Foam Latex Masks and Prosthetic Appliances
We offer movie quality foam latex masks and prosthetic appliances.
Why is Foam Latex Better than Slip Cast Liquid Latex?
Regular slip cast liquid latex masks simply don’t look real. They are typically made large enough to fit over your head. They don’t breathe and you have to take them off to drink or eat. Our foam latex prosthetic appliances and masks are different. They are made of high quality soft foam latex with thin edges that blend into your real skin. When applied properly, you won’t see where the edges are.
You can also see the expressions of the wearer. Since they are made of soft foam latex, they wick away perspiration and can be worn for hours. Best of all, you’ll be able to eat and drink without having to remove them first.
Learn how to attach, apply makeup, remove and store your foam latex mask and appliances. Download our FREE Foam Latex Appliance: Make-up Application Guide.
Designed by Hollywood Professionals
Our prosthetic appliances and masks are designed by Hollywood professionals with comfort in mind since they are generally worn for many hours. They are perfect for film, TV, commercials, parties, theater, conventions, trade shows, Halloween, cosplay, or corporate events.
Save Time with Pre-applied Makeup
You can order our masks and appliances with the makeup pre-applied by us. If you have us do the work, you’ll save time and get a professional look.
While we don’t guarantee that you’ll be able to reuse your appliance or mask, you should get several reuses if you are careful when removing the pieces and powder them before storing them in a plastic bag. Since the edges are very thin, they can also be torn if not carefully removed after being loosened.
Tip: Thoroughly soak the appliance or mask with the 99% rubbing alcohol (91% will work. available through a drug store) to reactivate the pros-aide adhesive before removing from the skin. Allow the rubbing alcohol to evaporate completely before powdering. Also add a little powder to the bag before placing the appliance or mask in it. Use caution when working around the eyes!
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