Here are the most frequently asked questions by our customers regarding the property of lash extension glue.
Simply put, Latex is natural rubber. A small amount of latex in lash glue helps to increase the resistance of the adhesive to water and oil, which in turn helps to create longer retention. However, latex is known to cause allergic reactions in some people, and when it happens, it can be quite dangerous.
These days, most of the lash extension suppliers exclude latex from its ingredient list to ensure client safety.
This has probably been the most talked-about topic in the lash industry. Our answer is this: technically speaking, all the eyelash extension glue contains formaldehyde.
Formaldehyde is NOT an ingredient but it is formed as a by-product during the production process by the decomposition of other components in the eyelash extension glue.
A completely “formaldehyde-free” lash extension adhesive does not exist. Also, ultra-low amounts of formaldehyde naturally occur as the adhesive degrades over time.
Our EG01 glue only contains 10 ppm formaldehyde, it is lowest in the eyelash extension glue market
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