products have proven to be both safe and highly effective
in the medical, make-up and cosmetic industries. All products have
been tested by independent labs for dermal irritation and they do
not contain any known carcinogens or cyto-toxins. These products are
available in a variety of sizes. If you have any questions, comments
or special requests, please give us a call and we will do all we can
to accommodate you.
SILICONE ADHESIVES AND THINNERS 5 & 6 - WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?
the correct TELESIS SILICONE ADHESIVE is a matter of personal preference.
There is no right or wrong adhesive for any particular application.
Only the individual make-up artist and medical professional can properly
determine which TELESIS product is the best adhesive for a given situation.
Regardless of your choice, it is important to understand that all
TELESIS SILICONE ADHESIVE are non flammable, pressure sensitive, medical
grade products. None of the TELESIS ADHESIVES (or thinners) contain
ethyl acetate, and they have all been tested for dermal irritation
and have been proven safe for use on skin. The number 4, 5 and 6 represent
the order of market introduction, and not the adhesive strength, quality
or effectiveness. The most significant difference between the three
TELESIS adhesives is the solids content and the solvent type. This
causes performance characteristics to be slightly different with each
A WORD ABOUT THINNERS
of the TELESIS thinners are non-flammable, medical grade solvent
blends, designed for diluting TELESIS SILICONE ADHESIVES. Although
various thinners maybe used to dilute TELESIS SILICONE ADHESIVES
without hazard, adding other ingredients may change the performance
of the original adhesive. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that
only the correspondingly numbered thinner be used with the given
SAFETY IS EVERYTHING
be advised - not all products are created equal. We do not recommend
blending the TELESIS adhesives or thinners with any other type of
adhesive or thinner. Read all labels carefully and never purchase
any unmarked bottles. Watch out for methylene chloride and toluene.
These chemicals are dangerous and were never intended for use on the
skin. For more information, consult the FDA website at: www.fda.gov