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Cream Glue Remover - Gentle

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Designed for easy application, this gentle lash glue remover effectively removes eyelash extensions. Consisting of a thick creamy paste, the remover offers minimal irritation during the removal process. The Gentle Remover is for Professional Use Only and can be used to remove any type of lash glue.

**IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER** Please only purchase our professional medical grade eyelash extension glues and removers if you have had the proper training in the technique to apply and remove single strand eyelash extensions. All of our eyelash extension glues and removers are to be used by trained professionals only. Under no circumstance is the glue or remover to be used on yourself. We are not responsible for the misuse of our eyelash extension glue or remover. You are solely responsible for the product once you purchase it from us. Performance and results of glue and remover vary from person to person. If you purchase eyelash extension glue or remover with high fumes, you must know how to avoid irritation and inflammation if it occurs. MSDS is available on our website under the tab Resources. We have MSDS on all our liquid products. Please know that your safety is our utmost concern. For more information please visit our FAQ page.

  • Size: 15g
  • No Odor
  • High Performance
  • Eyelash Glue Remover - Use For Removal Of The Adhesive Bond On Eyelash Extensions
  • For Best Results Apply With Micro-brush Swabs
  • Instructions for use: Apply cream remover with a micro brush directly on the lashes to be removed. Allow the remover to sit for a few minutes as it breaks down the eyelash extension bond. After a few minutes, the bond will have been loosened and the lashes can then be removed. All excess remover must be washed off thoroughly with water. Wipe off any extra remover with a primer or protein remover before applying new lashes.

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