Time to shine 5-free quick drying nail lacquer 15ml
time to shine
If you wish to look after your nails 5-free is a really good thing to look good,
but know your avoiding nasty chemicals that can effect your nails and health.
what is the difference between a nail lacquer and nail polish ?
Nail lacquers are nail polishes, which add thickness to the nails.
They are known as varnishes which dry off quickly, when applied to the nails.
They provide a lustrous look to the nails with an embellishment.
They give a fashionable and trendy look.
polish’s are thin and take longer to dry plus give less of a shine.
time to shine has lots of shine.
5-FREE means that lacquers and polishes are made without five deadly and dangerous chemicals found in a lot of high street polishes .if they don’t say their 5 free they are probably not.
these deadly 5 are TOULENE
Toluene – Derived from petroleum and commonly used as a solvent to dissolve or combine other chemicals.
Uses – Fuel, makes nail polish smooth and even and controls it’s evaporation, and used as a solvent (such as in paint thinner).
Safety – Health concerns include dizziness, dry skin, it’s an irritant, casues headaches, liver and kidney damage, nausea, numbness, and has been linked to birth defects.
DIBUTYL PHTHALATE (DBP)
Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP) – Common plasticizer, which increases the flexibility and fluidity of a product.
Uses – Makes nail polish last longer by making it more flexible and is used in cosmetics and the manufacture of soft plastics.
Safety – Linked to cancer. Health concerns include problems in the endocrine system, increased risk of diabetes in women, nausea, it’s an irritant, causes reproductive issues and has been linked to birth defects.
*Formaldehyde – Naturally occurring organic compound that is a gas at room temperature.
Uses – Embalmer, nail hardener, preservative, sterilizer, wood component (although its use in wood is now minimized and legislated).
Safety – Known carcinogen – meaning causes cancer. Health concerns include allergic reactions, breathing issues (coughing, asthma-like symptoms, wheezing, etc.), it’s an irritant, linked to lung and nasal cancers.
Additional Concerns – “In view of its widespread use, toxicity and volatility, exposure to formaldehyde is a significant consideration for human health.” (US Department of Health and Human Services)
Formaldehyde Resin (Tosylamide/TSFR) – A polymer (synthetic resin) used as a plasticizer or suspending agent.
Uses – Ensures nail polish adhesion, adds depth, gloss, hardness and durability.
Safety – According to GoodGuide it does not pose any health concern, but others list it as a toxin. Health concerns may include allergic reaction and it can be an irritant.
Camphor – A waxy substance from certain trees that smells good and is used as a plasticizer.
Uses – Embalmer, explosives, culinary ingredient, nail polish plasticizer – making it more flexible and last longer, medicinal uses, and even used in religious ceremonies.
Safety – Highly flammable. Health concerns include dizziness, headaches, and nausea. In high amounts (not found in polish) it can be poisonous, an irritant, cause seizures and even unconsciousness.
We at delight touch have the motto completely pure or as close to. It’s virtually impossible to make a decent totally organic polish or lacquer but 5- free is what we think is the best you can do to balance health and beauty and it’s quick drying.
so enjoy time to shine
|Dimensions||4 x 4 x 8 cm|