What materials are LÓA nails made from?
Our press-on nails are made from ABS. ABS is a thermoplastic polymer non-toxic, safe to use in beauty applications. ABS has a strong resistance to corrosive chemicals and physical impacts to withstand everyday wear and tear and for you to enjoy long-lasting manicures. ABS is easily sanded, glued, and painted.
FUN FACT: LÓA Nails are made from the same material as LEGO bricks.
Tell me more about glue ingredients. Are they toxic?
The glue ingredients are not toxic to your nails and are suitable for manicure usage.
Cyanoacrylate: A medical-grade adhesive – our superglue that makes your manicure last.
Polymethyl Methacrylate: Acrylic Glass – often used in medical devices and dentist application is known for quick bonding at room temperature.
BHA: Used widely in the cosmetic industry due to its anti-inflammatory properties.
CAUTION: CYANOACRYLATE. DANGER. BONDS SKIN AND EYES IN SECONDS. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Not suitable for children under 12 years old. Avoid contact with skin, eyes, and fabric. Causes skin and eyes irritation. Glue spilled on clothing may cause burns. May cause respiratory irritation. IN USE: Do not use if nail or surrounding skin is damaged or inflamed. Keep away from fabrics. Contact with clothes will cause damage and could generate sufficient heat to burn the underlying skin. Use on a suitable flat and stable surface. Avoid breathing fumes. Use only in a well-ventilated area. Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. IF IN EYES: Rinse immediately with warm water and do not force the eye open. Cover the eye with a wet pad and keep covered until debonding is complete. IF ON SKIN: Do not pull apart but wash with plenty of soapy water and gently peel apart. IF ON CLOTHING: In case of spillage on clothing, gently remove the affected clothing.