Telangiectasia are branching, bluish-red marks, caused by small dilated blood vessels. Usually seen in the legs, they can cause discomfort when present in large numbers. RiparCover Camouflage can hide these blemishes, making people with the condition feel confident about showing their legs again.
1. Moisturise the skin with RiparEvergreen Moisturising Body Emulsion.
2. Cover with RiparCover Camouflage Cream RC2 or RC3. Cover small reticular veins with RC19. Depending on their size, use the cosmetic sponge, fingers or a brush.
3. Apply the appropriate shade of RiparCover Camouflage Cream using a cosmetic sponge, fingers or a brush, gently blurring the edges. Take care to avoid mixing with the underlying foundation.
4. Using a velvet applicator puff, generously apply RiparCover Fixing Powder P2 for fair skin or P4 for darker tones, and leave on for five minutes.
5. Remove excess powder with the camouflage brush.
6. Lightly spray water onto the treated area and gently pat dry with a paper tissue.
7. Spray with RiparCover Fixing Liquid for long-lasting, water-resistant camouflage.
8. In the evening, remove the camouflage with RiparCover Anhydrous Remover. Place a small amount on the camouflaged area, massage gently and remove with cotton pads.
9. After removing all cleansing product residues with RiparEvergreen Toning Lotion, complete the skin regime by applying RiparClear Remodelling Body Cream.