How is HELLO TOMATO nail polish non irritating?
Made for sensitive skin, eyes and nose, our nail polish uses a water based formula - omitting known irritants and potentially harmful synthetics, harsh solvents, preservatives, and fragrances.
Who can use HELLO TOMATO?
People with sensitivities to chemicals and has adverse reactions to even non-toxic polishes which might still include irritants such as ethyl and butyl acetate. Anyone who is looking for an alternative nail polish that aligns with their philosophy of clean living. If you have hypersensitive skin, please do a patch test on a small area of your skin first before application, and don't use the ERASER GEL as it contains alcohol.
What if I don't have any sensitivities to regular polishes?
Our nail polish was not created for people who are used to long wearing gel and acrylic polishes. Because it's a water based formulation, it can't be as durable as regular polishes. So if you are used to those, it will take a whole new mindset to justify that switch. HELLO TOMATO will last half the time of regular polishes before it starts to chip, and needs our Eraser Gel to remove instead of Acetone.
What ingredients are used in HELLO TOMATO nail polish?
Nail polish: water, hyaluronic acid, polyurethane-1, propylene glycol, stearalkonium bentonite & may contain pigments CI 19140, CI 15850, CI 15880, CI 77891, CI 77510, CI 77491, 77499, CI 77019, CI 77742.
Eraser Gel: ethanol, 1-ethenylpyrrolidin-2-one, sodium hydroxide, sodium polyacrylate, glycol methacrylate, water.
What ingredients are NOT used in HELLO TOMATO nail polish?
Formaldehyde, Toluene, Camphor, Parabens; Silicone, Dibutyl Phthalate, Xylene, Triphenyl Phosphate (TPHP), Colophonium, Organic Halides, Ethyl Tosylamide, Ethyl and Butyl Acetates, Mercury, Lead, Acetone, Fragrance and Animal Derivatives. Find out more here.
What are some adverse nail product reactions?
Skin irritation such as redness, swelling of fingertips, rash, blisters, contact dermatitis, headache, dizziness, nail lifting from nail bed, nail fungus.