YOLO “Non- Toxic”

Not all nail polishes are created equal. Here’s the hard truth many
formulas on the market are packed with harmful and unnecessary
chemicals. Take a whiff and you’ll smell—and feeltoxic.

Research has revealed several toxic ingredients found in polish
and lacquers that are dangerous to the environment and your
health, including formaldehyde, toluene & DBP.
That’s why YOLO
guarantee a free nail polish from toxic ingredients like
formaldehyde, toluene and DBP (Dibutyl phthalate).


What does Toluene mean in nail polish?
Toluene is the nail polish ingredient used to create a smooth
application and finish. However, its fumes are highly toxic; studies
have shown that exposure to toluene can cause neurological
damage, decreased brain function, impaired breathing, hearing
loss, and nausea. When inhaled too frequently by pregnant
women, it may result in impaired fetal development. Animal
studies have also shown that toluene is linked to reproductive
impairment, immune system toxicity, and blood cancers like
malignant lymphoma.
European Union has restricted the use of toluene in personal
care products, including nail polish, and advises that pregnant

women and children should not be exposed to its fumes. That’s
why we insure to exclude it from our products.


What Does Formaldehyde mean in nail polish?
Formaldehyde is used to harden and strengthen nail polishes,
also serving as a preservative that protects against bacterial
growth.
However, exposure to larger doses of formaldehyde in the air or
on the skin may cause cancer of the throat, nose, and blood.


What Does DBP (Dibutyl phthalate) mean in nail polish?
DBP is used to prevent nail polish from chipping & cracking and
you can also find it in adhesives. And it might cause damage to
your nails.
Yolo ensure that we are free from DBP in our products.
YOLO omit the primary 3 offenders, formaldehyde, toluene, DBP
and other unsafe ingredients, while still giving you high-quality
color you’ll love.

YOLO “ Vegan ”

YOLO Say No to animal Derivatives

What are Animal Derivatives?

According to European law, it is any material derived from the
body of an animal.


What are the cosmetics ingredients that are derived from
animal products?

Many cosmetics ingredients are squeezed into cosmetics these
days and given misleading names for the sake of sales.

Example:
● Cochineal Dye
● Tallow
● Gelatin
● Lanolin
● Squalene
● Auberges
● Collagen
● Estrogen
● Retinol, and many more


What do we mean by (YOLO say No to animal derivative)?

It means that YOLO certify that no product it supplies contains
any ingredients or sub-ingredients of animal origin, particularly no
component made of ruminant extracts or derivatives?
YOLO maintains a vegan beauty routine, in other words, YOLO
vegan nail polish simply means that there are no animal-derived
ingredients present in the formulation of that nail polish.
All YOLO products are vegan


What Does Toluene mean in Nail Polish?

Toluene is the nail polish ingredient used to create a smooth application and finish. However, its fumes are highly toxic.

Studies have shown that exposure to toluene can cause neurological damage, decreased brain function, impaired breathing, hearing loss, and nausea.

When inhaled too frequently by pregnant women, it may result in impaired fetal development.

Animal studies have also shown that toluene is linked to reproductive impairment, immune system toxicity, and blood cancers like malignant lymphoma.

European Union has restricted the use of toluene in personal care products, including nail polish, and advises that pregnant women and children should not be exposed to its fumes.

Believe it or Not

  • YOLO 3D Top Coat :
    • builds instant volume on your nail to get a wet-look shine like professional gel nails, without a UV Lamp.
  • YOLO Ridge Filler :
    • instantly deep ridges appear virtually vanishes; nails feel smooth, hydrated and healthy glowing.
  • YOLO Ridge Filler :
    • also suitable for men whose nails are ridged and who want to give them a well-groomed aspect, without a heavy gloss.
    • Re-apply YOLO Fast Dry twice a week if needed to revive the gloss.
  • YOLO Hardener :
    • limits brittleness by providing more breathable shield that resists splitting and peeling.

Tips & Tricks

1- It is always better to paint your nails on a well-lit and flat surface.

2- The Thicker Your coats , The longer they will take to dry

3- Wear gloves when washing dishes or cleaning because hot water effects     your nail polish

4- Try not to expose your nails to the intensely colored foods and spices , it’s naturally stain everything they came contact in ,including your nails

5- The hot heat and moisture causes nails to chip and peel away. So think of hot water as the mortal enemy of your manicure

6- Top coat your nails – use YOLO Top coat – it can last a little longer more like 5 – 6 days.

7- Make sure to take the top coat over the edge of your nail , it helps seal the end which will keep the polish there looking nice longer

8- If you smudge a nail badly, you can flatten out the smudge, let it dry, and cover with one more coat of polish.

9- Dip your nails in about of cold water for 1 – 2 minutes , often letting your nails air dry for 60 sec – you can also use YOLO fast dry to dry your mani in 60 sec –

10- Always start with a base coat for dark polishes – YOLO Ridge filler – so that you get a smoother Application and prevent staining.

11- Dark polish is more heavily pigmented, painting on too much can cause peeling.

12- To avoid that, as well as bubbling, you can use a Top Coat -YOLO Top Coat 1- for last longer nail polish.

13- Use a white nail polish as your base coat -YOLO_100_Snow-, and then apply your favorite neon shade YOLO_144_Lime & YOLO_146_K. Lime_ – to make your neon color pop.

14- Refresh your manicure with topcoat every two days. Applying a thin layer of topcoat to an aging many re-stabilizes the polish and restores shine, which makes it last longer.