthusiasts and of course skin camouflage specialists as they are both compact in book style palette form and contain a whole variety of colours, ideal if you are working with various skin tones. We currently have two versions available to purchase, Original and New Shade. Many people aren’t too sure on which one to go for or what the difference is between the two so we thought we’d  explain the difference.  Firstly both kits come with twenty different Cover Cream shades. These are housed in what we call medallions and they come complete with screw off lids to ensure good hygiene and to keep the cream in tip top condition. As well as the camouflage product you also get a medallion of finishing powder to help you complete the look and increase wear time of the Cover Cream.

The Original board contains our Translucent powder, ideal for all skin tones whereas the New Shade board contains our Dusk finishing powder. This powder has a slight tint to it, making it ideal for those with dark toned skin or those who have tanned. Our New shade contains the shades Cream, Wheat, Vanilla, Natural Light, Suede, Biscuit, Oyster, Almond, Honey, Sunglow, Beige, Caramel, Cinnamon, Latte, Oak, Hazelnut, Chestnut, Fudge, Coffee and Toffee. All the shades are flesh coloured ranging from light to dark. The Original board contains the shades Natural, Natural Medium, Dark, Suntan, Natural Tan, Peach, Tan, No. 3, Ebony, Umber, Medium, Rose, Yellow, No. 2, Green, Mauve, Brown, Mocha, Olive and White. These shades are a mixture of light to dark flesh colours and colour correcting shades which are designed to tackle things like redness, sallowness and blue undertones in the skin.