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  • Meg P. 2 years ago
    Since chemicals, etc. go directly through the nails and skin, into our blood stream to do whatever havoc they do, it makes absolutely NO SENSE to me to ever put polish or remover on my nails or skin. My health is more important to me than colored nails ever could be. When I did use polish, it felt like my nails were smothering. Probably they were!
  • LaDoris K. 5 years ago
    The above question left me with this one. You gave us something that I have wanted for years. The smell of nail and beauty salons in general send my system into a panic with the first symptom being a raging headache and sinus issues. No, I am not one of those shrinking violets who love to get attention by having attacks of some sort. I have a lot of medical issues worse than that and go on with life. My question is this, what about the nail polish itself? Those come with a stack of chemicals that one needs a degree to know what they are as well. The more exciting shades and options they have the more stuff that is needed I have a feeling. I have not done my homework on the last statement. It is only a guess so please do not hold me to that one. It would be so great to have a bottle of nail polish that one could if they wanted to paint their dog's or baby's nails and not worry about the polish getting in the dog or baby's mouth. I did not say that I wanted to do it, I am only using that as the ultimate safe test for a product. I would have to trust something 100% prior to doing either of those. I do not even trust the so called dog nail polish because I know that dogs eat it. I look forward to hearing from you and sorry for being so long winded.
  • Yvonne P. 5 years ago
    Are the water of oil based removers easier on the nails? I cannot use the acetone based because the remover causes my nails to layer and peel off.
  • Cathy M. 5 years ago
    Will do.
  • Kelly F. 5 years ago
    good to know!
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