Lash Glue patch test information

All of our lashes come with lash glue:

Product information and Patch Testing

 

Lash glue product info: Whats in our glue? 

Polyacylate (50-51%),

Deionised water (48-49%),

Emulsifying agent (1.5%),

Ammonium Sulphate (less than 0.03%)

 

This glue should be used for the purposes of affixing the eyelashes only and is not suitable for any other purposes. Our glue is for external use only.

Polyacrylate and ammonium sulphate can both cause mild skin irritation in some cases. As such we strongly advise you to carry out patch testing as outlined below before using the product. Anyone with known allergies to any of the ingredients should not use this product. If in doubt please consult with your own GP/Practitioner or medical consultant before using.

Anyone with sensitive skin, on long term medication or skin treatments should consult their GP/Medical Practitioner before using this product.

If accidentally ingested seek medical attention.

If the glue comes into contact with the eye, rinse eye for several minutes under running water and consult a GP or medical consultant if any symptoms or irritation persist.

 

Patch Testing:

What is a Glue Patch Test?
This is a test you can carry out at home to make sure you do not have any adverse reactions to your eyelash strip lashes. A typical patch test is done by putting a small amount of the glue on the skin behind the ear. 
 
How to carry out the test:
Just drop a small amount of each adhesive (glue) right behind the ear, on the lower side, as this is a very sensitive area and allow 24 hours to see if a reaction occurs. 
 
We advise carrying out a patch test, prior to using the lashes/glue. If any irritation does occur then rinse the area thoroughly with cold water for several minutes to remove the product completely. If irritation persists, seek medical attention.
 
Eyelash Extensions Glue manufacturers recommend that you follow a simple patch test procedure to replicate the treatment 48 hours before the full application is carried out.