If you are looking for new and different ways to hide vitiligo, then you should most certainly consider Simulated Skin as it has a lot to offer. People with vitiligo often turn to Simulated Skin because of the fact that it can be precisely color matched to their skin and because it is waterproof, durable and doesn’t rub off on to clothes and other types of upholstery.
While trying to hide their vitiligo, many people try all sorts of different creams and camouflaging products that just don’t “cut it”. The dissatisfaction usually steams from the fact that these creams just rub off on to other people and clothes coupled with the fact that it can be quite difficult to find your exact color and have it blend with your skin in a way that looks convincing enough.
Simulated Skin can help by satisfying those things that people are often unhappy about with when it comes to the other creams and camouflagers they have used in attempt to cover up and hide their vitiligo with in the past. It all starts with the color matching process. A portion of your skin is scanned that is still healthy, and from this, a color is made that is then applied over the areas of your skin that have been harmed by the vitiligo. It sounds simple because in reality, it is extremely simple!
Since Simulated Skin doesn’t rub off, the question that is most often asked is, “How long does Simulated Skin last on my skin?”. The answer is that the duration of an application depends largely upon the area of skin in which it was applied to. For example, you could typically expect a single application to last up to a few days to a week, but you will notice that on areas of the body that produce a lot of oil (such as the face) that a single application might last for a few days instead of a week. Since everybody is different and has different types of skin and natural skin oil production, you’ll notice some natural variation in the event that you need to apply it to different areas of your body.