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Nail polish remover

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This remover is part of our range of cruelty-free, non-toxic, vegan nail polishes made in Britain.

An effective vegan nail polish remover formulated to give you fast results with minimal effort.

This Lemongrass & Ginger fragranced remover is acetone free and contains Vitamin E. It is also non-toxic as it does not contain the toxic chemicals often found in nail varnish remover.

As a non acetone nail polish remover it is free from that harsh acetone scent often found with chemical alternatives.

Directions for use

Moisten a cotton wool pad with remover and hold on the nail for a few seconds, then gently wipe away from the cuticle, move pad from side to side as you wipe down.

Care & Safety Advice

KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN

Keep away from flame and heat. Avoid contact with eyes, if contact occurs wash immediately with cold water. Seek medical help if irritation continues.

Keep away from painted & polished surfaces.

 

The toxic nine

This nail polish is free from:

  • Formaldehyde: A known human carcinogen, and can cause cancer.
  • Formaldehyde resin: Derived from formaldehyde. It’s not as toxic or harmful, but can still be an allergen.
  • Toluene: A liquid solvent used as a nail polish thinner. It can make you feel dizzy & sick. It is also a skin irritant and may cause liver damage as well as foetal development damage to unborn babies. This chemical is derived from petroleum.
  • DBP: A commonly used plasticiser that has been linked to cancer.
  • Camphor: A poison, plasticiser, and rust repellent. This chemical acts as a cover on your nails, it prevents them from receiving essential natural vitamins from sunlight and oxygen.
  • Xylene: An aromatic hydrocarbon widely used as a solvent.
  • Ethyl tosylamide: Serves as a plasticizer and film-former in nail polish.
  • Triphenyl phosphate: A flame retardant and plasticizer. An increasing number of studies have linked exposure to Triphenyl phosphate with reproductive and developmental toxicity, neurotoxicity, metabolic disruption, endocrine effects, and genotoxicity.
  • Parabens: A type of preservative used to prolong shelf life in many health and beauty products. They have been linked to breast cancer and reproductive issues.

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About LivOliv

LivOliv are a family run business based in Poole, Dorset, UK that make cruelty-free, non-toxic and vegan nail polishes. 

All of LivOliv products are PETA Beauty Without Bunnies certified cruelty-free.

They don't agree with the use of harsh, toxic chemicals in nail polish, so all their nail varnishes are free from the following nine toxic chemicals that are commonly used in many brands of nail varnish.

The '9 free' promise they offer is that all their products are free from:

  • Formaldehyde: A known human carcinogen, and can cause cancer.
  • Formaldehyde resin is derived from formaldehyde. It’s not as toxic or harmful, but can still be an allergen.
  • Toluene: A liquid solvent used as a nail polish thinner. It can make you feel dizzy & sick. It is also a skin irritant and may cause liver damage as well as foetal development damage to unborn babies. This chemical is derived from petroleum.
  • DBP: A commonly used plasticiser that has been linked to cancer.
  • Camphor: A poison, plasticiser, and rust repellent. This chemical acts as a cover on your nails,  it prevents them from receiving essential natural vitamins from sunlight and oxygen.
  • Xylene: An aromatic hydrocarbon widely used as a solvent.
  • Ethyl tosylamide: Serves as a plasticizer and film-former in nail polish.
  • Triphenyl phosphate: A flame retardant and plasticizer. An increasing number of studies have linked exposure to Triphenyl phosphate with reproductive and developmental toxicity, neurotoxicity, metabolic disruption, endocrine effects, and genotoxicity.
  • Parabens: A type of preservative used to prolong shelf life in many health and beauty products. They have been linked to breast cancer and reproductive issues.

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