Skin safe silicone used to create fast wounds, scars and to adhere skin effect appliances directly to the skin. Skin Tite™ can also be used to adhere skin effects silicone appliances or silicone masks to the skin even when affixed to hard to hold areas such as elbows, fingers and joints. It is ideal for repetitive motion applications and stays put until you remove it.
Skin Tite™ is certified by an independent laboratory. Skin Tite™ can also be used as a Bio-Adhesive to adhere skin effects silicone appliances or silicone masks to the skin even when affixed to hard to hold areas such as elbows, fingers and joints.
1A:1B by volume mix ratio is easy to measure and mix. Color neutral Skin Tite™ is easy to thicken with Thi-Vex® and pigment with SilcPig™, allowing for an infinite variety of wound effects. Cured rubber is strong and will bend/flex with body movement. Wounds and appliances will not come off until you remove them.
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|› Skin Tite™||Silicone Appliance Builder and Adhesive for Skin F/X|
|› Ultimate Wound Kit™||On-Skin wounds in Minutes!|
|› Ultimate Zombie Kit™||Zombie Makeup On-Skin Fast!|
Wounds, Scars, and other gore makeup effects can easily be simulated using Skin Tite®
How To Create a Gunshot Wound Using Ecoflex and Skin Tite Silicone and Ultimate Blood
Emmy® award winning makeup artist Stevie Bettles demonstrates
Learn how to make a plate mold for a wound, and how to cast and apply a Dragon Skin™ FX-Pro™ prosthetic.
Learn how to do a slashed throat makeup just in time for Halloween using professional-grade skin-safe silicone.
Skin Tite® is a versatile two-component silicone rubber product that can be used as an on-skin sculpting medium.
A detailed description of molding and casting these popular silicone appliances.
Jon N. demonstrates how to make a silicone wound directly on the skin using Smooth-On's Skin Tite® Ultimate Wound Kit.
Smooth-On fan Jon N. shows how he uses our silicone to make a wearable fake leg wound effect.
Skin Tite® is a versatile two-component silicone rubber product that can be used as an "On Skin" Sculpting Medium.
St. Luke's personnel reached out to Smooth-On to assist in providing realistic moulage wounds.
Roberto Mestroni demonstrated his craft at a recent trade fair in Milano
To maintain their reputation as one of the most advanced haunts in the U.S.,The Scarehouse incorporates Smooth-On silicones
Stevie achieves extreme realism by creating appliances which visually and physically blend into the actor's skin
Smooth-On worked with St. Luke's Hospital for this Avalanche Disaster Simulation Event