In some cases, glue can be used to treat patients with arthritis or cancer.
However, the substance is also used in some cosmetic products, including eyeliner and mascara.
It’s also used to keep things like nail polish in place.
Now, researchers at the University of Florida have created a synthetic glue that could potentially be used in cosmetic surgery.
They created a composite compound that could be injected directly into the eye to help treat the inflammation that occurs in the eye after surgery, according to a press release from the university.
“This new compound could be used as a safe and effective alternative to traditional glues to treat eye irritation and corneal abrasion,” said senior author Daniel J. Smith, MD, PhD, from the University’s School of Ophthalmology and the Department of Otorhinolaryngology.
The researchers are currently testing this compound on mice and dogs, and are hoping to create a drug for humans that can be administered via injection.
While it’s unclear whether the drug will actually be used for eye surgery, the researchers hope that the new compound will lead to new treatments for people with severe corneas.
“In our research, we have shown that the compound, when administered to the eye, can be effective in treating corneals with corneic inflammation,” Smith said.
The compound is called ca glue, and it’s produced by a company called Aromatic Products Inc., which is based in New York.
The company is also one of the main suppliers of glue in the U.S.
Aromatic products is known for making glue for cosmetic products like eyeliner, eyelash extensions, mascara, and nail polish.
They’re also the company that makes the glue used to make the adhesive used in makeup.
The company is based out of a factory in Florida.
The press release notes that the company’s goal is to create glue for use in all areas of the body, including eye surgery.
The glue is manufactured in a laboratory at the company, which is called Aroma Technologies.
It also has a research and development center in New Jersey.
Smith said that the compounds are made by mixing a synthetic polyethylene glycol (PET) with a water solution.
That solution is then heated to a temperature of about 250 degrees Celsius, which results in the polymer forming a gel.
Then, the polymer is mixed with a thin layer of glue to form a gel that is then injected into the cornea.
The gel is then pressed onto the cornea to seal it.
This new synthetic glue is also more flexible and stronger than traditional glue.
“We found that the composition has been able to hold up under the same conditions used for traditional gluing,” Smith told Medical News TODAY.
The study also found that ca glue is able to stay in place for several days, and that it’s able to keep corneocytes intact and maintain the integrity of the cornoid epithelium, which forms the coronal ridge that connects the eye and the eye’s inner retina.
Smith and his colleagues are now trying to figure out how to create more stable synthetic glue in future research.