NovaLash takes great care to make the purest, safest eyelash extension products possible. Lash extension adhesives used during the application should be comprised of the cleanest, safest formulas due to the sensitive nature of the eye region. To this end, NovaLash is committed to producing physician-developed, medical grade adhesives, meaning NovaLash purifies its adhesives with no exposure to contaminants and do not contain any detectable formaldehyde as manufactured and delivered in the bottle and is confirmed by testing under EPA method TO-11A/8315HPLC-UV. However, once the adhesive bottle is opened for use, a de minimus amount of formaldehyde may be produced. NovaLash cosmetics are all scientifically formulated, ophthalmologist tested, and glycol and carbonate-free with many enhanced with natural plant extracts, peptides and multi-vitamins to promote healthier natural lashes.
As the only physician-developed course in the lash extension industry, cosmetologists and estheticians are instructed with the industry’s most comprehensive training course for the most efficient and effective application techniques. The application of eyelash extensions is a highly technical and meticulous process, requiring well-trained professionals to safely perform the procedure for optimal results. In order to ensure the safest application for each and every client, NovaLash only permits NovaLash Licensed professionals to purchase and use their products.
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A Word From Sophy Merszei:
“We are passionately committed to our client’s complete satisfaction. We revere our leadership role among our peers, and seek to educate, train and certify only the industry’s most highly skilled professionals. The health, safety and well being of our client’s eyes and lashes are our business. We encourage every consumer of lash extensions to ensure that their lash stylist is trained and certified, and to ask to view proof of certification from a reputable lash extension training and certification company.”