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Collodium is a syrupy solution made to create scarring on the skin. It will tighten up and pull the skin to develop noticeable lines. Coating a second time can help accentuate the desired effect, but repeated applications can cause damage to your skin or cause real scarring.
Apply a thin layer of collodium to fleshy skin and allow it to dry completely. You will feel the collodium tighten and pull and pucker the skin where applied. The looser the skin, the more dramatic effect you can achieve! It is especially noticeable on cheeks, and can be layered with multiple dried coats to get deeper lines.
Add to the look with some water-based makeup by adding some pink for a new scar, or brown for an old one. Use powder to remove any lasting shine and finish with setting spray.
Repeated application of rigid collodium to the same spot can cause damage to the skin and actual scarring. Safely remove the dried film by using Collodium Remover and cotton balls. Soak the cotton balls in the oily remover and wipe at the collodium effect until it peels off gently.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Be careful when applying collodium to avoid the eyes and mouth. Apply in a well ventilated area. Keep away from open flames, as this product is highly flammable.