Suncoat Water-based nail polish has been formulated to
adhere well to the nail bed. If left on nails for an extended time, it may
require a little more effort to remove. For easy removal, remove the polish
Remove WITH Suncoat natural nail polish remover:
Suncoat natural nail polish remover is recommended although
solvent based remover will take off the polish. Dab the remover onto nails
using a Q-tip / or a cotton ball, and allow at least 2 minutes for the remover
to soften the polish. Then rub the nails until the polish is fully removed.
Repeat when necessary.
Rinse hands with water to remove residue.
Remove WITHOUT Suncoat natural nail polish remover:
Soak nails in hot water for couple of minutes, then gently
scrap off the polish using a fingernail.
Important: If your nails are weak and damaged, please
consult your health care provider for advice.
2. What if the polish becomes too thick and streaky?
Simply add water ONE DROP AT A TIME to the polish and shake
well before use.
Add one drop of water each time. Adding too much water to
the polish may result in polish separation.
3. Is water-based nail polish 100% natural?
Unfortunately, No. But it is the most natural nail polish
Generally speaking, water-based nail polish contains about
60-70% natural ingredient, namely water. The remaining 30-40% of nail polish is
mainly film-formers, typically acrylic copolymer, styrene-acrylic copolymer and
polyurethane, or combinations of these. These film formers are unfortunately
synthetic, not natural. They are the plastics that coat the nails after the
polish dries. They form film only and should not harm the nails.
The rest of the ingredients in water-based nail polish,
after water and film formers, are film-forming aids, soap and colourants. They
form the minor portion in the polish, and only account for 1-10%.
Suncoat Water-based nail polish is about as natural as you
can get. There is about 70% water, 1-3% natural colorants (namely earth
pigments), and there is no phthalate of any kind.
4. Is it possible to make 100% natural nail polish?
Yes. However, natural nail polish does not last on nails. It
comes off VERY easily in water and has very little staying power.
5. Are there any patents on water-based nail polish?
Yes. There are many patents on water-based nail polish. Some
of the patents are going back as far as 1980. It is fair to say that
water-based nail polish technology is well patented.
6. SO, why has there been no quality water-based nail polish
on the market until now?
The answer is simple: too difficult to formulate.
Water-based nail polish has been a long held dream for
cosmetic scientists. Many cosmetic giants have made the attempt to develop
water-based nail polish. It is however the technical difficulties that
prevented many of the major cosmetics makers from being successful in this
Based on our experience and knowledge, the major technical
challenges for formulating water-based nail polish is lack of adhesion (to
human nails) and slow drying time.
We at Suncoat Products Inc. also faced these challenges, and
struggled for a long while. Thanks to Liu,Yingchun, the mastermind behind
Suncoat water-based nail polish, we finally broke through, and came up with an
innovative technology (currently patent-pending) that makes todayâ€™s Suncoat
water-based nail polish quick drying, and long lasting. Truly the best
water-based nail polish available today.
7. Is Toluene and Formaldehyde-free chemical nail polish as
good as water-based nail polish?
Not at all.
You can now find Toluene and Formaldehyde-free nail polishes
in drug stores, department stores, mass merchandisers, etc. These nail polishes
are BETTER than those which still have toluene and formaldehyde-releasing
ingredients. However, they are still chemical solvent based nail polish.
Chemical solvents, namely acetates, are still the major
ingredient in the polish: 60-70% . These nail polishes still give off chemical
fumes, pollute the air, have an offensive odour, and are highly flammable and
explosive. They still harm nails, making the nails yellow, brittle and weak.
In water-based nail polish, all the chemical solvents are
replaced by water. Toluene and formaldehyde-free nail polish is one step
forward...Suncoat water-based nail polish is a revolutionary advance!
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