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butter LONDON nail lacquers not entirely vegan

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butter LONDON nail lacquers are not entirely vegan

I’ve always thoughtΒ butter LONDON’s nail polish were all vegan-friendly and did not contain any animal-derived ingredients or by-products but I was creeping around their website recently and didn’t see them mention anything about being vegan. So out of curiosity, I emailed the company asking for clarifications.

Without much of an explanation, they sent me a list of their products that are vegan and to my surprise, mostΒ of the products they mentionedΒ were just nail treatments and top coats– with the exception of their Patent Shine 10Xβ„’ Nail Lacquer.

Related: 40+ Vegan and Cruelty-Free Nail Polish Brands

So I followed up asking if they had changed their regular nail lacquer’s formula/ingredients because I’ve purchased a few nail polishΒ from butter LONDON in the past and thought they were vegan at the time of purchase. A rep from their Canadian distributor wrote back and said to their knowledge, “the regular nail lacquers were never organic/vegan, only non-toxic.Β We have certainly not changed our formula/ingredients for the regular nail lacquers.”

**Update! (July 6, 2015) It has come to my attention that some readers have been skeptical about the response I’ve received from a butter LONDON rep, so I emailed them again to triple check if the statement was correct and received the following response:

Yes. We have verified this with the manufacturer. As per the list that I provided you with in an earlier message, please note that only the new Patent Nail Lacquers are considered vegan. The regular nail lacquers are not.

So to set the record straight now, butter LONDON’s line of nail polishΒ are NOT entirely vegan. Their regular nail lacquers are NOT vegan but their Patent Shine 10Xβ„’ nail lacquers ARE vegan and so are the following butter LONDON’s nail treatments:Β 

You can tell the difference between butter LONDON’s regular nail lacquers and their Patent Shine 10X (vegan) one by the packaging; they have conveniently printedΒ Patent Shine 10Xβ„’Β on the vegan-friendly one and the bottle cap is a chrome, silver color versus black on their regular nail lacquer bottle.

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2 Comments
  • Erika Livio
    October 17, 2016

    The rispost is complets for me
    Thank You

  • Vee
    March 6, 2016

    Have you read any anti-animal testing research for this brand? I can’t seem to find anything and I’m wondering if they test on animals or pay outside to have them tested? Thanks!

β€œMake ethical choices in what we buy, do, and watch. In a consumer-driven society our individual choices, used collectively for the good of animals and nature, can change the world faster than laws.”― Marc Bekoff

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