Simulated Wounds
For Wide Games, First Aid training etc.

BLOOD:
Melt red lipstick down in microwave, or on ready-made wounds you can paint the blood on with red paint or add 1tspn gravy powder, 5 drops red colouring and water a drop at a time until it is as runny as you want.

BURNS AND SCALDS:
Apply lipstick and Vaseline mixture to redden the area. Add candle wax 'blister's and smudge on shoe polish, mascara or charcoal and wood ash for an open fire burn.

BRUISES:
Tone blue eye shadow with black, brown and gray. You can create black eyes with eye shadow too.

BEE STINGS:
Put small rose thorns into play dough or plasticine and apply to affected area.

SHOCK & FAINTING:
Use flour or talcum powder to make the face look pale
Add 'perspiration' using a strong sugar solution in a spray bottle on forehead and upper lip.

INSECT BITES:
Use lipstick and Vaseline to redden area. Add red candle wax as bite.

SPRAINED ANKLE:
Padding under a sock will make the ankle look swollen

BROKEN BONE:
Make the affected area look swollen and abnormal with play dough. For a more serious break insert a piece of bone into the swelling, add blood and make the skin jagged. The patient will also be in shock.

CUTS & LACERATIONS:
Make an oval from play dough, apply to affected area. Cut the play dough and drip "blood" onto area.

GRAZE / GRAVEL RASH:
Use Vaseline and lipstick mixture and apply to affected area with a make up sponge. "Gravel" can be real, or the crumbs from the bottom of a bread bag.

 

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