Foundations have been created to cover imperfections of the face, but now there is a product that can cover imperfections of the entire body. Dermablend Leg and Body Cover was created to relieve the skin of its imperfections all while providing SPF 15 protection from the sun.
Reports say that Dermablend Leg and Body Cover has been used on birthmarks, stretch marks, bruises, varicose veins, tattoos, scars, and those with vitiligo. After properly drying and setting with the powder, Dermablend Leg and Body Cover advertises the ability to be worn while exercising, swimming, and showering—if no soap or cleanser is applied. With such a revolutionary idea, does Dermablend Leg and Body Cover work as directed?
Description and Ingredients
Dermablend Leg and Body Cover is said to come with coverage for up to sixteen hours. Most consumers use Dermablend Leg and Body Cover while at the beach or during everyday activities because it is easy to apply. Dermablend Leg and Body Cover comes with two products. One is the coverage foundation itself, which is applied while wet. Prior to the foundation’s drying the second product, a setting powder, is applied for all-day wear.
Dermablend Leg and Body Cover is said to leave skin soft, and coverage is said to be natural. Coming in fourteen shades ranging from fair to deep, Dermablend Leg and Body Cover is full of various ingredients. These include water, silica, beeswax, castor oil, magnesium sulfate, isobutylparaben, propylparaben, butylparaben, and many others.
Does it work around the eyes?
Dermablend Leg and Body Cover is not specifically formulates for use on the face.
Some consumers have reported difficulty in applying Dermablend Leg and Body Cover, difficulty in finding the right shade, and caking prior to drying. Most reports say that Dermablend Leg and Body Cover is a miracle product. For those who have found the correct shade, Dermablend Leg and Body Cover seems to be all that it advertises.