Jamberry Nail Polish
You have your natural lotion, you eat organic as much as possible, and you're even using nontoxic chemicals around the house. Now it's time to get a manicure and you stop...What is my nail polish made out of? Is there any options out there that are a safer version that still will make me look and feel good? YES!!
I have been using Jamberry nail polish for over 3 years and I LOVE my nails and what the company is about. I will start this review off by saying that I do not sell Jamberry nor to I get anything from this review, this is another great product that I use all the time. The bottles pictured in this review are all my current polish bottles.
Here are some quick things to know about Jamberry products:
The company was started in 2011 by three sisters who wanted a safer nail product than what was currently on the market. They also wanted to build a business that would appeal and inspire other women to become successful businesswomen, thus Jamberry was formed. All products are made without Formaldehyde, DBP, Toluene, Formaldehyde resin, Camphor, Ethyl Tosylamide, TPHP, and Xylene. To take it one step further, their products are also cruelty free!
Having a product that is safe to use, but also inspires women to succeed, and is cruelty free makes me smile and is a company that I want to use. A bottle of nail polish runs $15, plus shipping. Now Jamberry has other nail products including wraps, gel nail polish, and items to keep your hands, nails, and cuticles looking and feeling great, but this review is specifically about the nail polish.
I have a wide array of colors and prefer colors that tend to be on the more bold or unique side. Jamberry always has a great selection of colors for any personality, from classic to bold, from vacation mode to the work place. I have noticed that most polish colors takes 2 good coats of color. Drying time varies based on the outside weather, but on average 5-10 minutes between coats and 30 minutes before I feel comfortable doing something with my hands without scratches or smudging. I'm sure if you used their nail dryer, that time would be less. I like to change the polish on my hands often, but on average hand nail polish lasts about 10 days. Some of the pictures I've posted here are to help show what your polish will look like a week, or longer, in. I get 30-45 days or more on my toe nail polish. For someone that wants their nail color to last longer they do have a gel lacquer option, and there are additional clear coating polishes that you can apply to the polish after it has dried to add length to the polish. I really enjoy changing my polish often so the 10 day time frame makes it easier for me to change colors. With all the color options available, it's hard not to want to change your color every other week!
If you're interested in trying Jamberry 8 Free nail polish, or any other products that they have, click on the link below, or find the link under my Local Businesses page.