Penn's Skin Care Program provides complimentary
camouflage make-up classes to current plastic
surgery patients. The lesson is ideal for
reconstructive surgery or cosmetic surgery
During the one-on-one lesson, an aesthetician
will demonstrate make-up techniques for covering
bruises or scars. They can also recommend special
types of heavily pigmented make-up designed
for this purpose.
This special make-up is available for purchase
through the Skin Care Program.
Facelift and other cosmetic surgery patients
may have bruising after their procedure. Camouflage
techniques allow patients to quickly resume
their normal lives.
After the surgery has healed, patients are
welcome to take advantage of a second lesson
in make-up application.
Reconstructive surgery patients can rely on
camouflage make-up techniques for many years.
The methods can cover birth defects, port wine
stains or scarring.
If you are currently a Penn Plastic Surgery
patient and would like more information about
the camouflage make-up service, talk to your