Zoya Nail Polish

In an effort to buy more health-conscious products, I have been slowly but surely converting my beauty products over to ones without parabens or harmful chemicals. Beautycounter has been a great brand for launching my makeup overhaul, but I never thought I would be able to find a nail polish that was health-conscious too. Then I came across Zoya


Zoya is the world’s longest-wearing natural nail polish on the market. Their formula is BIG10FREE, meaning it’s without formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, dibutyl phthalate, toluene, camphor, TPHP, parabens, xylene, ethyl tosylamide, & lead. Yes, LEAD! Can you believe that a handful of our drugstore nail polishes contain LEAD?!?! I was floored when I looked at the ingredient list of many of the top American brands of nail polish. When I found Zoya, I was over the moon to find a brand that you could trust.


After a week and a half of trying out their products, I love it!

The polish goes on smoothly.
They offer over 400 shades to choose from.
A couple coats gets you at least a week of wear.
I mean what else could you ask for?!?

The only problem is that it is not available in all retail markets; however, I think with time it will widely available. Most retail companies are pushing to include a wider array of healthy living options to be available to customers, so I wouldn’t be surprised if this brand hit big retailers, like Target and Walmart, in the next couple of years.

Zoya can be found at Ulta, online, and also a handful of nail salons across the nation. For my first dabble in the company, I thought I would try out a few of their neutral colors. I purchased ZANNA, APRIL, KENNEDY, PRESLEY, RENEE, & MONA. Perfect for late summer and fall, these colors pack a punch! Also, they are definitely business casual approved and appropriate for any office environment you may work in.


What are you waiting for?
Overhaul your nail polish collection with the help of Zoya!

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