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Port Wine Stain
Before
After
Skin Type Normal
Skin Condition PORT WINE STAIN (NAEVUS FLAMMEUS)
Age 16
Age at onset Birth
History Sisters have less noticable port wine stains
Treatment history No previous treatment undertaken, although very self-conscious.
Products Used
Skin-care
- Cleansing: Washable Cleanser (D-1025)
- Toning: Non-Alcohol Freshner (D-401)
- Moisturizing: Day Cream (D-805)
Concealing
- Hyperflage: Green (D-901)
Foundation
- Opaque [medium to heavy coverage)
(Nude D-704)
Finishing
- Loose Powder Porcelain #2 (D-102)
- Blush - Tawny #2 (D-306]
Accessories
-Wedge sponge (D-807)
- Sponge disc (D-808)
- Complexion brush (D-212)
- Blush brush (D-211)
Procedure
1 ) The first step to successful results is to undertake the usual skin-care CLEANSING (Washable Cleanser) TONING (Non-Alcohol Freshener) and MOISTURIZING (Day Cream). This procedure provides proper skin conditioning and prepares the skin for the following steps:

2) Apply Green Hyperflage (D-901 ) sparingly to port wine stain using the dry wedge sponge (appears white on skin, not green.) Let area set for several minutes.

3) Using the dry wedge sponge, pat Nude Opaque Foundation (D-704) to the port wine stain area first. Slightly water down foundation ( in palm of hand) and apply to the balance of face and neck using sponge. Blend into the area of the port wine stain. Let set.

4) Set Foundation with Loose Powder Porcelain #2 (D-102) using the sponge disc and buff with complexion brush, the "look" will last all day.

5) Apply Tawny #2 Blush (D-306) lightly to cheek bones using the blush brush.

6) Complete makeover with lipstick and eye makeup.

Dermatologist Tested and Recommended
Dormer<sup>®</sup> 211 SPF15 60ml
Dormer® 211 SPF15 60ml
Dormer<sup>®</sup> 211 SPF30 60ml
Dormer® 211 SPF30 60ml