Animals Australia Unleashed
Change the World Who Cares? Videos Take Action! The Animals Community Forum Shop Blog Display
1 2 3
Your E-Mail: O Password:
Login Help     |     Join for Free!     |     Hide This

Post a Reply

Vegan and cruelty-free nail polish remover

1 - 6 of 6 posts


riannon riannon SA Posts: 3
1 20 May 2017
Preferably something I can find in Priceline, supermarkets etc. and is not tested on animals or have any non-vegan additives such as lanolin alcohol
ReplyQuote

robert99 robert99 Sweden Posts: 1360
2 21 May 2017
Best place to check is
http://www.choosecrueltyfree.org.au/

PS - welcome!  broccoli
ReplyQuote

intuitivehearts intuitivehearts NSW Posts: 4
3 21 May 2017
I was going to suggest Australis's See Ya Later nail polish remover because it's available at Priceline, it's cruelty-free but not vegan.

Kester Black's remover is cruelty-free and vegan but it's not available at Priceline...
ReplyQuote

riannon riannon SA Posts: 3
4 26 May 2017
What ingredients does it have that are not vegan? What ingredients does it or any other nail polish remover have that are not vegan? Acetylated lanolin alcohol? That is a non-vegan ingredient that I am aware of. Are there any other ingredients to avoid? if a brand does not test on animals would it be fair to say that the nail polish remover would also be?
ReplyQuote

robert99 robert99 Sweden Posts: 1360
5 27 May 2017
riannon said:
if a brand does not test on animals would it be fair to say that the nail polish remover would also be?
Yes - cruelty free approved but not necessarily vegan.

Caprylic is in Cutex Nail Polish Remover Acetone Free for example -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caprylic_acid
"Caprylic acid is the common name for the eight-carbon saturated fatty acid known by the systematic name octanoic acid. Its compounds are found naturally in the milk of various mammals, and as a minor constituent of coconut oil and palm kernel oil. It is an oily liquid that is minimally soluble in water with a slightly unpleasant rancid-like smell and taste.

http://www.thesourcenatural.com/ns/DisplayMonograph.asp?StoreID=DHAP6V4FB7SR2NM700AKHLBD3CMFBXMD&DocID=bottomline-caprylicacid
... an eight-carbon fatty acid naturally found in palm and coconut oil, and in the milk of humans and bovines (cows).

Vegan cosmetics at http://www.choosecrueltyfree.org.au/cruelty-free-list-vegan/
ReplyQuote

SueM SueM VIC Posts: 45
6 31 Dec 2019
Designer Brands stocked at some chemists and l think price attack.
Kester black but it's pricey
ReplyQuote



Unleashed

This page was printed from Animals Australia Unleashed's website (www.unleashed.org.au).