Cold Hands Embalming Tip of the Week

Embalming Funeral Industry News GROW April 26, 2021
Embalming Tip of the Week
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Cold Hands Embalming Tip of the Week

We are excited to collaborate with Cold Hands and Monica Torres, renowned licensed funeral director, embalmer, cremationist, cosmetic reconstructive specialist, desairologist, and owner/founder of NXT Generation Mortuary Support! Every week Connecting Directors will now share “Cold Hands Embalming Tip of the Week,” which Monica posts each Sunday afternoon to her Instagram channel@coldhandshosts.

Cold Hands Embalming Tip of the Week: Use an empty syringe to apply mastic compound


Mastic compound is a wonderful accessory to have and use but it can get a bit messy sometimes. I load up different size syringes with mastic compound and keep them ready to go. This convenient application method works well in any small space requiring detail and a steady hand.

Some of the many areas I use this application method are:
💀shaping or sealing depressed/enucleated eyes

💀sealing a small incision

💀shaping the mouth👄

Pro tip👉

Apply saran wrap over the the tip of the syringe to prevent the mastic compound from drying out.

Hope you like this week’s tip! Until next week Happy Embalming.

Deathcare professionals: To gain online support for the embalming tips, visit Cold Hands Answers at
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NXT Generation Mortuary Support offers ongoing online continuing education opportunities for deathcare professionals! Next up is Embalming the Infant Death – Advanced Techniques for Infants, Stillborn and the Unborn on May 6, 2021, for which you may register here.