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Water-based, Odor-Free Color 'N Peel Mineral Nail Polsih
Water-based, Odor-Free Color 'N Peel Mineral Nail Polsih
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Water, polyurethane, acrylic copolymer, mica. May contain: iron oxides, carmine, titanium dioxide, ultramarine blue, chromium oxide green
Water, polyurethane, acrylic copolymer, mica. May contain: iron oxides, carmine, titanium dioxide, ultramarine blue, chromium oxide green
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Lunastar

Pinki Naturali Nail Polish
Little Rock (powder Blue) - .25 Fl Oz

Manufacturer Based in Canada

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Stain and odor removers, nail polish

Why it's used

Formaldehyde releasers are sometimes used in the production of certain cosmetic products

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Formaldehyde is a carcinogenic impurity released by a number of cosmetic preservatives, and is also known as Methanal, methyl aldehyde, methylene glycol, methylene oxide.

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Baby powder, nail polish, eye makeup and lip liner

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It is used to keep skin dry and prevent rashes.

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Studies of personal use of talcum powder have had mixed results, there is some suggestion of a possible increase in ovarian cancer risk.

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Used as lubricants in cosmetics and to make plastics flexible

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Phthalates disrupt the endocrine system by mimicing and displacing hormones and interrupting their production

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Propylene glycol is used as a conditioning agent in skin care and hair care products

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It can cause skin irritation and dermatitis in low amounts

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Laundry detergent, dish soap, cosmetics, creams, lotions, deodorants, hair products

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Phenoxyethanol is a preservative used in skin care and hair care products

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It can cause mild skin irritation

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Widely used as a preservative and stabilizer

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Phosphates are hard to break down during waste water processing, and pass into rivers and lakes, increasing algae growth and subsequently decreasing the oxygen needed for healthy aquatic life.

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Dye is used as coloring

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Retinyl Palmitate, or Vitamin A, is an antioxidant added to skin products because manufacturers believe it slows skin aging.

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Studies have found that vitamin A contributes to excess skin growth (hyperplasia), and in sunlight can cause the production of free radicals that can damage DNA, and is also known as Vitamin A, Retinoids, Retinol, Retinol Acetate, Retinol Palmitate, Retin

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Product Description

Water-based, Odor-Free Color 'N Peel Mineral Nail Polsih
Water-based, Odor-Free Color 'N Peel Mineral Nail Polsih
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Product Ingredients

Water, polyurethane, acrylic copolymer, mica. May contain: iron oxides, carmine, titanium dioxide, ultramarine blue, chromium oxide green
Water, polyurethane, acrylic copolymer, mica. May contain: iron oxides, carmine, titanium dioxide, ultramarine blue, chromium oxide green
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Mouthwash, toothpaste, wipes

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Used to indicate that a product is free of ethyl alcohol

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Also known as ethyl alcohol, SD Alcohol

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Body care and hair care products, cosmetics, cleaners, wipes

Why it's used

Dye is used as coloring

What to watch out for

It's frequently unlabeled on ingredient lists but can be comprised of a mix of several different colors, some of which have been linked to carcinogenic effects

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Formaldehyde Free

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Stain and odor removers, nail polish

Why it's used

Formaldehyde releasers are sometimes used in the production of certain cosmetic products

What to watch out for

Formaldehyde is a carcinogenic impurity released by a number of cosmetic preservatives, and is also known as Methanal, methyl aldehyde, methylene glycol, methylene oxide.

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Laundry detergent, dish soap, cosmetics, creams, lotions, deodorants, hair products

Why it's used

Phenoxyethanol is a preservative used in skin care and hair care products

What to watch out for

It can cause mild skin irritation

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Colas, baking powder, Hair care products, skin care products

Why it's used

Widely used as a preservative and stabilizer

What to watch out for

Phosphates are hard to break down during waste water processing, and pass into rivers and lakes, increasing algae growth and subsequently decreasing the oxygen needed for healthy aquatic life.

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Phthalate Free

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Plastic containers, nail polish, air fresheners, fragrance

Why it's used

Used as lubricants in cosmetics and to make plastics flexible

What to watch out for

Phthalates disrupt the endocrine system by mimicing and displacing hormones and interrupting their production

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Proplyene Glycol Free

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Cosmetics, creams, lotions, cleansers, hair products

Why it's used

Propylene glycol is used as a conditioning agent in skin care and hair care products

What to watch out for

It can cause skin irritation and dermatitis in low amounts

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Retinyl Palmitate Free

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Cosmetics, creams, lotions, cleansers, hair products

Why it's used

Retinyl Palmitate, or Vitamin A, is an antioxidant added to skin products because manufacturers believe it slows skin aging.

What to watch out for

Studies have found that vitamin A contributes to excess skin growth (hyperplasia), and in sunlight can cause the production of free radicals that can damage DNA, and is also known as Vitamin A, Retinoids, Retinol, Retinol Acetate, Retinol Palmitate, Retin

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Baby powder, nail polish, eye makeup and lip liner

Why it's used

It is used to keep skin dry and prevent rashes.

What to watch out for

Studies of personal use of talcum powder have had mixed results, there is some suggestion of a possible increase in ovarian cancer risk.

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At True Club, we only stock Cruelty Free products. Products are certified by either PETA or the Leaping Bunny Program, or by companies verifying directly that they do not test on animals

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