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Blogger Project: Scotch Naturals Nail Polish

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Scotch Naturals is the cleanest nail polish on the market. Sure, many brands tout the ubiquitous “3-free” phrase but Scotch Naturals is completely free of solvents. While 3-free polishes score about 4-6 on a scale of 10 for toxicity, Scotch Naturals scores 0 (10 signifies the highest amount of toxins). How did Scotch naturals manage to do it? All the solvents have been replaced by water. So how does that affect wear? You need to use the specially formulated base and top coats and the manicure will last just as long as any 3-free polish.

Founder Ginny Cardenas was on a mission when she started Scotch Naturals. She actually started a children’s polish brand first called Hopscotch Kids and when moms started demanding solvent-free polish she spun off with the adult line Scotch Naturals. The first part of her mission was to create polish that wasn’t toxic. The second part was to dispel the myth that “good for you” didn’t have to look hippy dippy. Her branding, packaging design and logos are all very sophisticated and can stand next to any luxury designer polish line. One of my favorite things about the line is that all of the names of the polishes come from the names of cocktails that list Scotch as an ingredient – so clever!

This is definitely one of my new favorite brands to look out for. I understand the old saying that “beauty is pain” but it shouldn’t be toxic! Learn more on

scotch naturals nail polish

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3 Responses to “Blogger Project: Scotch Naturals Nail Polish”

  1. goldenyardy says:

    Cool hope to try these out soon!

  2. Hi Gabriella,

    You are such a delight. It was such a pleasure to have met you. And thank you for sharing with your fans our product.

    Cheers and blessings,
    Ginny Cardenas

  3. Gabriella Gabriella says:

    Hi Ginny!
    Thank you. It was a pleasure meeting you and learning about Scotch Naturals! I hope to interview you for the site soon!


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