Eco-Chic Scotch Naturals Polish

October 25, 2011    |    By +
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When it comes to being eco-friendly and a beauty junkie, it’s hard to find products that satisfy both these needs. I’m not a high-maintenance person, but I’m a sucker for a pretty polish. Just because it’s not flip-flop season, doesn’t mean I can’t have the perfect pedicure all year around. The problem is, most nail polishes can be harsh when left on for long periods of time.  They can weaken your nails or worse, turn them yellow. Given how hard it is to take nail polish off, I can only imagine what types of chemicals that keep that polish on for weeks at a time. So what’s a nail art lover to do?

Scotch Naturals is a new line of nail polishes with both style and safety in mind. They come in offbeat colors and are made with water-based and non-toxic materials. After developing a line of child-safe and eco-friendly polishes for kids and tweens, Ginny Cardenas, figured she would make a an equally green-minded line that adults could enjoy. And the best part is, they require no top or base coat, so painting your nails can be a quick and fun process rather than waiting an hour and smudging your hard work. Check out their full line of colors HERE and pick one up for your best friend or anyone that needs a little color in their life!

Photo Courtesy of: Style Frizz

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