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What's In Ojima Nails' Products?

It is crucial to know what is in the products we use. I agree and want to always remain transparent concerning Ojima Nails gel polish, builder gel, and other nail care products' ingredients.

Ojima Nails products do not contain HEMA, diHEMA, or any other HEMA compounds. We are an Acetate based product. What does all of this mean? HEMA and Acetate help adhere enhancements and polish to the nail. Both can become highly allergic components of nail products. What happens is bad nail practices continued over time can create contact dermatitis on the skin or allergic reactions.


Bad nail practices? When products like acetone (also found in polish removers) get on the skin, they take off the moisture barrier, and molecules like HEMA can penetrate the skin and wind up in the bloodstream. Over time this can cause allergic reactions. HEMA is great for adhesion and used in several products on the market today; this is most likely why we see such a surge in HEMA allergies.

Overall making sure that we use acceptable nail practices like not getting products on our skin can prevent allergies from presenting. Once you have the allergy, you have to do what your physician prescribes. You still want to use acceptable nail practices; however, they will not reverse the allergy.

I do not believe in animal testing. Ojima Nails is certified through Leaping Bunny because the ethical treatment of animals is essential. We are also a 10FREE product. Our products do not contain:

  1. Toluene

  2. Formaldehyde

  3. Dibutyl Phthalate

  4. Xylene

  5. Parabens

  6. Campher

  7. Triphenyl Phosphate (TPHP)

  8. Ethyl Tosylamide

  9. Formaldehyde Resin

  10. Tert-Butyl Hydroperoxide

Ojima Nails aims to bring our consumers a product that they can wear safely and with pride. The ingredients of each product are listed on our site. The most important thing is our customer satisfaction.

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