Cream Lash Remover Vs Gel Lash Remover
When it comes to eyelash extensions, there are a few key differences between gel and cream remover. The difference is in the way the products work. A gel remover can be irritating to the eye area, while a cream remover will stay on the extensions. In either case, the cream remover should be applied to the lashes with a micro brush or flocked applicator, and allowed to sit for 10 minutes. Once the time is up, remove the lashes gently with the cream remover.
A cream lash remover is a liquid that coats the lash and breaks down the glue. To remove eyelash extensions, the client should be seated, with their eyes closed. The cream remover should be applied to the lashes using a micro applicator. The product should sit on the lashes for 45 to 90 seconds, and it should not touch the client’s eye. Any remaining lashes can be removed with tweezers.
Unlike water, a cream lash remover will dissolve the adhesive in the eyelashes. It is gentle enough for sensitive eyes to tolerate and is effective for removing both lash extensions and the glue behind them. It will soften the cyanoacrylate that is used in eyelash extensions. Once the adhesive is removed, the lashes can be cleaned with a cotton swab or gel pad. Rinsing with water is recommended after removing the adhesive.