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Suncoat natural cosmetics – non-toxic and natural

Suncoatgirl Nail Polish

Water Based Nail Polish


Suncoatgirl Nail Polish and File


SuncoatGirl water-based nail polishes are uniquely formulated by our chemists without using any of the following chemicals: Phthalate plasticizers, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Acetates, Alcohol, Glycol ethers, FD&C dyes.

Only water, acrylic copolymers and polyurethane (plastic), mineral-based pigments, plastic glitter* and carmine are in these nail polishes. Virtually odor-free. Releases water vapor when applied, not toxic chemical fumes. These water-based children’s nail polishes are truly the most natural nail polishes in the market place.

*: Spectra glitter, inert plastic glitters. Conforms to ASTM D4236.

All Suncoatgirl products are created and manufactured in Canada by Suncoat Products Inc.




For children 3 years and older. Use under adult supervision. Also great for anyone to use especially when travel, and for special occasions. Can last couple of days on fingernails. Will last longer on toenails.

Apply 2 to 3 thin coats to clean grease-free nails. Dry fully between coats. Peel off the nail polish before changing color by soaking nails in warm water, and peel off from one corner.

Product Safety

Suncoatgirl nail polish complies with Health Canada, US FDA cosmetics regulations and European Cosmetics legislation (REGULATION (EC) 1223/2009 RELATING TO COSMETIC PRODUCTS).

Suncoatgirl conforms to ASTM D4236: Extra step has also been taken to ensure product safety for children: Suncoatgirl natural nail polish colors have been evaluated by board-certified toxicologist (Diplomat, American Board of Toxicology), at a US FDA recommended consumer product safety lab.

The result: Suncoatgirl nail polish conforms to the health requirements of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard D4236 and meet the criteria defined in the U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) Regulations 16 CFR 1500.14 (described in the Federal Register Announcement 57:197 pp. 46626-46674, dated Friday, October 9, 1992).