Concealer

for all skin types

• For disguising discolouration and dark circles
• Apply under eyes, on spots or blemishes
• Choose a shade slightly lighter than the skin
• Contains soothing and anti-inflammatory ingredients such as niacinamide, allantoin and bisabolol 


 


 

EUR 21.95
Use
Concealer
  • Dot the areas that you wish to conceal
  • Don’t use too much, it’s better to start with a small amount
  • Blend the product well into the skin so that you don’t see the make-up
  • Alternatively, apply Foundation first then use the Concealer on areas which need more coverage
Concealers are not meant for use on the whole face. Never choose a (too) dark shade, but the right colour which will not be obvious on the skin. Always check your face with make up on in natural light too. Artificial or evening light can give a false impression.

Details

Available in two shades, number 10 and number 35. Stick contains 4.2 grams of regular cream.

This Concealer hides discolouration and other skin irregularities, such as dark circles, red blemishes or spots. The cream feels soft and contains nothing but mild substances which won’t irritate your skin. This product also contains soothing, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory ingredients, such as niacinamide, allantoin and bisabolol. This therefore makes the product very suitable for sensitive skin and acne. The Concealer covers naturally and blends well with your own skin tone. Alternatively, you can combine with the Foundation and/or the Powder.

Ingredients

Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Talc, Phenyl Trimethicone, Candelilla Cera, Paraffinum Liquidum, Coco-Caprylate, Kaolin, Sucrose Acetate Isobutyrate, Silica, Cera Microcristallina, Niacinamide, Allantoin, Disteardimonium Hectorite, Propylene Carbonate, Bisabolol, Nylon-12, Tocopherol, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Lactic Acid, Benzyl Alcohol [+/- CI 77891, CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499]

FAQ

 

1. What is the difference between a Concealer and a Foundation?

A Foundation is used to give an even skin tone and disguise small imperfections. Sometimes, however, you need a little more (local) coverage. For instance, dark circles under the eyes, on red blemishes or nuisance spots. Then you can choose the Concealer.

 

2. How can I combine or mix the Concealer with the Foundation?

A Concealer is used to make specific areas and skin discolouration less noticeable in particular. The cream provides more coverage than the Foundation. If you use a Concealer on its own ensure that it is not visible on the skin. Choose the right shade (see the questions below). You can also combine both products. If so, apply the Concealer after (that is on top of) your Foundation. 

 

3. Which shade do I choose?

Dr. Jetske Ultee has created two shades of Concealer. In order to make dark circles less noticeable you are best off choosing a shade slightly lighter than your own skin tone. For other areas and parts of your face choose the shade which best matches your own skin tone, as with Foundation. You can assume that shade number 10 of the Concealer matches the shades 10, 20 and 30 of the Foundation. The Concealer in shade number 35 is most suited to the Foundation shades 35, 40 and 45.

 

4. How do I apply the Concealer?

The fine stick form enables you to apply the Concealer onto areas of your skin with ease. Gently blend the cream over the area which needs to be covered with your fingertips. If necessary, you can use a flat brush to apply it more evenly, blend and/or mix with the Foundation.

  

5. How (long) does the Concealer last?

The formula by Dr. Jetske Ultee does not contain water, making the risk of contamination low. It is always a good idea to apply on clean skin, with clean fingers and clean brushes. The Concealer lasts for 18 months. You can see this by the number 18 on the open pot symbol.

 

6. Is the Concealer suitable for sensitive and dry skin (areas)?

The Concealer has a fine, creamy texture. Thanks to gentle, soothing and anti-inflammatory ingredients such as niacinamide, allantoin and bisabolol, the product is also suitable for dry and sensitive skin (areas) such as around the eyes and on spots.