View Full Version : Nu-Skin foam appliances???
07-27-2007, 11:49 PM
Ok while searching for foam latex appliances I seem to keep running into products that look exactly like the old Nu-Skin products? Now I know they went out of business so is someone reproducing all their stuff, or did they start a new business???
I used to order alot of their "Seconds" stuff that was damaged or defected and would love to find another company that offers that. If anyone could provide any information that would be great, or if you know a company that sells second I would be interested in that also. We buy the good quality stuff also, but love the seconds to play with and cut up for various looks.
07-28-2007, 04:54 AM
Evernight, I too used to buy Nuskins seconds, and since they went out of business, I have yet to find anyone else that will sell seconds, and to be honest I think the reason is that most others just sell their seconds off as quality pieces, I know that I Have a few prothestics here that are sooooooooo thin you can see thru them. From a new vendor standpoint I can understand why they dont want to sell the seconds, alot of time and effort go into making the foam pieces, and it makes me mad when the piece doesnt come out right, but 5 bucks is better than no bucks and No bucks is better than selling someone a inferior piece at fullprice.
check out www.compositefx.com these guys are coming up fast in the industry! on that note check out our slip pieces, nice affordable reusable slip latex appliances........... www.bodybagging.com
07-28-2007, 12:44 PM
It seems the site for http://www.compositefx.com/ isn't up. Is there another link to these guys?
BTW, in trying to hunt for their site on Google I ran across this one. Leave it to the medical industry to make the most twisted looking props.... LOL .....
07-28-2007, 04:11 PM
OOPs sometimes I am a bonehead. their site is www.compositeeffects.com
07-28-2007, 05:30 PM
Nu products was bought by Mostly Dead and can still be purchased through thier site at www.Mostlydead.com They carry many company's prosthetics, including our line of Fx Faces.
Larry Bones - Bone Yard Effects, Inc. www.Boneyardfx.com
07-29-2007, 02:29 PM
Found your stuff larry but not the nuproducts line up.....
And since you are here, I was talking to Janine from Graftobian and she said that you had bought the last of the Caglione collection RGP mini palettes, GRRRR
Ive used them in my Makeup demos for awhile and now it seems that You are the only place to secure them..... Whats it going to cost for a few. Rob
07-29-2007, 04:00 PM
Yep. some of the Nu-Products masks are there Rob. I have used the Bat prosthetic as one of my characters for a number of years. I had given up hope of finding a replacement. Thanks for the link Larry!
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