Vegan Nail Polish

Nontoxic Nail Polish: What Does It Mean to be Five Free?

toolate-225x300What does it mean when nail polish says it’s five free anyway? What toxins are these nail polishes free of? Well, when your polish states it is indeed five free it doesn’t contain any of these toxic chemicals:

  • Dibutyl Phthalate or DBP
  • Toluene
  • Formaldehyde
  • Formaldehyde Resin
  • Camphor

So you now ask, so what? Well, let us explain to you what these sketchy toxins actually do to your nails and your overall health.

Dibutyl Phthalate or DBP
DBP is considered a teratogenetic—a fancy way of saying it causes birth defects. Not to mention, other countries have already banned this chemical from use in various industries.

Toluene

Toluene is used in the making of many products including paint thinners, adhesives, rubber and hair dyes. It can affect the central nervous system, and many other important parts of the human body.

Formaldehyde

Yes, the same stuff they use to preserve dead bodies is also a known carcinogen. So very toxic to your body.

Formaldehyde Resin
Although formaldehyde resin hasn’t been linked to cancer like regular formaldehyde, it’s a skin allergen known to cause dermatitis. No problem anyone wants to have.

Camphor

This scented substance can cause nausea, dizziness, and headaches when inhaled, especially in large doses, making it a concern for nail technicians.
Are you looking at your nails questioning the use of your current polish? Have no fear – Founder Holly Dulsky of Earth Glamour is here to help. We are changing the nail game, and we want you to join us! Our line of vegan nail polish is five free and cruelty-free. We didn’t skimp on the quality, color, or style either.

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