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Keromask Medium No. 15
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Keromask Medium No. 15

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Keromask London Camouflage Cream Medium No 15 is an ultra-highly pigmented and extremely concentrated full coverage concealer for disguising a variety of common skin problems. Keromask London is imported from the UK to the US. Celebrity Makeup Artists love Keromask Concealer for its full coverage and long-lasting wear. 

Powerfully concentrated, just a small pin-drop of Keromask is all that's needed for many kinds of skin discoloration coverages. Generally, one thin smoothed layer is sufficient coverage for most situations.

Everyday make-up can be applied over a sealed area of Keromask without disturbing it. Keromask is waterproof, smudge-proof, and heat resistant when used with the finishing powder and can also be worn when swimming or playing sports, and just one application can last up to eight hours, providing you with effective coverage throughout your day.

Available in 15ml/.50 ounces Tube

Keromask should never be applied to open lesions or unhealed scar tissue. Keromask is NOT TESTED on animals and does not contain animal derivatives. Keromask is Fragrance-Free, Hypo-Allergenic, and contains no sunscreen.

 

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Parrafinum, Liquidom, Petrolatum, Lanolin, Ozekerite, Lanolin Alcohol, BHT, Propelyne Glycol, BHA, Propyl Gallote, Citric Acid. May contain: +/- Talc, CI 77891 (Titanium Dioxide), CI 77491, CI77492, CI77499 (Iron Oxide).

Ingredients:

Parrafinum, Liquidom, Petrolatum, Lanolin, Ozekerite, Lanolin Alcohol, BHT, Propelyne Glycol, BHA, Propyl Gallote, Citric Acid. May contain: +/- Talc, CI 77891 (Titanium Dioxide), CI 77491, CI77492, CI77499 (Iron Oxide).

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SUSAN HURST S.H. SUSAN H.
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it worked ok. i had hoped it would stay on longer after applying it under my powder.

Thank you Susan for your feedback of Keromask. Did you use the Keromask finishing powder? Or a primer? I'm always curious about how clients apply so I can share tips and suggestions with other Keromask customers.