Supreme Bonder

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Our new PLA Supreme Bonder has been developed to truly provide an elasticity, unlike anything we’ve seen before. The bonder cures from the outside to the inside of the bond, rapidly curing the extension to the natural lash, without the effects of blooming (extensions turning white from shock curing).

How do I use the Supreme Bonder?

  • After the lash extension has been applied, you need to wait 2-3 minutes, and then take a micro brush and apply a very small amount of bonder, only at the joint. Do NOT soak the lashes.
  • And most important step: let the bonder set! Don’t rush to use a fan or nano mister immediately after applying.
  • To simplify it: after you apply the last lashes, wait 2 mins for the extension to dry, then apply a small amount of bonder using a micro brush(  do not have the micro brush soaking wet). After thoroughly brushing the bonder through the base of the extension, wait 2 more mins for the bonder to work ( do not use a fan or nano mister right away). 

Do you need a nano mister?

  • If you use a bonder you DO NOT need a nano mister.
  • If you use nano mister out of habit, use it AFTER the bonder, and make sure the bonder is fully dry and activated.

Can I use it wrong?

  • YES!
  • If you use too much Supreme Bonder you may weaken the bond. Or if you have super high humidity (over 75%), your adhesive will cure quickly without a bonder, so applying Supreme Bonder would be similar to using too much product.


MSDS |MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET                                  

Section 1 – Chemical Product and Company Identification


Supreme Bonder


825 Maestro Dr, Reno, NV 89521




Section 2 – Composition and Ingredient Information

Ingredient Component Name

Ethyl Alcohol

CAS Number 64-17-5

Concentration 40%


Di Water

CAS Number 7732-18-5

Concentration 20%


Titanate L12

CAS Number110438-25-0

Concentration 20%



CAS Number 2530-87-2

Concentration 17%


Sodium Gluconate 3%

CAS Number 527-07-1

Concentration 3%

Section 3 – Hazards Identification   

Hazard Risk Classification


Category 2 for skin and eye irritation

Potential Health Effect

Eye: Causes eye irritation

Skin: Causes skin irritation

Section 4 – First Aid Measures



Remove client to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. Seek medical attention


Eye Contact

Wash eyes immediately with water for 15-20 minutes. Remove contact lenses if able to and continue rinsing. Seek medical attention


Skin Contact

Gently wash with mild soap and water. If irritation occurs, seek medical attention. If clothing is contaminated, remove and wash before reuse



Drink plenty of water. Seek medical attention.



Section 5 – Fire Fighting Measures


Specific Hazard


Flash Point


Hazardous Decomposition Materials

Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide


Suitable Extinguishing Media

Foam, water spray, dry chemical powder, carbon dioxide


Protective Equipment

Proper protective equipment including breathing apparatus must be worn when approaching a fire in a confined space.

Section 6 – Accidental Release Measures


Personal Precautions (for non-emergency and emergency responders)

Wear appropriate protective equipment. Stop leak if without risk.


Environmental precautions

Do not allow product to enter drains. Prevent further spillage if safe.


Disposal and Clean Up

Dilute with water and mop up or absorb with an inert dry material.


Section 7 – Handling and Storage


Handling Precautions

Avoid contact with eyes, skin, and clothing. Keep out of the reach of children



Section 8 – Exposure Controls and Personal Protection

Exposure Limits


Personal Protective Equipment




Section 9 – Physical and Chemical Properties


Physical State

Colourless to light yellow





Boiling Point


Flash Point




Evaporation Rate


Ignition Temperature


Melting/Freezing Point



Water Soluble

Vapour Density


Vapour Pressure



Section 10 – Stability and Reactivity



Stable under normal conditions.


Excess heat, ignition sources, incompatible materials.

Conditions to Avoid

Oxidizing materials and strong alkaline materials

Incompatible Materials

Oxidizing materials and strong alkaline materials

Hazardous Decomposition Products

Carbon oxides (CO, CO2, etc.)


Section 11– Toxicological Information


Inhalative Toxicity


Skin Irritation

May cause skin irritation

Eye Irritation

May cause irritation to eyes


No data available

Acute Toxicity

No data available


Section 12– Ecological Information



No data available


No data available

Bio accumulative Potential

No data available

Mobility in Soil

No data available


Section 13– Disposal Consideration


Dispose in accordance with applicable regional, national, and local laws and regulations.


Section 14– Transport




Section 15– Regulatory Information

This substance is not regulated as a hazardous substance. For details on regulations, you should contact the appropriate agency in your country

Section 16– Other Information


The information contained in this document is based upon our current level of knowledge and reflects our best professional judgement in which the product is delivered but does not offer any guarantee or warranty. Neither our company nor any subsidiaries assume any liability whatsoever for the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this document. All materials may present unknown. This information is provided with the condition that the person receiving it will make their own determination of the suitability of the product for their particular use.