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Kryolan Scar Matrix

Size Guide
Product Size Conversion Guide

Since the brands we have on offer are sourced from around the world, product sizings can be tricky to navigate - especially if you are like most people and have not memorised imperial to metric conversions.

Luckily we are here to help! See below our simple chart to help you out with product sizes.

Product sizes by weight (solids)

 0.5 oz.

14g

1 oz.

28g

2.5 oz.

71g

8 oz.

227g

16 oz. 454g
32 oz. 907g

 Product sizes by volume (liquids)

 0.5 fl.oz.

15ml

fl.oz.

30ml

fl.oz.

60ml

4 fl.oz.

118ml

fl.oz.

237ml

16 fl.oz. 473ml
32 fl.oz. 946ml

 

*please note the above conversions are approximate and rounded.

Price includes VAT.

Size Guide
Product Size Conversion Guide

Since the brands we have on offer are sourced from around the world, product sizings can be tricky to navigate - especially if you are like most people and have not memorised imperial to metric conversions.

Luckily we are here to help! See below our simple chart to help you out with product sizes.

Product sizes by weight (solids)

 0.5 oz.

14g

1 oz.

28g

2.5 oz.

71g

8 oz.

227g

16 oz. 454g
32 oz. 907g

 Product sizes by volume (liquids)

 0.5 fl.oz.

15ml

fl.oz.

30ml

fl.oz.

60ml

4 fl.oz.

118ml

fl.oz.

237ml

16 fl.oz. 473ml
32 fl.oz. 946ml

 

*please note the above conversions are approximate and rounded.

Free Delivery on orders over £35

Certifications

Certified Cruelty Free Against Animals

The Scar Matrix by Kryolan holds 7 different styles of typical injuries and scars to be covered with Liquid Latex, giving you the opportunity to reproduce a multitude of versatile prosthetics. We recommend the use of Mold Release Spray and Translucent Powder to ease removal of the dried prosthetics. Do not use with liquids containing solvents.

Cover the template with a very fine layer of Mold Release Spray and let it dry completely. Dust the template evenly with a small amount of Translucent Powder and remove any access. Use any convenient tool, such as cotton buds, a fine sponge or brush to cover the chosen style of injury with a very fine layer of Liquid Latex. Let this first layer dry up almost completely. Use a hairdryer, if you want to speed up the process. Repeat the process until you are satisfied with the thickness of the prosthetic. Let the prosthetic dry through completely. This might take some hours depending on the injury and thickness of the effect. Cover the dried prosthetic with a generous amount of Translucent Powder and lift it up gently at the edges. Pull the latex piece from the template, dusting the surface with powder to prevent the fine edges sticking to each other.