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Corrective Makeup

Corrective Makeup

Covermark was born in the United States in the 1930s, when Lydia O'Leary, a chemist by profession and an amateur painter, decided to combine her scientific and artistic knowledge to create a cosmetic product capable of effectively camouflaging skin imperfections with a long-lasting result and a natural finish. The desire to hide a large birthmark that she herself had on her face led her to dedicate years of research in the laboratory until she achieved the revolutionary formula of Covermark Camouflage , which fulfilled all her objectives and for which she was awarded a patent.

Lydia O'Leary created her own clinic in New York, and for years she dedicated her professional life to instructing her patients on how to correctly apply the products that she herself had created.

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International recognition for the quality of Covermark Camouflage

In 2002 the National Museum of American History exhibited the most important discoveries of the last century. The makeup products created by Lydia O'Leary were included in that exhibition as one of the great advances in the health and beauty sector.

In 2009 the brand was recognized with the International Quality Award, granted by the Trade Leaders' Club, in recognition of its successful presence in the international market and the quality of its products and services.

Currently, the products of the Covermark Camouflage line are distributed in more than 80 countries around the world and millions of users benefit from its properties.

Makeup for serious imperfections.

Covermark Camouflage

Covermark Camouflage 's unique formula is a quick and effective method of camouflaging skin imperfections, giving flawless, natural looking results even when used as everyday makeup. 1 Its waterproof formulation offers long-lasting results, while allowing the skin to breathe and remain comfortable throughout the day. They are products suitable for all skin types, hypoallergenic and with sun protection filters.

They cover perfectly, leaving invisible: couperosis, rosacea, dark circles, varicose veins, acne marks, hyperchromia; vitiligo; psoriasis; scars; burns and tattoos.

Vascular changes in the skin

Couperose Makeup

Couperose is an unsightly manifestation of small varicose veins that appear in different areas of the face. As the elasticity of the micro-capillaries is practically zero, when the blood flow increases abruptly, the vessels become more visible, especially on white and sensitive skin. Couperose is more common in women and its etiology is due to both external and internal triggers.

The appearance of telangiectasias is the main characteristic of couperose. They are branched filaments, which appear mainly on the cheeks and on the wings of the nose, almost red in color.

It is an aesthetic problem, not a disease, but if it is not taken care of, it can lead to rosacea.

Makeup for Rosacea

Rosacea or acne rosacea is a chronic inflammatory disease with periods of improvement and worsening, of unknown cause, that affects the skin and sometimes the eyes. It is usually located on the face and manifests as an initially transitory redness ( flushing ) that later becomes persistent, with the appearance of vascular dilations (telangiectasias) and sometimes red pimples with pus (papules and pustules) similar to those presented by the juvenile acne. The maximum incidence occurs between the ages of 30 and 60, and it is more frequent in women and in people with fair skin.

Makeup for Dark Circles

Dark circles are alterations in the coloration of the skin under the eyes due to the dilation of the capillaries near the surface of the skin and an excessive production of melanin.

One of its main causes is heredity, people with a family history of dark circles are more likely to have them. Physiological vasodilation and the loss of skin thickness that occurs over the years cause dark circles to deepen in older people. Apart from these circumstances, dark circles can appear as a consequence of diseases (allergies, eczema, atopic dermatitis, conjunctivitis, states of hormonal alteration, vascular problems, etc.).

Makeup for spider veins and varicose veins

Spider veins are dilations of small blood vessels located near the surface of the skin, which have a red or bluish color.

Varicose veins are dilated veins in the lower extremities caused by a weakening of the vein wall, which often leads to pain and swelling. Veins are responsible for returning blood to the heart. To do this they have valves that, through the exercise of the muscles, compress the veins and cause the blood to rise to the next section, in which the valve, due to the effect of the force of the blood, opens and by the Gravity effect closes. Sometimes this game does not occur properly. The blood does not ascend correctly, producing a dilation in the superficial veins due to the increase in pressure, an alteration known as varicose veins.

They usually appear at an early age and the factors that most contribute to their appearance are: heredity, pregnancy, sun exposure, menopause, staying in the same position for a long time (sitting or standing) and lack of physical exercise.

Acne Makeup

Acne is a common skin disease that causes blackheads (pimples). Pimples form when hair follicles under the skin become clogged. Most pimples appear on the face, neck, back, chest, and shoulders. Anyone can get acne, but it's common in teens and young adults.

Makeup for Hyperchromias

State in which there is an increase in abnormal excessive pigmentation of the skin, congenital or acquired, as in people affected by chloasma and melanoderma, among others. Melasma is often associated with the female hormones estrogen and progesterone and is especially common in pregnant women, those taking oral contraceptives (“the pill”), and those undergoing hormone replacement therapy during menopause.

Makeup for Vitiligo

Vitiligo causes white patches on the skin. It also affects your eyes, mouth, and nose. It occurs when the cells that give skin its color are destroyed. The cause of cell destruction is not known. It is more common among people with autoimmune diseases and may run in families. It usually starts before the age of 40.

White spots are more common where the skin is exposed to the sun. In some cases, the spots spread. Vitiligo can cause the early appearance of gray hair. If you have dark skin, you may lose color inside your mouth.

Psoriasis Makeup

Psoriasis is a skin disease that causes itchy or painful patches of thickened, reddened skin with silvery scales. It usually appears on the shoulders, knees, scalp, back, face, palms of the hands, and soles of the feet, but it can also occur on other parts of the body. Some people with this condition may get a form of arthritis known as psoriatic arthritis.

Psoriasis is caused by a problem with the immune system. In a process called cell turnover, skin cells that grow in the deepest part of the skin move to the surface. Normally this takes a month. In psoriasis, it happens in a few days because the cells are moving too fast.