ULTRA SWEAT WET LOOK - BodyFX

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ULTRA SWEAT WET LOOK

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For a wet look without eye sting.

A thick gel that creates super smooth, wet-look effects on skin, hair, clothing, foam creatures and sets.

Not recommended for use on foam models. For foam models, use UltraWet Wet Look Stuff instead. UltraWet Wet Look Stuff contains glycerin to prevent it from drying out and damaging foam models.

There are several different effects that you can get with either UltraWet‚ or UltraSweat‚ Wet Look Stuff.

You can apply them in either a thick or thin layer. You can add water to thin them down. You can apply them directly to the skin or hair.

For close-ups, you can coat the skin with an oily substance, such as Bull Frog‚Ѣ sunscreen, then spray a dilute solution of UltraSweat‚ or UltraWet‚ Wet Look Stuff on top of the oily substance to create a droplet effect.

Whenever there is a danger of getting it the actor's eyes, consider using use UltraSweat instead UltraWet Wet Look Stuff to avoid eye sting.

When he was shooting Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol, Tom Cruse asked us to develop a wet look stuff similar to our UltraWet product, except without glycerin, which can cause eye sting, so we developed UltraSweat wet look stuff.

Since this product doesn, contain glycerin, however, it will dry out faster and can damage foam models. Water-based. Non-toxic.

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    06/10/2018
    Vicky S.
    Great product

    Realistic looking sweet. Easy to use, just dilute with water and it's good to go. Doesn't burn the eyes and doesn't have an overpowering smell. Can last a scene or two before requiring touchups

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