Introducing Toxin-Free Nail Polish by Northern Nail Polish

Toxin-Free Nail Polish by Northern Nail Polish

Toxin-Free Nail Polish by Northern Nail Polish

Northern Nail Polish founder, KC Springberg spends her days happily stirring up bottles of 10-Toxin-Free Nail Polish that glimmers, shimmers and shines.
The Traverse City, Michigan resident began making her own nail polish in 2012 when she learned about exposure to chemicals like endocrine disrupters and carcinogens that are found in many store-bought polishes. She loved painting her nails too much to quit and wondered if there were other options. After experimenting with formulas

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, she finally found a formula that was 10-toxin-free, which means it doesn’t have the seven toxins found in store bought polishes like toluene, dibutyl phthalate (DBP), and formaldehyde.
KC focused on producing glitter nail polishes. To her it was all about holographic, shimmery and sparkly because that’s what she liked. But people asked for more matte colors so she made a whole line of that too. The solid colors were added in 2017 with many of them inspired by the natural beauty of Northern Michigan and the people, places and things that exemplify the Great Lakes state. With nail polish names like Petoskey Stone, Beach Glass, Great Lakes State of Mind, Hand As Your Map, Michigander, Lake Superior Agate, Northern Lights, and Pure Michigan….those are some of the best seller polishes.
Women of all ages, from kids who love the neons to working women who are looking for something subtler, love Northern Nail Polish and wear them with the confidence of knowing they are 10-toxin free. The bottles come with the cute turquoise Michigan logo on the front, and the names of the shades are visible from the top of each bottle’s cap.
So what is 10-Toxin-Free Nail Polish?
  • No Formaldehyde
  • No Camphor
  • No Triphenyl Phosphate
  • No Ethyl Tosylamide
  • No Xylene
  • No Toluene
  • No Dibutyl Phthalate
  • Non-GMO
  • Phthalate Free
  • Paraben Free
  • Fragrance Free
  • Cruelty Free
  • Vegan
That means that all of the nail polishes are not only made without the 3 common chemicals found in nail polishes (Toluene, Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Formaldehyde), but also without 7 other very dangerous chemicals (Formaldehyde Resin, Camphor, TPHP, Ethyl Tosylamide, Parabens, Phthalates, and Xylene). Northern Nail Polishes are FREE of these TEN chemicals. You should never have to sacrifice health for beauty.
Northern Nail Polish uses the most natural, vegan ingredients known to form a long lasting, chip resistant nail polish that can be easily removed by regular polish remover. And, because Northern Nail Polish uses natural mica as the colorant to the nail polish, you don’t have to worry about stains being left on your nails or any animal derived ingredients in the nail polishes.
Northern Nail Polish has something for everyone – the crazy colors for people who like to be out of the box and polish for women who work in an office and just want something sheer such as ‘Barely There,’ which is a nice neutral pink and that one flies off the shelf. There’s even a base coat, a top coat, and a ridge filling coat.
People buy it first because of the toxic free formula, and the name or the color. But then they keep coming back because they love the quality and the beauty of Northern Nail Polish.

J & L Creations

J & L Creations offers a variety of all natural homemade soaps, hand poured soy candles, and chemical free nail polishes. J & L Creations is based in the Ruth, Michigan and their goal is to provide quality all natural products at reasonable prices. Lorrie Brown, the owner of J & L Creations, has always had a love for crafting and creating things. We welcome you to take a look around and check out all the great items J & L Creation’s has to offer!
You are probably wondering “Why buy homemade soap and nail polish when you can buy it cheaply at the supermarket?” Well, commercial soap is made with tallow (animal fat) and contains synthetic fragrance and dye and almost no glycerin, then add chemicals to make it lather. Many commercial nail polishes contain chemicals such as formaldehyde, toluene and phthalates. Formaldehyde is classified as a carcinogen and phthalates have shown potential to cause birth defects and cancer, according to Environmental Working Group Database. Find out how commercial products can harm you!