Can Moles Be Concealed With Veil Cover Cream?

Moles are colour spots on the skin which are made up of cells called melanocytes. These cells produce the skin’s colour/pigment known as melanin. Moles are often brown in colour but some can appear either skin coloured or darker. Moles can vary in size and texture with some being raised and others being flat. Sometimes people wish to conceal the appearance of moles due to personal choice. This is fine. However, moles can change in appearance as times goes on so it is best to keep an eye out for any changes. Most moles are harmless. Although if you notice uneven colouring, change in shape, bleeding, itching, redness or growth, be sure to consult your GP.

Can Moles Be Concealed With Veil Cover Cream?

For those wishing to conceal a mole because of the pigmented appearance of the lesion, you will require a high coverage product. Veil Cover Cream is an excellent full coverage concealer that contains more pigment than the average high street concealer. This means that the product provides better coverage. Plus only a small amount of cream is needed to achieve excellent results. To achieve the best possible coverage we recommend applying Veil Cover Cream in light layers to build up your desired coverage.

We recommend applying in layers to minimise product wastage. This also provides the skin with a natural-looking finish. By using this method you also prevent the area from looking cakey. We also recommend setting the area using Veil Finishing Powder. This maximises wear time and to give the area a soft matte, shine-free finish. One thing to keep in mind when concealing moles is that although Veil Cover Cream will conceal the pigmented appearance of moles, it will not alter the texture or raised appearance of the lesion. So the answer to the question can moles be concealed with Veil Cover Cream is yes!

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