Does anyone know where I can buy some dermablend?

  1. How well does it cover up? My friend wants to give it a try as she has slash marks on her wrist, and is really self conscious about them, when she has to wash her hands when doing praticums would it wash off? is there any other solutions for her?

    you knowledge is appreciated, thank you
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  3. by   beth66335
    I googled it and Macy's sells it. It might wash off but you don't really need to wash your wrists in medical hand washing so she probably would be okay. If you don't have a Macy's try Google and see who else sells it or order online from Macy's if she can match her skin tone okay online. Hope this helps!
  4. by   DaFreak71
    Quote from tiffany311
    How well does it cover up? My friend wants to give it a try as she has slash marks on her wrist, and is really self conscious about them, when she has to wash her hands when doing praticums would it wash off? is there any other solutions for her?

    you knowledge is appreciated, thank you
    I've used Dermablend and it works great. The key is to get the powder that goes along with the base, it helps to keep the base locked in. I loved dermablend, but it did feel heavy (I used it on my face to cover blemishes/scaring). It's worth a shot. Plus the powder that goes with the base will make the base feel less greasy. It's not cheap though.
  5. by   DaFreak71
    Quote from lostdruid
    I've used Dermablend and it works great. The key is to get the powder that goes along with the base, it helps to keep the base locked in. I loved dermablend, but it did feel heavy (I used it on my face to cover blemishes/scaring). It's worth a shot. Plus the powder that goes with the base will make the base feel less greasy. It's not cheap though.
    P.S. you can buy it online directly from dermablend. Foundation is like 25 bucks, setting powder is same. I'd recommend going into a store like Macy's or Dillards though just to make sure the color you select is right for your skin. It's hard to do that on a computer screen.
  6. by   bethin
    I've used it several times to cover a tattoo. Definitely go to a store to pick the right shade - it is expensive. And you must buy the setting powder. It locks it in so it shouldn't sweat off.

    Mine was a bear to get off. Took alot of scrubbing to get it off. And you couldn't tell in photos that I was trying to cover it up (for a wedding).

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