Nails.INC launches new vegan and cruelty-free nail polish range

Nails.INC launches vegan and cruelty-free nail polish range with 12 shades

Read Time:   |  17th June 2020

The UK's leading nail polish brand, Nails.INC, is launching the first-ever '21 free' plant-based nail polish range

Nail salons might be shut for the foreseeable future, but with Nails.INC’s new range of salon-quality plant-based nail polishes you can still enjoy having a manicure at home.

The new Plant Power range is launching this summer with 12 eye-catching shades to choose from ranging from dusky pinks and deep plums through to vibrant greens and cool blues, all of which are priced at £9 per bottle. There’s even a new high-shine top coat to protect your polish for £11.

To ensure a long-lasting manicure, the formula is also UV reactive which helps to boost the glossiness and means you can enjoy your stylish manicure for up to 10 days.

The new Plant Power range features a bold green shade 'Mother Earth’s Calling' which is exclusive to the UK

The new Plant Power range features a bold green shade 'Mother Earth’s Calling' which is exclusive to the UK

21-free

Those who are worried about the ingredients in the products will be pleased to hear that the range is not only vegan but is also ’21-free’ which means it is free from ingredients such as formaldehyde, acetone, and parabens making them kinder to your nails and the planet.

As well as being vegan, the plant-based polishes have not been tested on animals so are also cruelty-free and 100% halal-friendly. As the name suggest, the forumlas are made using 73% bio-sourced ingredients from plants from a renewable energy source.

Eco-friendly 

In keeping with the range’s green-credentials, Nails.INC have designed new packaging made from recycable and sustainable components including an eco-friendly 100% FSC wooden cap made from beech making them easier to recycle than traditional packaging.

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