Scars, Sweat & Tears
A molding type plastic that sets quickly to make scars and blisters.
This product is currently being reformulated and will be available in early 2013.
Thick, acetone-based plastic material in an aluminum tube.
Used to build keloid scars, blisters and various construction makeups.
Apply to skin and blend edges with acetone. Patch test for sensitivity prior to use.
Avoid using near eyes.
54 gram tube
These trays were designed by Dick Smith for his Monster Makeup Handbook and has proven to be a very popular item. The trays consists of a variety of weird scars and lacerations. This is the most e...
Used to create perspiration and is applied with a stipple sponge or a manual spray bottle. Placed in the corner of the eye (NOT IN THE EYE), it will run and simulate a tear.
Used to make three dimensional scars. Ground shipping only for this item.
This is the base of most gelatin kits. Used by the professionals who want to create their own formula.
-Plastic in tube for scars and facial alterations. Can be applied directly to skin or used on fishskin (Product # KR6599) enabling repeated use of prefabricate items.
Jelly-like product for simulating wet skin or perspiration. Non greasy. Washable.
Produced from natural material, used as basis for Tuplast. You actually build the scar on it.
This liquid scar producing material is slightly pink-tinted and semi-matte. Liquid is contained in a glass bottle with brush or in a tube. Used to create incised (recessed) scars.1 oz. bottle