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Scar Cover

This is an image of Veil Rejuve-Oil. a pink coloured liquid that comes in a transparent bottle with a white and orange label upon it. The product is designed to treat scars, stretch marks and uneven skin tones whilst hydrating the skin and improving dry skin. 19/03/2020
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Introducing Hydrating Rejuve-Oil To Fight Scars & Stretch Marks

When it comes to our skin things like scars, stretch marks and having an uneven skin tone are all incredibly common. Although common, they can cause severe confidence issues but there are products available to help. This is where Veil Rejuve-Oil comes in. This brand new rejuvenating oil is packed full of Vitamin E. This makes it great for treating even sensitive skin, although a small patch test is always advised. Rejuve-Oil contains chamomile oil, rosemary oil and sunflower oil. The formula works to reduce the appearance of scars, stretch... Read More

29/06/2018
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Colour Correcting Concealers

If you’ve ever looked at our shade range and Pro Kit you may have noticed we have a selection of colour correcting concealers. These shades aren’t skin coloured but instead are Mauve, Yellow and Green in colour.  Wonder what they’re for? Read on.   These shade might seem crazy at first but they play a key role in counteracting certain tones in the skin. Here’s the lowdown:- Mauve On a basic colour wheel, the colour purple is directly opposite the colour yellow. This means that the two colours cancel each other out. Since the... Read More

07/05/2018
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How To Make Your Skin The Least Of Your Worries This Summer

If skin concerns are casting a shadow over your joy for summer, at Veil we’ve got the perfect solution. It’s finally May! After a winter that wasn’t short on snow, spring is certainly making amends with bouts of glorious summer weather. Heatwaves and summer allow us to break free from the numerous layers we burrow under for warmth in cold weather. But for some, this comes with its own problems. If your delight is being dampened by concerns about exposing your skin, you’ve come to the right place. Skin. We’re... Read More

What are Keloid Scars? 30/10/2016
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What are Keloid Scars?

Keloid Scars occur when a protein called collagen gathers around damaged skin and builds up to help a wound seal over. However, instead of fading and becoming smooth like normal scar tissue, Keloid Scarring doesn’t stop growing and invades healthy skin making the area bigger than the original wound. According to the NHS, 10-15% of all wounds turn into Keloid Scars and they can occur anywhere on the body but they are more common on the chest, shoulders, neck and head. Keloid scars are often shiny, hairless, hard or rubbery,... Read More

Inspirational People: Harley Dabbs 21/09/2016
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Inspirational People: Harley Dabbs

Harley Dabbs is a young lady from North Carolina, USA. When Harley was two years old she was left with 85 percent burns across her body after being in a house fire. Harley was given a two percent chance of survival but defied medics despite having such extreme injuries. Unfortunately growing up Harley was a target for bullies due to the scarred appearance of her skin. This lead to Harley suffering from depression and even suicidal thoughts. Harley told the Daily Mail: “At 14 I started getting depressed – I... Read More

24/06/2016
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Skin Lesion Concealer

Skin Lesions are areas of skin that have an abnormal appearance in comparison to the surrounding areas of skin. There are two types of skin lesion. Primary skin lesions are skin conditions that appear at birth or over a person’s lifetime. Secondary skin lesions are the result of an irritated primary skin lesion. Primary skin lesions include Birthmarks, Rashes, Blisters, Freckles, Moles and Nodules (Solid raised lesions.) Secondary skin lesions include Scabs, Scrapes, Scarring and Ulcers. When it comes to skin lesions there are different treatments available depending on the type... Read More

Scar Concealer 06/06/2016
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Scar Concealer

What Causes Scars? Scars occur as part of the body’s natural healing process after the body tissue has been damaged. Scars form when the Dermis (the second layer of skin that is deep) becomes damaged. To repair the area the body forms new collagen fibers which is a natural protein in the body that both strengthens and cushions areas. Once new collagen fibers are formed, you are left with a scar which has a different texture and often a slightly different appearance in comparison to the rest of the surrounding... Read More

Syreeta Uses High Coverage Concealer To Conceal Her Facial Scarring 14/05/2016
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Syreeta Uses High Coverage Concealer To Conceal Her Facial Scarring

Syreeta purchased a Veil Sample Kit from our website to cover up and conceal a facial scar. Each Veil Sample Kit contains 12 different shades of high coverage concealer that enables the user to cover a variety of different skin conditions such as Acne, Vitiligo, Rosacea, Birthmarks, Tattoos and Scarring as well as many other things. Syreeta very kindly left us her thoughts and feedback on the Veil Sample Kit after trying the product out to cover up her area of concern. Here is what Syreeta had to say: “I purchased... Read More

5 Interesting Facts About Veil Cover Cream 04/05/2016
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5 Interesting Facts About Veil Cover Cream

1. Veil Cover Cream & all other Veil products are handmade in the United Kingdom All products in the Veil range are made by hand by our experienced production team in Burnopfield, Count Durham. We follow the original manufacturing process that was created by our founder as it is what makes our products so effective. We use simple raw materials that have been sourced in the UK to create our products and non of our products have been tested on animals. 2. Veil Cover Cream has been around since 1952 Veil Cover... Read More

The History Of Veil Cover Cream Skin Camouflage Makeup 29/04/2016
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The History Of Veil Cover Cream Skin Camouflage Makeup

Did you know Veil Cover Cream has been around since 1952? Originally Veil Cover Cream was created to conceal post-operative scars after Mr Thomas Blake, our founder, was asked to formulate a cover cream by a pioneering plastic surgeon. Before going on general sale in 1952, Veil Cover Cream was first used by “The Guinea Pigs Club” at East Grinstead. The Guinea Pig Club was a social club and support group for British and allied aircrew who had been injured in World War II. Back then there were just three... Read More