Cruelty Free Nails

Nail Stickers Australia

What’s this Nail stickers in Australia craze all about? These nails are popular because they are easy to use, but also because they avoid animal cruelty. There are brands that test on animals and there are brands that care about animals and nature. So which would you want to support?

We did a research about all the nail polish brands to bring you this post. The main goal of this post is that many of the most popular nail polish brands, have been testing on animals.

There’s good news too, you’ll notice that there are an overwhelming number of cruelty-free nail brands to choose from, so there’s no reason to support a brand that tests on animals! (this is obvious). This includes brands like China Glaze, Deborah Lippmann, LVX, Orly, and Seche Vite.

Here’s an overview of the guide:

The section below lists the cruelty-free nail polish brands. Keep scrolling for descriptions of all the brands, from the high-end brands to the budget ones. If the brands are 100% vegan, 5-free, or 7-free, it’s going to be noted.

Without further ado, here’s your guide to cruelty-free claws!

Cruelty-Free Nail Brands

These nail brands confirmed that no animal testing takes place at any point during production, including by their suppliers, and they do not sell their products in mainland China. Many of these brands are also 100% vegan! Any brands which are owned by parent companies who aren’t cruelty-free will be indicated with an asterisk.

Another thing to consider when shopping for nail polish is the toxicity of the formula. The three most commonly known hazardous chemicals which can be found in nail polish are Dibutyl Phtalate (DBP), Formaldehyde and Toluene. If a nail polish is free of these three toxic ingredients, it would be considered “3-Free”.
Many of the cruelty-free nail polish brands mentioned below are not only free of these three ingredients, but free of other harmful ingredients as well. The list is not exhaustive. Brands can also be considered “5-Free”, “7-Free”, and so on. “5-Free” polishes contain no Formaldehyde Resin and Camphor, in addition to the original three, and “7-Free” polishes also eschew Ethyl Tosylamide and Andxylene.

Of course you can avoid all the bother about nail polish by simply using acrylic adhesive on nails.

Pre Glued Nails Australia

Our adhesive nails avoid all the fuss and bother that other artificial nails require. Just use one set of nails per week, or change your nails to suit the occasion.

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