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Super Bond Remover Oil

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Super Bond Remover Oil

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Super Bond Remover Oil is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 44.
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  • Aids in removing extension glue from hair Prevents damage to the hair or the weft Rotating top controls amount dispensed
    Smooth cuticles, detangle and remove traces of hair bond with Proclaim Super Bond Remover Oil. This oil makes removing extensions easy and less damaging through loosening the bond, allowing the extension to be slipped off.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Leaves hair oily but works well. I'm glad I hadn't read the reviews before I picked this up in the store. An associate recommended it for removing extensions that had been badly taped in. I used about half the bottle (may have gone a little overboard) and saturated the area with the tape-ins and both the extensions and the glue that was in my hair from the few that had already come out of my hair removed very easily. Took a couple washes with clarifying shampoo to remove the residue but worth it. I also used it to remove the glue left on the extensions so I could reuse them. I dipped the ends in the product let it sit for a few minutes and rubbed it in. It made peeling off the glue left on the extensions much easier.
Date published: 2018-11-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not work Was recommended this to remove bonds. Solution did not break down the bond at all.
Date published: 2018-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Wonders! I bought this remover oil to see if I could get the clumps of glue out of my hair after I glued my extensions in for a couple weeks. I used about half the bottle, the smell was amazing - smelled like oranges! I used a fine tooth comb to comb out of the clumps of glue residue! I left the oil in for a few hours, now have 0 clumps of glue left in my hair! The only problem now is, my hair is extremely oily and a little sticky (from the residue). But I think it will come out after a dozen more washes :) Super impressed with this product!
Date published: 2018-07-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do NOT waste your time with this I bought this product last night to help get my tape in extensions out & it did literally nothing!! I spent 5 hours using olive oil to get them out. This stuff is awful!!
Date published: 2018-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AMAZING Tape Extension Remover ! I am excited to write this review about this product! I have been doing my own Tape extensions for about 2 years now and have previously used the other Sally Removers which I enjoyed but now they do not sell them in stores where I live anymore.. So I was really nervous to switch to this remover because of all the bad reviews I read about it.. Needless to say, it worked WONDERS.. It did not come with the little red top when I purchased it, so I poured some of the product into a Small Travel size Spray Bottle that I bought from Dollarama to reduce the mess and spray right on the weft. I only used ONE-TWO sprays per weft and my extensions slid right out!! (I did not have Sally Brand hair extensions in either). It did not pull at all and the spray bottle helped to not use to much product to reduce the excess oil going in my hair! I was able to remove 100g of hair in just 20 minutes... I rinsed my hair with Clarifying Shampoo (Anti Residue), washed it out, applied the clarifying shampoo again (2 more times) then rinsed before Drying my hair. (This eliminated the issue of rinsing it only once with the clarifying shampoo, drying it all, just to be left with oil still in the hair) There was no oil residue on my hair when dried! And it actually felt pretty soft. The product also smells nice, not harsh at all. I hope this helps the next person wanting to remove their extensions! I think the spray bottle really helped and when used properly, this product is awesome!!
Date published: 2018-02-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not work Definitely do not recommend. I left the product on to let the glue supposedly soak a while still did not work. Ended up having to pull apart the tape bonds down the middle after drenching in the product with very little help. Never again!
Date published: 2017-08-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from OK? Bought this to remove my satin strands tape in extensions. It definitely helped remove the extension but i still hurt my scalp and pulled on my hair! I scrubbed my hair with shampoo a million times but the left over glue is still on in my hair! Theyve been out for weeks and my hair still has all glue in it. Aside from that its very oil and doesnt feel good in your hair.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ABSOLUTELY THE BEST! I wear tape in 30" length extensions...this is by far the best bond remover EVER!...I was using this remover that smelled like kerosene that had a slight burning sensation, and the smell stayed after 3 to 4 washings....But this product....smells like oranges, feels good on the scalp, and washes out easily. awesome product.
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked amazing with my Satin Strand tape-ins!! This oil worked wonders with my Satin Strand tape-in extensions. I used this product along with the Fusion Kertain Acetone remover, from Sally Beauty. Both products together worked wonders. The previous glue/tape was GBB and it was impossible to remove. It took a while but I got most of it out :) the best that I could.... not a professional hair stylist over here so it was good enough for me :) I have used coconut oil in the past, but I find it leaves my wefts too oily. Even after I wash with a clarifying shampoo. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Must be used correctly The instructions tell you to saturate the weft and work the oil in using a cotton ball or toothbrush. I had a whole head of extensions in and used about 20 cotton balls and the whole bottle of remover. I worked from bottom to top in sections and waited 5 minutes before going back through and actually removing the wefts. The ones glued in with the Proclaim bonding glue came out very easily. However, it didn't work well on glue I used from a different company. I followed up with the Proclaim Bond Remover Shampoo then a diy hair mask using Proclaim 100% Pure Coconut Oil over night. I used the shampoo again that morning and Proclaim Coconut Oil Conditioner. My hair and scalp feel great with just a little oily residue (which is to be expected). I wouldn't recommend this product for yaki or synthetic hair. Also, some people use way too much glue and that makes removal harder. As long as you use human hair and follow the instructions, this is a good product.
Date published: 2015-02-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Leaves hair very oily. All of my extensions came out on their own, so I didn't use this to remove them, but I did use it before shampooing to help break down the glue. It did seem to help, however, it leaves your hair VERY oily, even after multiple washes. Don't use this and expect to have great looking hair immediately.
Date published: 2012-10-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Serves it's purpose, but messy! It does what it's supposed to do, and you have to use a LOT of it to get the weft loose, but this stuff is MESSY!!!!!! Make sure you get the Super Bond Remover shampoo, and probably not a bad idea to get a couple of bottles of it. Regular shampoo will not get this stuff out...and I had to use the Super Bond Shampoo like 3 or 4 times to get it all out. It does it's job, that's for sure. But it leaves an oily mess! Prepare to clean a mess in your bath or shower after using this too. I'd recommend it if there's nothing else better and less greasy, which I'm having a hard time finding.
Date published: 2012-08-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Pulled my own hair out.... This is an awful product. I used it to remove my extensions that I had glued in with the white procclaim glue that I had in for about 3 weeks. It did NOT remove the extensions easily, but it DID pull clumps of my own hair out! It also left my hair greasy even after shampooing 7 times with clairyfying shampoo and dawn dishsoap! It also damaged my extensions and I could not get all the glue off the wefts...DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!!!!
Date published: 2011-12-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from WORST PRODUCT ON THE MARKET Literally left my hair disgustingly greasy. I've washed it multiple times and cannot get either the glue or oil off of my scalp. I am going to attempt to get my money back and the store and throw a fit if not. I cannot believe that people are saying "well, don't put it on your hair and you'll be okay" when the extensions are GLUED TO MY HAIR. This product is the worst I've ever tried and I will make it known that this WILL leave your hair greasy, you ANGRY, and WILL leave the glue on your head. I do not recommend to anyone.
Date published: 2011-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from How to use the Oil I just wanted to say for all the girls that had super oily hair, you are not suppose to put this product in your hair. If you have the fusion hair extensions, take the pliers and break the bond down pressing down the bond, next take the oil and rub into the bond. Wait for a few minutes, and lightly massage to separate the hair from your natural hair. Next take a comb and lightly comb the bond out of the hair before moving on to the next stand. Also, if the tips are oily, but you want to reuse the hair, you can soak them in acetone for a couple hours, then allow to dry before adding more bond. I think if you follow these directions you wont have oily hair because it wont be in all your hair. It takes a lot of time, but its important to do it right.
Date published: 2010-04-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from NOT FOR HAIR FUSION I was told to buy this product to remove my hair fusion by the sally beauty staff. I was also told to buy the proclaim remover shampoo as well. In my opinion, Both these products are NOT recommended to remove fusion. All the oil did was saturate my hair and make it shine .. not even one bond broke apart, never mind removed easily! I recommend this product if your hair needs a super oil treatment!
Date published: 2009-08-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Takes a LOT of time. . . When I first glued in extensions with the Proclaim Glue, the lasted the expected 2-3 weeks. I used the remover oil and at first was not happy at all. Like other reviews, it left my hair sludgey and extremely oily. I tried extremely cleansing shampoos & dish soap; everything you could think of. I cried, lol. But I talked to my learning leader at my cosmetology school & she told me you have to leave it on and really work it through the hair and continously comb the hair for a good couple minutes, then wash, preferably with the Proclaim remover shampoo. It worked.
Date published: 2009-07-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst mistake ever! I glued my extensions in with the Proclaim white glue 1 week ago. The glue didn't hold up but for 2 days, so I had to keep re-gluing them. I got tired of doing that so I decided to take them out so I went and got a bottle of this stuff. I did just as the directions said and it did loosen up the glue, but didn't remove it. I can't use the Proclaim bond remover shampoo because I have bleached hair, so I washed it 3 different times with regular shampoo and once with Dawn dish soap...My hair is still very very oily and looks filthy and the glue is like a thick sludgey pasted at the roots. I have no idea how I'm going to get this stuff out, I even had to call the company, but no answer back from them.
Date published: 2009-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's great. It worked perfectly! Got the bond to loosen. It is only messy if you don't do it right! Read the directions. Follow with shampoo to get any left over glue~
Date published: 2009-03-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not great i used this to get mu fusion hair tips out and my hair broke off teerible and it didnt even loosen them
Date published: 2009-03-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from still a tedious process I purchased this at a Sally store. I had extensions put in about a month ago and was not satisfied with them. I decided to take them out this weekend so I looked at this product and reviews. I did not purchase the shampoo as it says not to use on bleached hair and I have highlights. I used the whole bottle for my hair and it does loosen the glue but it still is a tedious process. This is an oil so yes my hair is still really oily after several shampoos but I am back to au naturel.
Date published: 2009-02-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Gets job done Gets the extensions out virtually pain free. Is cheap and gets the job done. Would recommend using the Shampoo with it. I did. Apply to bonds, and sit under heat- it helps oil break down bonds faster and loosens them up better. Does leave oily residue at roots, but isn't bad. I don't think it's meant to be able to re-use extensions, it breaks bond down so you can get them out, therefore they will not be reuseable after you use this product.
Date published: 2009-01-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bad Idea I have glue in extensions, and I use them, ALL the time. And, usually, I didn't use the oil for it. So, once I did. My hair felt disgusting and greasy for days. It would NOT wash out of my hair, or anything. Not a good product. Try using the Shampoo or Conditioner instead ;]
Date published: 2008-11-18
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Can this be used to take tape in extensions out?

Asked by: Barnes28
Yes, my friend (hair stylist) has been doing my extensions for at least 3 years and I take them out myself. I have used many removers that simply do not work. I picked this up last night and just used it and wow! It worked wonderful! I simply seperated the bonds and then with a q-tip applied the remover directly to the tapes and used a fine tooth comb and they slid right out!
Answered by: PokerMarie
Date published: 2019-11-27

Will this help with bonding glue/hair glue ?

Asked by: Barbee97
Yes, it helps Remove all bonding and hair glue from the hair. soak and it releases nicely
Answered by: ambermariez
Date published: 2019-02-14

I recently had my eyelash extensions done. There not easy to take off. Will this remover help?

Asked by: BeccyR123
Hey, cosmetologist here. DO NOT  use hair extension remover for lash extensions. It’s not safe for your eyes. And the glues are completely different from each other.  There is eyelash extension remover that is specifically made for lash extensions. Talk to your lash professional before taking your eyesight into your own hands. 
Answered by: LusciousLuciano
Date published: 2019-02-25

The instructions are super small!  I can not read any of them. I have no idea. Do I apply the whole bottle, and how long should I leave it on?

Asked by: ConnieA66
No. Never use the whole bottle. I had plan to get a little glass dish and pour a little bit not a lot in it and take a handful of extensions or maybe 10 at a time and soak them for a couple of minutes and then try rubbing off the glue it says with a clean cloth. I know the directions are very poor. Try to just soak the scene part not the hair. I know it's a hassle I'm always tempted just to buy more. Too bad they're so expensive. Let me know if you have any other questions.
Answered by: Susan1950
Date published: 2018-04-30

Does this work with microbead fusion extensions?

Asked by: MartiSchreiber
This is hair bond remover. It says in the description its mainly made for Satin Strands tape in extensions, meaning its for glue blonds, not fusion bonds. However, it is really oily, so i could see how it may help with slipping off the microbead. Although, Im pretty certain a technician is supposed to remover fusions with a special tool. Call a local salon and theyll tell you what you should do. I dont think/am not sure if this product would be that useful for removing microbead fusions.
Answered by: Jessicaxo
Date published: 2020-06-19

can I use this to remove hair extensions

Asked by: angmorgan
Yes, only the satin strands tape ins tho 
Answered by: Ssaonaulta
Date published: 2016-10-18

What does the back of the bottle say exactly ....for directions

Asked by: Queenkobra420

Will this damage my tape in extension tabs?

Asked by: K1276384
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