Monday, May 7, 2012

Scotch Naturals Nail Polish

I ordered Scotch Naturals nail polish from Spirit Beauty Lounge and tested it out on my toes this week. Scotch Naturals are water based nontoxic nail polishes. These are much more natural than 3 free polishes which are still a great low chemical alternative. You can find them at

I applied 2 coats of this polish, then added a coat of Zoya Armor topcoat. So far this polish has held up great with no chipping or color wear. I've worn various shoes and have done a ton of walking so I'm impressed. I tested both the colors I bought by applying one color to each foot LOL So far no one seems to have noticed. The colors are bold and vibrant. I think this is a great water based nail polish but do recommend using a topcoat to seal it on better.These retail for $14.99.

The colors I chose to test out were Ceasefire and Loch Ness Mystery. They were a deep green and rich teal. Beautiful!

Info from Scotch Naturals website:

Gluten Free
Fragrance Free
Toxin Free
Paraben Free

Scotch Naturals WaterColors
Our polish comes in 30 jaw-dropping colors.

On the Rocks Top Coat
Our deluxe top coat protects nails from scratches and provides an extra boost of shine.

Base Coat
Our fortifying base coat nourishes nails while providing the perfect foundation for our polishes. Our base coat significantly extends the life of Scotch Naturals WaterColors assisting in adhesion and durability.

Soy Polish Remover
Our soy polish remover has been formulated to remove both water-based and solvent-based nail polish safely and naturally.

For the Perfect Finish
In order to achieve beautiful, healthy, salon-quality nails it is essential to prep them properly:
Remove any existing nail polish and shape as usual.
Add a drop of jojoba oil to each nail and buff gently.
Wash hands with soap and water to rinse remover residue and buffing dust.
Apply 1 coat of our fortifying base coat.
Follow with 2 coats of polish allowing 1-3 minutes in between coats.
Finish with our deluxe/top coat for a high gloss shine.

Please remember, this is a water-based nail product. While it dries to the touch in minutes, it needs a few hours to cure fully prior to prolonged exposure to water. We encourage painting tips and toes before bed, allowing polish to dry and adhere overnight.

Polish Remover: For easiest removal, soak nails in warm water for a few minutes. Pre-moisten all nails with remover allowing time for polish to soften. Then moisten cotton pad and rub across nail to remove. You can also remove any remaining polish using an orange stick. After removal, thoroughly rinse nails.


water, acrylic polymer emulsion, butoxy diglycol and non-toxic colorants

Soy Polish Remover
methyl soyate, dimethyl adipate, dimethyl glutarate

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  1. I bought one last week, together with the Karma organics nail polish remover on Abe's Market website. I ordered what looked bright coral on the website, but turns out it's very orange, it's called highland fling. But I still like it. I haven't had the chance to apply it yet, but will try tomorrow during my day off.

  2. I have Ceasefire and I haven't touched it yet. I hope it hasn't dried out yet or something 'cause it's been in my cabinet for at least 2-3 months already. :( I only apply nail polish whenever there's a special occasion and apparently, there hasn't been any for me for quite some time, lol.

  3. I have Loch Ness Mystery too- it's a nice teal color. It is best to use the Scotch Naturals base and top coats with their polish. Regular solvent-based top coat might make the water-based nail polish chip.


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