More & More Cuticle Oil by Treat Collection
We say NO to:
An important building block for the chemical industry which in cosmetics is frequently used as dissolvent – even though it provokes allergies as well as irritation of the skin, eyes and respiratory tracks and is considered to be cancer-causing. Treat Collection does without this risk factor, no doubt about it!
One of the oldest plastics with hard and break-proof properties, it is frequently used in the production of chipboards and circuit boards. However, it is deemed to cause allergic contact reactions and skin problems. We want you to be carefree when brushing a strand of hair out of your face or touching up on your make-up – this is why we opt for nonhazardous resins.
This liquid is also contained in gasoline and is used as a solvent – but EU Regulation classifies it as harmful to health. Its strong smell would drive you to your knees and can be addictive. To us, it is a matter of course to use vegan alternatives in our Treat Collection polishes.
DBP (Dibutyl phthalatE)
A commonly used plasticizer used to keeps plastics elastic – but they are entirely out of place in baby articles, toys and cosmetics. Given that it is classified as toxic and dangerous to the environment it is even prohibited for such purposes in the EU. Unlike other manufacturers we have always made sure that our Treat Collection nail polishes keep supple and smooth using non-poisonous components!
Another component used as plasticizer – in addition it is used in pest control and blasting gelatine. Not very sexy, all the less since it is psychoactive and toxic, thereby causing nausea, respiratory distress and panic attacks. Nothing you want to use on your fingers or toes, which is why Treat Collection polishes make sure you nails shine healthily.
We say YES to:
This organic compound is extracted from acetic acid and for its sweet fruity smell similar to that of pears is also used to flavour lemonades, drops or medicaments. As versatile solvent it is our choice to make sure the ingredients in Treat Collection polishes mix and blend well.
A further organic compound found in many types of fruit and for its pleasant sweet smell of bananas or apples is used to flavour foods. Given its outstanding solvent power it ensures excellent – and healthy – gloss and flow in varnish. Just what we want for our Treat Collection!
Blended with herbs and essential oils this liquid is used to produce rubbing alcohol – a well-tried household remedy that is massaged into the skin to alleviate pains be they strains or joint complaints. Given that it can be safely used it is a further solvent we like to use for our polishes.
Based on cellulose, an important structural component of the primary cell wall of green plants, this compound is the perfect film-forming basis for our nail polishes – ‘cause Treat Collection is here to stay on!
In nature this colorless and odorless organic compound is found in beet root and sugar beet and given its sour taste is an EU-approved food additive. It plays a role in the production of nylon and keeps our Treat Collection polishes naturally smooth and supple.
Trimethyl PentanYl DiisobutyRATE
This biodegradable compound serves as basis for producing plasticizers and tensides. It makes sure our Treat Collection polishes stay on your nails as loooong as possible to make you shine day after day.
A harmless thickening agent to make sure that shimmering particles evenly spread over your nails. Given its tolerability it is also used in lipstick or eye make-up.
This organic compound with its sweet smell is used as a solvent in natural lacquers und colorants and besides is used in compounding fragrances. Given its brilliant properties we use this liquid in our Treat Collection to make your nails outshine each other.
Purnus amygdalus sulcis (sweet almond oil), helianthus annuus (sunflower seed) oil, argania spinoa (argan) kernel oil, tocopheryl acetate, panthenyl riacetate, tocopherol (Vitamin E), retinyl palmitate, ethyl acetate, aesculus hippocastanum (horse chestnut) seed extract, dimethyl oxobenzo dioxasilane.