Dermablend is a post-procedural cosmetic.

You might want to consult a dermatologist who is board-certified to learn about cosmetic procedures, such as injectables, that can help you.

The bruising that can occur after injectables, whether it’s dermal fillers, wrinkle-relaxers like BOTOX(r), or Dysport(r), is something to be prepared for. The side effects of cosmetic procedures like facelifts or pulsed-dye laser treatments can also include bruising. As a dermatologist, I’ve seen my fair share of bruises from operations and other accidents. It is important to me that there is a concealer available to cover up bruises for those occasions when it is necessary to be out in public,” states board-certified dermatologist Dr. Joel Schlessinger, CEO of LovelySkin. While fillers and neurotoxins like BOTOX(r), usually go according to plan without bruising but these can also lead to minor bruises that can last for up to two week. Dermablend is my go-to for these situations.” Dermablend is a dermatologist-developed line known for its superior coverage, and it has the best concealer to cover bruises: Dermablend Cover Care Full Coverage Concealer. We’ll dive into how you can use it best as part of your after-procedure makeup routine.

Begin with primer

Use your concealer

Finish with Powder

Makeup tips for after-procedure procedures

Prime your skin with primer

If you want to improve the look of your skin, applying a derma blend primer will help. Dermablend Jelly Primer is perfect for after-procedure makeup. Its hydrating formula conditions and moisturizes your skin while preparing it for the next step of concealer application to cover bruises. It is ideal for skin types ranging from normal to dry and sensitive skin. The primer has a gel-like texture that is completely transparent and works with all skin tones.

How do you conceal bruises using concealer?

Dermablend Full Coverage Concealer offers a creamy, lightweight formula with high pigmentation that provides full coverage for up to 24 hours. This concealer is also waterproof and transfer-resistant, so it’s a good choice for any activities that you have planned after your procedure. The large doe foot applicator is ideal for concealing under the eyes. Avoid applying excessive pressure to the treated area when using this concealer to cover bruising after a procedure. Dermablend suggests that for best results, you use the applicator and dispense some concealer on the back of your hands. Then, using your ring fingers, gently tap the concealer into your bruised skin.

Set your post-procedure makeup with powder.

.After your procedure, dust a little Dermablend loose-setting powder on the face. This translucent powder will set your concealer without changing its color, so it is suitable for all skin types. This powder also absorbs excess oil to give your skin a matte, natural finish. Dip the bristles on a powder brush in the powder, tap it gently to remove any excess product, and then sweep the brush across your face. You’re done!

More post-procedure makeup tips

Dermablend Tone-Evening Continuous Correction CC Cream can be used as part of a post-procedure routine to cover up minor bruises. This lightweight, breathable foundation has an SPF 50 and is made up of three chemical sunscreens, homosalate octisalate octocrylene. This foundation also contains niacinamide, which can reduce the appearance of any red es, and vitamin n E, which is an antioxidant and softens skin. It can be applied to the entire face as you would with a liquid foundation.

Are you looking for a concealer that will cover up bruises? Dermablend Body and Leg Makconcealeals bruises, birthmarscarscars, or varicose veins on any part of the body. The highly pigmented formula is so powerful that it can cover tattoos. It can be applied with a makeup sponge or your fingers. Then, dust it with a Dermablend powder to set it.