Worm Eating Latex Wound

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Worm Eating Latex Wound

Nasty latex application as zombie make-up effect for Halloween

Ouch, what do you do when you get out of a harmless pimple, fat maggots all of a sudden? The nasty-looking worms eating latex wound shows just that! Three fat pieces of maggot have eaten their way out of your skin through a pimple and are now, to the fright of your party guests, seeing the light of day. Who doesn't get sick! We are sure that Clerasil will remain powerless with the worms eating latex wound!

The nasty worms with thick maggots eat latex wound can be used for live role-playing, Halloween, carnival and carnival. Latex wounds, as well as the already pre-coloured maggot application, are simply applied with mastic skin glue or latex milk to the skin that has been previously cleaned with alcohol. After fixing the latex application, it is adapted to the skin tone of the environment with normal make-up or theatrical make-up. Additional fx blood like ours Blood Gel / Blood Gel 30ml and Film Blood / FX Blood 30ml make the effect even more dramatic and very realistic.
After using the latex application, it can be easily removed from the skin. Any adhesive residues of mastic and latex milk can be quickly removed with make-up remover, nail polish remover or soap and warm water. Remove make-up and make-up from the latex application itself, also with warm water and soap, let it dry and store it protected from the sun. So you can use your worms eat latex wound over and over again.


delivery: 1 x worm food latex wound

  • Contents: 1 piece
  • Color: Skincolor/Red
  • size: approx. 5 x 5 cm
  • Material: Latex
  • Already predyed
  • Can be used several times
  • Mastix Skin Adhesive & FX Blood not included

Warning: The product contains latex. A test for allergic skin reaction in the crook of the arm is recommended, as latex can lead to temporary reddening of sensitive skin. If the test shows a severe redness in the crook of the arm, we advise against using the latex application.