Sally Hansen Is Joining the Clean-Beauty Movement With Vegan, 16-Free Nail Polishes

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Sally Hansen has also launched two non-color products in this new collection: its first plant-based, vegan versions of the brand's Hardener, made to improve the look of ridges and protect against breakage, and Top Coat, which creates a protective, glossy seal over your color. "Good-for-you products are becoming increasingly more important to consumers across all categories — and fulfilling consumers’ desires has always been at the core of Sally Hansen’s innovation," Celia Tombalakian, vice president of Sally Hansen Global & US Marketing, said in a press release. "We are thrilled to introduce Good. Kind. Pure. , our first vegan, plant-based line of color and care that enables consumers to create a beautiful, clean manicure at home. The Sally Hansen Good. Kind. Pure. collection is now available for about $7 each at Target and target. com.

Sally Hansen has just launched Good. Kind. Pure. , a collection of plant-based, 100-percent vegan nail polishes. (Even the brush is plant-based! ) You've heard of five-free and even 10-free nail polishes? Good. Kind. Pure. is touted as 16-free, promising a complete and total lack of formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, xylene, acetone, phthalates, camphor, parabens, ethyl tosylamide, triphenyl phosphate, animal-derived ingredients, styrene, synthetic fragrance, silicone, bisphenol A, glycol ethers derived from ethylene oxide, nonylphenol ethoxylate, and sulfates. (And if I'm counting correctly, that's actually 18, so Sally Hansen is just being humble, I guess.

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