OPI Likes The Earth, We Like OPI .... It All Works Out
October 17, 2008
What: Sephora by OPI nail polish, $9
Why: Let's face it, cosmetics aren't always eco-friendly. Ever since humanity began caring about such things (when was that? In 2007, I think), its record on animal testing and toxic ingredients has been problematic at best. But now, some companies are taking steps to eco-ify their products. Foremost among them, OPI nail polishes, who in 2007 replaced three harmful chemicals in its famous lacquers with more environmentally-friendly substances.
SheFinds has always loved OPI's bright, bold, high-quality polishes (we inducted their long-lasting, no-chip, quick-dry, funky-named formula into our Hall of Fame in March)–and now we're pleased to report that none of the ingredients will kill baby seals in the Arctic–or give your nails that stripped, dull, poisoned look when you remove the polish.
Get Yours: Sephora