Lace Paste Remover

Lace Paste Remover

Label Size:  2.5" x 5.5"

For use on scalp area only:
∙ No Harsh Solvents
∙ No Dyes or Harmful Fumes
∙ Organic Natural Fragrance
∙ Minimizes CoPolymer Cleanup Time
∙ 100% Organic Skin Conditioners
∙ Antifungal
∙ Gentle on Skin
∙ Great for Lace Units
∙ Biodegradable

Directions:
Do a patch test on the scalp. Check hair for colorfastness.
Step 1: Spray on scalp

Step 2: Let sit 2-5 minutes

Step 3: Gently rub to lather

Step 4: Wipe off

Step 5: Repeat if necessary

Ingredients:

Replenishable Hydrocarbons, Organic Whetting
Agent, Natural Antifungal.

Caution:
Avoid contact with eyes and ingestion.
Fire and explosion hazard: none

Combustible:
F/P >164. Do not use near heat, sparks, or flame.

Lace Paste Remover

Label Size:  2.5" x 5.5"

For use on scalp area only:
∙ No Harsh Solvents
∙ No Dyes or Harmful Fumes
∙ Organic Natural Fragrance
∙ Minimizes CoPolymer Cleanup Time
∙ 100% Organic Skin Conditioners
∙ Antifungal
∙ Gentle on Skin
∙ Great for Lace Units
∙ Biodegradable

Directions:
Do a patch test on the scalp. Check hair for colorfastness.
Step 1: Spray on scalp

Step 2: Let sit 2-5 minutes

Step 3: Gently rub to lather

Step 4: Wipe off

Step 5: Repeat if necessary

Ingredients:

Replenishable Hydrocarbons, Organic Whetting
Agent, Natural Antifungal.

Caution:
Avoid contact with eyes and ingestion.
Fire and explosion hazard: none

Combustible:
F/P >164. Do not use near heat, sparks, or flame.

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