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Fight Spots and Blemishes With Veil Acne Day Cream 26/09/2019
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Fight Spots and Blemishes With Veil Acne Day Cream

Acne, spots and blemishes can be incredibly difficult to deal with both physically and emotionally. Sometimes you may find that nothing helps to improve your skin and this can be very disheartening. With many products on the market claiming to help fight spots and blemishes, it can be an overwhelming task finding a product for you that is not only affordable but works. Today we have a solution for that problem. We’d like to introduce you all to Veil Acne Day Cream. Effectively fight spots and Blemishes with Veil Acne... Read More

A photograph of Dudu Osun African Black Soap 29/08/2019
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How To Achieve Glowing Clear Skin With Dudu Osun African Black Soap

One thing that many people strive for is healthy-looking, glowing skin. However, that’s not always easy to achieve. With many products on the market, you might be stuck on which lotions and potions to opt for. One of the products that has taken the world by storm is Dudu Osun African Black Soap. The reason why? Because it gives excellent results. The African black soap has become a much talked about product as it effectively cleanses the skin leaving the skin with a beautiful glowing effect. Those who suffer from... 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

19/10/2017
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Why Veil Is Perfect For All Skin Tones

The makeup market is about to be shaken up with Veil Cover Cream, designed to make any skin tone look amazing. With 42 shades to choose from, you’re bound to find your perfect fit. The foundation is available in 42 super-blendable shades to match all skin tones, and with its full coverage and versatility, Veil Cover Cream is looking set to take the UK makeup market by storm. What’s more, Veil is on a mission to empower people. We want to spread our honest approach to beauty and looks – making... Read More

24/02/2017
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Guest Post: Jo Leversuch MUA – Why I love Veil Cover Cream!

We’re so excited to share a guest post by Jo Leversuch, a professional makeup artist who has worked with many clients around the world. She has worked with models at New York Fashion Week, London Fashion Week and in publications nationally and internationally.  As a professional makeup artist, one thing I’m often asked is which foundation offers the best long lasting coverage, can even out skin tone and smooth skin imperfections? I’ve seriously tried and tested many but now I can confidently shout from the rooftops ‘it’s Veil Cover Cream!’... Read More

Inspirational People: Beck Lomas 28/10/2016

Inspirational People: Beck Lomas

Beck Lomas is a 22-year-old fitness blogger from Australia who recently took to Instagram to share a message with her followers. Beck shared a no makeup selfie and explained how at times her skin gets her down but it does not define who she is. Beck said: “Haven’t done a post like this in a while so here goes. THIS is my current situation. A pimply, bleeding, sore face. It doesn’t look THAT bad, but it feels prettttty bad. My skin will always be a journey in itself, I don’t... Read More

Inspirational People: Ashley VanPevenage 01/10/2016

Inspirational People: Ashley VanPevenage

Ashley VanPevenage is a young American lady. After suffering an allergic reaction, Ashley asked her friend MakeupByDreigh to help cover her acne. After applying the makeup, Ashley’s friend shared a before and after photograph on her Instagram account. A few days later, a University Student decided to tweet the image with the caption “I don’t understand how people can do this and I can’t figure out how to conceal a single pimple on my face.” The image was then reshared by another Twitter account where it received thousands of retweets. The... Read More

Inspirational People: Cassandra Bankson 30/09/2016

Inspirational People: Cassandra Bankson

Cassandra Bankson is an American Model and YouTuber. Much like Elaine Mokk, Cassandra has suffered from the skin condition cystic acne. During her childhood, Cassandra endured cruel bullying for the appearance of her acne, it was then how Cassandra practised with makeup and learnt how to conceal her pimples. Because of Cassandra’s talented makeup skills, she was able to conceal her skin so well that her Acne was hard to detect. In Cassandra’s portfolio shots, her skin appeared “flawless” which lead to Cassandra becoming a model. Cassandra also decided to start a YouTube... Read More

Inspirational People: Elaine Mokk 29/09/2016

Inspirational People: Elaine Mokk

Elaine Mokk is a YouTuber from Canada. In the past, Elaine suffered from severe cystic acne. Cystic acne is a condition which causes very painful, large, red pimples. Usually, when you get a pimple it is caused when a pore in the skin becomes blocked. This is usually caused by dead skin cells. When bacteria gets trapped this is often when the swelling and redness occurs. With Cystic acne, the infection goes deep into the skin which causes a tender red pus filled bump to appear. Cystic acne can be... Read More

Acne Concealer 16/06/2016
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Acne Concealer

Acne is a very common skin condition that affects lots of people. The condition causes red inflamed spots that are often very sore. The condition can also cause oily skin. Acne usually affects the face but it can also affect the back and the chest. The skin condition is caused when the hair follicles in the skin become blocked. This occurs because the sebaceous gland (a gland that secretes oil to keep the skin and hair lubricated) simply produces too much sebum (the medical name for the oily substance that is... Read More