Sparkling Snow is a pearly white semi-opaque color.
Water-based and without the typical nail polish smell. Without chemical solvents or other harmful ingredients. No synthetic dyes, only mineral pigments and natural dyes. Removal is easy: dip your nails in warm water and 'peel' the nail polish from one nail corner of your nails. A nail polish remover is unnecessary.
Without: Not only without phthalate plasticizers (DBP, BDP etc.), formaldehyde, toluene, camphor and alcohol. But also free of Acetone or other acetates, artificial colors and harmful preservatives such as parabens or methylisothiazolinone (Neolone 950).
Water, acrylic copolymer*. May contain: mica, iron oxides, iron ferrocyanide, carmine, ultramarine blue, chromium oxide green, polyethylene terephthalate* (glitters).
*Acrylic copolymer and polyethylene terephthalate are non-toxic, inert plastic materials, necessary to form a layer of nail polish on the nails. All other ingredients are 100% natural.
Suncoat promises: 100% Health Canada, FDA & European Cosmetics legislation -Approved ingredients, 100% non-toxic, no toluene, no formaldehyde, no phthalates, no acetates, no alcohol, no glycol ethers, no FD&C dyes or synthetic colors. No animal testing.
Product safety: Suncoatgirl nail polish complies with Health Canada, US FDA cosmetics regulations and European Cosmetics legislation (REGULATION (EC) 1223/2009 RELATING TO COSMETIC PRODUCTS).
Suncoatgirl conforms to ASTM D4236: Extra step has also been taken to ensure product safety for children: Suncoatgirl natural nail polish colors have been evaluated by board-certified toxicologist (Diplomat, American Board of Toxicology), at a US FDA recommended consumer product safety lab .
The result: Suncoatgirl nail polish conforms to the health requirements of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard D4236 and meets the criteria defined in the US Consumer Product Safety Commission's (CPSC) Regulations 16 CFR 1500.14 (described in the Federal Register Announcement 57:197 pp. 46626-46674, dated Friday, October 9, 1992).