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The semi-permanent nail polish on the index finger


This very popular long-lasting manicure, but criticized for weakening the nails and the harmful effects of UV lamps, is today competing with eco-responsible and non-aggressive formulas, ensuring hold and shine.

To offer a clean alternative to semi-permanent nail polish whose aggressive formulas and "removal" technique tend to damage the nail.

This was the challenge of Gaëlle Lebrat-Personnaz, the founder of the Manucurist brand, when she launched the Green Flash range in 2019 for professional use.

Either varnishes cleaned of any decried substance, endocrine disruptors and methacrylates in mind, the latter being considered, with acetone but also glues and resins from the arsenal of manicures, particularly sensitizing or even allergenic in a report from ANSES published in 2017.

“It is precisely these ingredients that allow semi-permanent varnishes to dry quickly and stay shiny for a long time without flaking.

We have therefore worked with a French laboratory to develop biosourced compositions, based on renewable natural materials of plant origin such as cassava, cotton, sugar cane, corn and wheat, capable…

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Source: lefigaro

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