Information on Refreshingly Free Nail Polish
Our Refreshingly Free Nail Polish
Formaldehyde, toluene, phthalate and acetone free! Also soy, wheat and gluten free!
Hypoallergenic Nail Polish Enjoy the glamour of beautiful, long lasting, glossy nail polish that is also odorless and non-toxic Imagine a nail polish that doesn't contain harsh, smelly chemicals. Refreshingly Free Nail Polish, a hypoallergenic, nail polish specially formulated from nature's storehouse of natural ingredients to dry to a hard, durable, chip-free finish. No foul odors, no toxic chemicals, and no damage to your nails or to the environment. Before Purchasing our nail polish, we recommend you read our Frequently Asked Questions about our nail polish see Refreshingly Free Nail Polish FAQs. Since this nail polish isn't for everyone, but works great for those who are chemical sensitive and are unable to use conventional nail polishes.
Directions for Use
Use it just like any other nail polish. First clean your nails with Go Natural Nail Polish Remover. Then apply two to three thin coats of Refreshingly Free Nail Polish, allowing each coat to dry to touch before applying the next. Refreshingly Free Nail Polish will become resistant to warm, soapy water in 20-30 minutes and scratch and chip resistant in one hour.
If you have brittle nails, problem nails or allergic reactions to unhealthy polishes and removers, you’ll love Refreshingly Free Nail Polish and Polish Remover.
Due to the water based nature of the polish, the only complaint about the polish is that it is a little more difficult to remove than regular nail polishes. Remove the polish weekly for easiest removal. Water-based nail polish can become hard-to-remove if left on the nail for extended time. However, we have found that the Tate's Odorless seems to remove the polish the best even after it has been on the nails for longer periods of time.
With Odorless Nail Polish Remover: Dab a cotton ball with the remover and then apply to nails and allow a couple minutes for the remover to soften the polish. Then rub the nails with the cotton ball until the polish is removed. Then rinse hands.
Without Remover (not recommended for weak nails): Soak nails in water for several minutes and then gently scrap the polish loose with a fingernails.
Nail polish ingredients: water, water-miscible acrylic and polyurethane film formers and thickeners, glycol ethers. May contain mica, D&C red lake, ultramarine blue and chromium, iron and titanium oxide pigments. For more information regarding ingredients, check out the MSDS sheet.
Note: The nail polish does have a slight odor if you get in fairly close to your face. The formula was revised recently and caused this slight odor.
(We will have to discontinue this polish when we are out of stock so there are limited colors and quantities avaialble.)