Decaying flesh face and body prosthetic that gives a fantastic illusion of dead and decayed skin with visible lacerations. Smiffys Horror Wounds Transfers are a water-based prosthetic that is applied the same way as a temporary tattoo; simply remove from packaging apply to skin in the desired location with just water.
Safe and gentle on skin. No harsh materials or adhesives and latex free.
Easy to use. Simply apply pre-made scar with water.
Incredibly realistic. Minimal product required to create a fantastic finish.
Made in the USA.
Before applying the transfer, make sure your skin is completely clean and dry, ensure that your hair is away from your face.
Open your "Horror Wound Transfer" By cutting above the blister and remove from packaging. Peel the clear plastic sheet away from the adhesive sheet.
Place the transfer face down on the adhesive sheet, pushing trapped air outwards from the centre.
Carefully cut out each piece making sure you do not cut into the transfer. Once complete, for a better placement, hold the transfer towards the light and draw the shape on the back of the adhesive sheet.
To apply, peel off the clear plastic sheet from the transfer and place the transfer on the skin, pressing firmly. Using a sponge, apply water to the adhesive paper.
Make sure you give the transfer one last press and slowly peel the adhesive paper away. Press down any loose edges with a wet finger. To complete the look you can add blood or make-up as desired.
Use warm water or wipes to clean any make-up and blood before removing the actual transfer. Carefully peel off the transfer from the edge and dispose of it. Use baby oil to remove any leftover traces. Finally, Clean your skin with a warm wet towel to get rid of any residual adhesive. Do not attempt to scrub repeatedly as it could damage your skin.
Acrylic Resin (+/-): Poluquarternium-11, Acrylic Gel Polymer Emulsion, Hexadecene Copolymer, CI 77891 (Titanium Dioxide), CI 77491 (Iron Oxide), CI 77492 (Iron Oxide), CI 77007 (Ultramarine), Glycerin, CI 16035 (FD&C Red 40), CI 19140 (FD&C Yellow 5) CI 42090 (FD&C Blue 1).