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12 Non-Toxic Nail Polish Brands The more natural I go with skin care, the more natural I go with everything I put on my body. My latest green switch is nail care. I am a big fan of painted nails. In my jewelry career, that was limited to my toes, as it was pointless to paint my fingernails – they were never long and were in constant use. I was watching a rerun of my favorite guilty pleasure, Gilmore Girls, and Lorelai’s nails were painted this great fire-engine red. From the Lab - The Future of Beauty Delivered to Your Doorstep Today. Join Now Chemical-free Nails: The Safest Manicure - Spry Living Beauty/Skincare, Featured Article By Katie D. Neal on April 15, 2011 iStock Photo Jenna Hipp had a dream job, polishing the nails of celebs like Cindy Crawford and Jessica Alba for photo shoots and red carpet events—until she realized it was making her sick. “One day in 2006, I was painting nails for a photo shoot when all of a sudden I leaned over, and my nose literally started bleeding everywhere, and all over my client,” she says.
Green Beauty Review: Testing 13 Non-Toxic Nail Polishes It happens all the time when you’re trying to be non-toxic. You throw out your evil, no-good, terrible product, and realize your non-toxic replacement is just not as good. Laundry detergent that doesn’t quite clean as well, eyeliner that barely lines, deodorant that leaves you odorous–they all exists. Good replacements can be found, but you have to do some searching. Nail polish is no exception. Many of the ones you know and love–Cover Girl, Orly, Sally Hansen (including the nail polish strips), L’Oreal, Sephora, Maybelline, Wet n’ Wild, Ulta, and O.P.I.
How to buy toxin-free nail polish *Updated March, 2015. Let’s kick off with this: most nail polish is made with the same gunk used to make car paint. Yep, a toxic melange of solvents, film formers, resins and plasticisers. Whatever they are. But shall we move on? And see if there is some light at the end of this fumey tunnel? Schilling-Douglas School of Hair Design As years pass many things change from hair styles to the way we wear our makeup. To show the transformation over the years, we at Schilling Douglas put together a “100 Years of Beauty” to show the progression of the beauty industry and the amazing changes over the years. The 1900’s was a time of elegance and up do’s. Often time’s false hair was used to give the hair a fuller look with the promise of looking soft and luxurious. 1910 was the era of when one’s hair was meant to catch attention.
Ditch the Toxic Sunscreen; Use Coconut Oil Instead Summer time is beach time, or at least poolside time. But if you want some protection form the sun’s UV rays, don’t always reach for toxic sunscreens. Instead, pack some extra virgin coconut oil along with your beach towel and umbrella. That’s right, the same extra virgin coconut oil found in your kitchen pantry will do the trick to protect your skin – minus the toxicity from health-compromising ingredients. Coconut oil has been used as an effective sunscreen for thousands of years by indigenous, pacific islanders. Why slather toxic chemicals on your body when you can use non toxic coconut oil instead?
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