It can be hard to find a nail polish that is long-lasting, good for your nails, and is cruelty-free. Bio Sculpture Canada checks all those boxes, while also have a fantastic range of colours. With a variety of shiny, glossy, matte, and even textured products, you can express yourself without compromising your values. We wore the 212 Jewelled Opulence kaleidoscope gel from the Gemini box set on New Year’s Eve and the evening was so much more magical! Weeks later, the polish just as fresh as the night it went on with no chips.
Gemini Collection Glitters
Bio Sculpture Early Years
Bio Sculpture was founded in 1988 by Elmien Scholtz. After opening her first salon, following her studies at CIDESCO Beauty Academy in Stellenbosch, South Africa, she realized that there were no products on the market which wouldn’t damage the natural nail. To the drawing board she went: her first product was the Bio Sculpture Clear Gel. This product was the first soak-off gel, which hardened under a UV light without yellowing. Until this product came to be, a product that could be applied to the nail without doing damage to the natural nail was unheard of. This was then followed up by the creation of a coloured gel in 1990, shade Pillar Box Red, which promised chip-proof colour for up to three weeks. Scholtz would go on to create many more first for the nail industry.
Bio Sculpture Takes Canada
They launched in Canada in 1997 by Peter and Nolene Nieuwenhuis, encompassing a vast range of products. These include Bio Sculpture Gel, Evo by Bio Sculpture, Nail Varnish, Natural Nail Treatments, accessories and more, all in salons across the country. Currently, there are over 230 shades from which to choose.
They never stopped innovating either. In 2016 Bio Sculpture Canada introduced the Evo Oxygenating Base. This vitamin A and E infused formula is a medical grade with oxygenating technology, while of course, being vegan.
Paint with Good Conscious
You can rest assured you will have the healthiest mani-pedi your nails have ever experienced. Not only to their lines include products that are good for your nails, like the Oxygenating Base, but all of their products have also left out the ingredients that are bad for them. Each product is formulated without DBP (dibutyl phthalate), toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin and camphor. None of the ingredients used in their formulas appear in the Health Canada List of Prohibited and Restricted Cosmetic Ingredients. Across the world, their products meet or exceed the safety standards set out by government bodies. Not only are their products non-toxic, but they are also both vegan and cruelty-free, so you can feel good about getting your nails done.
Go Get Your Nails Done!
Bio Sculpture has been and continues to be a leader in the nail industry. With a wide range of polished, treatments, and more they promise only the best for your fingertips. Make your next manicure a healthy one, find their products in Vancouver at Posy Nail Spa on Homer Street, The Salon Beauty Bar on Thurlow Street, Varnish on Pacific Boulevard, or White Lotus Nails in Surrey.
- Mona Butler is a writer for EcoLuxLuv Communications. Mona has a passion for cruelty-free beauty and is constantly on the lookout for new product recommendations. When not working, she spends her free time in the gym or with her nose in a book.
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