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Kathy suffers from acne and blemishes. Airbrush makeup artist Kristina applies Temptu, an airbrush makeup system which reduces ...
contamination from brushes and fingers. See the amazing results!
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Airbrush Makeup System for Facial Hygiene
Dr. Travis Stork: At the top of the show we answered Kathy’s question about keep her break outs from coming back and offered her solution to germ producing make-up habits. She’s been back stage having her air brush treatment applied by make-up artist Kristina Duff with the Temptu air brush system. I want to remind everyone Kathy’s before photo look like and Kathy come on out.
Come on up, welcome. You look fabulous. I want everyone to look, give this new face and the before picture side by side.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Nice. How do you like that change?
Kathy: I love it, it looks amazing.
Dr. Drew Ordon: How does your skin feel, compare to make-up that you put on yourself?
Kathy: It feels a lot lighter and especially when I look in the mirror, it does not look like I have a whole bunch of make-up just covering up all my blemishes. It just makes me look like I just have a good skin.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Tell us what you did.
Kristina: Alright. So what I did is I airbrushed her with the Temptu air pods and this is all they are, a little foundation. They are self-contained, self-sealed make-up container units. And it minimizes the air exposure, so it minimizes the amount of airborne contaminants that it comes on a contact one.
Dr. Drew Ordon: And that was the question we are going to ask you, about how much gets in the air. So with that little filter it controls that?
Kristina: You just hold it like a pencil, and you just pull back on the trigger and its sprays right out.
Dr. Drew Ordon: Spray painting.
Kristina: Exactly. So what it does is, you just—sprays out in tiny—it blends the skin together, so naturally we’re used to like covering it up with make-up, and when you are spraying on, it is sprays on little dots and it just blends the skin together. So take it apart and then I switch to my blush and I just break it like a candy bar. And just slide it right in.
Dr. Travis Stork: So it is easy to use, it is something that whether you are—to it or not, you can do it at home, right?
Dr. Drew Ordon: Any particular advantage with somebody that has a tendency towards acne and we are so concerned about their pores and not clogging pores?
Kristina: Well essentially, you are getting rid of brushes, getting rid of sponges, you are getting rid fingers and so you basically eliminating the spreading motion. So I am not cross-contaminating her skin with my fingers or her fingers into herself and bring it over to another area of her skin which is keeping it nice and hygienic and clean.