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Poshé nail care removes phthalates

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Nail and hand treatment brand Poshé has removed phthalates from its Anti-Microbial BaseCoat product, parent company Almell Products, Ltd. announces March 4. Phthalates, used as plasticizers in nail products, are potentially harmful, the company claims. The formula is toluene- and formaldehyde-free and is not tested on animals, firm says. "We created the Anti-Microbial BaseCoat to give our clients effective relief for problem nails, and now we've made it phthalate-free," Poshé COO Lynn Beaurline says in a statement. Anti-Microbial BaseCoat is utilized along with Anti-Microbial Cuticle Oil during a pedicure or manicure to prevent growth of mold, fungus, bacteria or yeast on nails and surrounding tissue. BaseCoat retails for $13.20 at Sally Beauty and other beauty supply stores...

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