Is Mezaya water-based nail polish 100% natural?

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Is Mezaya water-based nail polish 100% natural?

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I’ve always enjoyed doing my nails. What colors do you like best? For example, for this season I use the color diamond, I think that really beautiful nail polish. If you want to know what this nail polish looks like here is the link https://funlacquer.com/. There are many other for nails, so you’ll like it 🙂

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Unfortunately, No. But it is the one of the most ‘natural’ nail polishes available today. Generally speaking, water-based nail polish contains about 60-70% of natural ingredient, namely water. The remaining 30-40% of nail polish is mainly film-formers, typically acrylic copolymer, styrene-acrylic copolymer and polyurethane, or combinations of these. These film formers are unfortunately synthetic, not natural. They are the plastics that coat the nails after the polish dries. They form a film only and should not harm the nails. The rest of the ingredients in water-based nail polish, after water and film formers, are film-forming aids, soap and colorants. They form the minor portion in the polish, and only account for 1-10%. Mezaya water-based nail polish is about as ‘natural’ as you can get. They contain about 70% water, 1-3% natural colorants (namely earth pigments), and there is no phthalate of any kind.

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