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Faxing a prescription? Your health care provider will need to call the pharmacy for the fax. Flavoring masks unpleasant tastes and can help children take their medicine.
Ready to create some horrifying effects for your Halloween costume this year? Whether you want to add some gore to your special effects makeup or you want it to look like you got splattered with red blood, there are so many different types of fake blood you can use to achieve a frightening look.
Because there are a bunch of options, it can actually make picking one a little more difficult, but fear not! Perfect for: Creating dripping looks from eyes, nose, or other special-effects wounds.
When ready to use, cut off a small portion of the tip, then place capsules between molars with the tips facing outwards. Slowly bite down to puncture the capsules.
Angling the tips toward the corners of your mouth will make it look like the blood is coming out of the sides of your mouth. If you do not cut the tips before biting down, blood flow will not have a clear direction. Perfect for: Bloodying up a costume, regular clothes, props, or spraying around special effects open wounds. Spraying from different angles achieves different blood patterns. Ready to add a little bit of gore to your costume?
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Theatrical Blood Has a fresh blood look with thinner consistency Non-absorbent Provides a realistic blood look Creates longer drips of blood Can be removed with mild soap and warm water May stain fabrics Perfect for: Creating dripping looks from eyes, nose, or other special-effects wounds.
Blood Capsules Mouth-safe One time use Non-edible capsules; dispose after use Can be carried on the go Rinse mouth thoroughly with water and brush teeth to remove blood Can be removed from face with mild soap and water May stain fabrics Perfect for: Vampire, zombie, or other looks where blood drips out of mouth. How to use fake blood capsules: When ready to use, cut off a small portion of the tip, then place capsules between molars with the tips facing outwards.
Bloody Scab Thick paste-like consistency Creates gory effect Dries like a real scab Works well with appliances Can be texturized with stipple sponge Can be removed with mild soap and warm water May stain fabrics Perfect for: Zombie looks or creating special effects open wounds or scars.
Spray Blood Creates a splattered blood look Can be used on body or costume Can be used for writing in blood Can be removed with mild soap and warm water Can stain certain fabrics Perfect for: Bloodying up a costume, regular clothes, props, or spraying around special effects open wounds. Spraying from different angles achieves different blood patterns Ready to add a little bit of gore to your costume?
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