Now you see it, now you don’t!

I hope Britney is just sporting a temporary tattoo but if you have a little tattoo or big you regret now Dermablend can help you hide it.

Now You See It, Now You Don’t
Dermablend Has the Power to Make All of Your Skin Problems Disappear

Don’t you just wish that sometimes, you can make all of your problems disappear in a snap? When it comes to appearances, skin flaws can seem impossible to cover up. Hiding unwanted imperfections or body art can certainly be an issue for some. If you’re looking to conduct your own imperfection vanishing act, try Dermablend Leg and Body Tattoo Primer.

Dermablend Tattoo Primer (SRP $25) helps to conceal tattoos on the body. This smooth, blendable primer glides on easily and is suitable for large surface areas. With proper use, you can conceal tattoos for up to 12 hours. Leg and Body Tattoo Primer gives you the power to make that permanent reminder of your wild spring break trip seem like it was never there.

Application: Apply Leg and Body Tattoo Primer directly on skin and blend evenly on tattoos or skin imperfections. Continue to blend at edges to avoid any demarcation lines or unevenness.

When it comes time to let your natural beauty surface, apply Dermablend Long Wear Makeup Remover (SRP $21). It gently and effectively removes long lasting and water resistant makeup, all while thoroughly cleansing the skin with no harsh or excessive rubbing. The smooth, lightweight formula conditions the skin, leaving it looking and feeling radiant.

Application: Apply a generous amount on fingertips and gently massage over skin in a circular motion. Either rinse or tissue off. For eyes: apply with a damp cotton ball, and gently massage with eyes closed. Wipe eye area and rinse with water.

Dermablend is available at Ulta, Macy’s and at www.dermablend.com


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