It is such a privilege to provide a high quality product with NO harmful chemicals!
Enjoying nail polish is so much fun and joyful. It adds color to your outfit and puts you in the mood for work or play. It makes you feel confident, put dressed and accessorizes your nails. Enjoy the great aspects of a high quality nail polish without the high cost and know that you are not compromising your long term health.
JEANNIE IN A BOTTLE Pure • Lasting • Polish™ is Long-Lasting, Durable, FDA Approved, Made in the USA, Cruelty Free, Vegan and Contains NO harmful chemicals that is found in most nail polish.
JEANNIE IN A BOTTLE Pure • Lasting • Polish™ commitment is to bring you one of the most healthy and durable nail polishes world-wide for Women, Men, Pregnancy and Children.
CAPRI'S COLLECTION for Children will inspire better values by helping wishes come true! Capri's Collection will also promote and encourage better lives of children in health & education from all cultures and challenges.
The NAIL TREATMENTS are fortified with nutrients and vitamin supplements to grow healthy nails: Garlic, Vitamin B, Coffee Extract, Calcium, Calcium Fluoride, Lavender Extract, Almond Oil and Ginseng Root Extract.
JEANNIE IN A BOTTLE Pure • Lasting • Polish™
Does NOT Contain:
Triphenyl Phosphate (TPHP)
Soy, Peanuts, Gluten Free
Mineral Oil, Lanolin
Coal Tar Derivatives or FD&C agents Nano/Micro sized particles
NAIL TREATMENT INGREDIENTS:
Garlic. Vitamin B, Coffee Extract,
Calcium, Calcium Fluoride,
Almond Oil and Ginseng Root Extract.
DOES NOT CONTAIN HARMFUL CHEMICALS!
DOES NOT CONTAIN HARMFUL CHEMICALS! COMPLETELY NON-TOXIC!
The 6 Harmful Chemicals found in most nail polish are:
Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Toluene,
DBP (DibutylPhthalate), Triphenyl Phosphate (TPHP) and Camphor
are all toxic chemicals that can cause birth defects, hormonal issues and even cancer.
Therefore, adults and children should not be exposed directly to nail polish
The SOY Polish Remover is SOY based, Lavender, Vitamins A, C & E and NOT harmful or drying but HEALTHY and GOOD for your nails.
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|Posted on May 3, 2016 at 8:30 PM|
By Environmental Working Group [EWG]
The following article was posted on The Environmental Working Group, (www.EWG.org) to empower people to live healthier lives in a healthier environment. With breakthrough research and education, we drive consumer choice and civic action. JEANNIE IN A BOTTLE Pure • Lasting • Polish™ does not have this extremely harmful ingredient.
Please read and protect your health!
Monday, October 19, 2015
by Johanna Congleton, Senior Scientist
Endocrine Disruptor In Nail Polishes Gets Into Women’s Bodies
It’s not surprising that many nail polishes contain potentially toxic chemicals. Now a study conducted by researchers at Duke University and EWG finds that at least one of those chemicals could be ending up in your body.
Triphenyl phosphate, or TPHP, a suspected endocrine-disrupting chemical, is commonly used to make plastics and as a fire retardant in foam furniture. And if you wear nail polish, it could be in your body too.
Researchers at Duke University tested the urine of 26 women who had recently painted their nails and found evidence of TPHP in every participant. Evidence of the chemical in the women’s urine increased sharply after they applied the nail polish.
TPHP is listed on the ingredient labels of a wide array of nail polishes now on the market. Out of more than 3,000 nail products in EWG’s Skin Deep database, half disclose the use of TPHP.*
Here’s where we found it:
Want to know more about TPHP and how you can avoid it? Click here to read the full report.
*The product ratings, images, conclusions, recommendations, and findings that appear on EWG’s web, database, and mobile application properties, or in e-mail messages, reflect EWG’s research at the time of publication. Please be advised that this information frequently relies on data obtained from many sources, and accordingly, EWG cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information provided or any analysis based thereon. Moreover, in light of evolving regulatory and market conditions, subsequent product reformulations, and other factors, this information may no longer be current. Please read our full disclaimer here.
**On October 20th 2015, Butter London informed EWG that it had removed triphenyl phosphate (TPHP) from its products last year. However, EWG was still able to find nail polish products containing triphenyl phosphate on store shelves in September 2015. If you would like to avoid triphenyl phosphate, please check the label on Butter London products and purchase ones with the newer formulation that do not contain this ingredient.