Trypophobia Latex Wound

Item #: 36282
11,90 €incl. VAT, plus shipping
Available**
Delivery until 27.06. possible**
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Trypophobia Latex Wound

Holey latex application as Halloween make-up effect for horror fans

A movie-ready special make-up must look realistic and believable for horror fans. Halloween is just the right time to give a trypophobic latex wound a shock moment - especially for people who suffer from trypophobia. With the bloody, perforated latex application, a successful special make-up effect is quickly made up!

The Trypophobie Latex Wound can be used for Halloween, Zombie Walk and theme party equally and can be used again and again with careful use. Latex wounds, like the already prepainted trypophobic latex wound, are simply applied to the previously degreased, cleansed skin with mastic skin adhesive or latex milk. After attaching the latex application, it is adapted to the skin tone of the environment with normal make-up or make-up from the theatre. Additional movie blood like our & Halloween Movie Blood 28ml that Crust Blood With Stubble Sponge 25g makes the effect even more drastic and very realistic.
After using the latex application, it can be easily removed from the skin. Any adhesive residue from mastic and latex milk can be quickly removed with make-up remover, nail polish remover or with soap and warm water. Remove make-up and make-up from the latex application itself, also with warm water and soap, allow to dry and store away from the sun. So you can use your trypophobia latex wound over and over again.


Scope of supply: 1 x trypophobia latex wound

  • Color: red/skin colors
  • Size: approx. 7 x 10 cm
  • Material: Latex
  • already predyed
  • Mastix skin glue & artificial blood not included!

Warning: The product is made of latex. A test for allergic skin reactions in the crook of the arm is recommended, as latex can lead to temporary reddening of sensitive skin. If the test shows a violent reddening in the crook of the arm, we advise against using the latex application.