May 2016

Redness Concealer 31/05/2016
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Redness Concealer

What Causes Skin Redness? Skin redness or erythema as it is also known, is quite a common skin condition. Redness within the skin can be caused by a number of things such as Rosacea, Acne, allergic reactions, Dermatitis, Eczema, irritation of the skin or even simple blushing of the skin. If your skin appears red and you are unsure of the cause the best thing to do it to consult your GP to establish why redness is occurring in your skin. If like many people you suffer from blushing of the skin,... Read More

Bruise Concealer 30/05/2016
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Bruise Concealer

What Causes Bruises? Bruises are extremely common. Most people at some point in their lives will experience the blue, black or purple coloured bruises which occur when the blood vessels within the skin are injured. During bruising the small blood vessels near the skin surface break and cause the red blood cells within the skin to leak. This is what causes that coloured appearance. As the body heals and the bruises begin to disappear they fade to either a yellow, green or brown colour and eventually they disappear altogether. Bruises... Read More

A before and after picture of someone who used Veil Cover Cream to conceal Stretch Marks 29/05/2016
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Why Veil Cover Cream Is The Best Stretch Mark Concealer

Stretch marks are incredibly common, especially in women and young girls. They’re certainly nothing to be ashamed of and can occur because of a number of reasons. That being said many find themselves feeling self-conscious of their stretch marks and wish to cover up and conceal them. This can especially be the case when stretch marks may be on show. For example, during the Summer months or for special events like Weddings where dresses tend to be the attire of choice. What are Stretch Marks? We all know how common... Read More

Melasma Concealer 28/05/2016
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Melasma Concealer

What Is Melasma? Melasma is a skin condition which causes greyish or brown coloured pigmentation patches in the skin. The condition commonly occurs on the face with the chin, cheeks, nose, forehead and upper lip most commonly being affected. Malasma is also known by the name Chloasma. The condition can affect any gender or race but it is most common in with those with darker skin, those who live in sunny climates and in women. The condition is not contagious nor is it an allergy or a infection. The cause... Read More

Xanthelasma Concealer 27/05/2016
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Xanthelasma Concealer

What is Xanthelasma? Xanthelasma is a skin condition where yellow coloured plaques appear on the skin. Usually the yellow plaques appear around the eye area and on the upper and lower eyelids. These yellow plaques that occur are actually deposits of fat underneath the skin. Xanthelasma is harmless and painless but the appearance of the condition can cause confidence problems for those who have the condition. Xanthelasma is said to be caused by having high cholesterol. The condition most commonly appears in those from the Mediterranean region and in those... Read More

Hypo-Pigmentation Concealer 26/05/2016
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Hypo-Pigmentation Concealer

What is Hypo-Pigmentation? Hypopigmentation is the loss of the colour within the skin. This can be caused by a reduced number of melanocytes, these are the cells which produce melanin in the skin. Melanin is what gives the skin pigment. Hypo-Pigmentation can also be caused by a decrease in amino acid which is used by melanocytes to create melanin, the skin’s pigment colour. When the skin loses its colour white patches form. This is most noticeable on those with darker skin. There are a number of different Hypo-Pigmentation conditions such Vitiligo... Read More

Age Spots Concealer 25/05/2016
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Age Spots Concealer

What are Age Spots? Age Spots are black, brown or grey colour spots that occur in the skin. Age Spots are flat and are usually found on areas of the skin that have been exposed to the sun such as the hands, face, forearms and the upper back. Age Spots are also known as solar lentigines, sun spots, senile lentigo or liver spots. So what causes Age Spots? Age Spots are causes by an excess production of melanin, the pigment in the skin. The exact cause of this isn’t currently... Read More

Psoriasis Concealer 24/05/2016
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Psoriasis Concealer

What is Psoriasis and what causes it? Psoriasis is a skin condition. It causes flaky red patches of skin. The condition is commonly spotted on the knees, elbows, scalp and lower back. The condition can occur in both men and women but it usually tends to develop in adults under 35 years of age, although it can occur at any age. Some people who have Psoriasis experience small patches whereas others experience much larger patches which can cause major irritation. Psoriasis occurs when the skin cells replace quicker than average.... Read More

Dark Circle Concealer 23/05/2016
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Dark Circle Concealer

What Are Dark Circles and What Causes Dark Them? Dark circles are very common. Many women and men at some point in their lives experience dark circles or Periorbital dark circles as they’re medically known. Many people believe that these dark blemishes around the eyes are caused purely by lack of sleep and being tired. While being fatigued can cause dark circles, there are other causes too. Some dark circles can be hereditary which are inherited via a parent and can occur even in children. Some dark circles can actually be causes... Read More

Customers Share Their Feedback On Our Thread Vein Concealer 22/05/2016
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Customers Share Their Feedback On Our Thread Vein Concealer

Previously on our blog we’ve talked about how Veil Cover Cream can be used as a Thread Vein Concealer to concealer red and blue tones in the skin that come along with Spider Veins/Telangiectasias. Below is a collection of reviews and feedback that we have received from satisfied customers who have used the economical concealer to cover up their thread veins: Check out what out customer Gillian had to say about Veil Cover Cream after trying out the sample kit: “When I received the sample pack and tried it out on... Read More