Honey Nail Glam, Inc. is an emerging Non-Toxic beauty brand luxury nail polish company. Safe for Mothers, kids and teens. We love all things Eco-conscious with no harsh chemicals that are cruelty free.  We offer color therapy nail lacquers that are 9-FREE Formula: Formulated without Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Dibutyl Phthalate, Toulene, Camphor, TPHP, XYLENE, ETHYL TOSYLAMIDE and Lead. Our Color Therapy nail lacquers are glossy, fast drying, last for weeks with out chipping and provide a sweet, sensational smooth finish to each nail. The best news, we created a clear excellent basecoat (Honey Gel Top Coat) and our signature sweet cuticle oil created with vitamin E, almond, safflower and essential aromatherapy oils that heal the cuticle of all who use our product. Our unique cuticle oil formula adds moisture to the skin and aids in the healing of your cuticles, shrinking and tightening the skin, which helps prevent hangnails. THE HNG brand is “Vegan Friendly and Cruelty Free”.  You want to offer our product at your store – Email our team at Nails@HoneyNailGlam.com

Honey Nail Glam Good Facts

Honey Nail Glam Lacquers use the latest color and cosmetic technologies to enhance and beautify nails. Our Lacquers provide a rich and extensive palette of the widest range of colors and effects without the use of Toluene, Formaldehyde or DBP.  We are offer a solution for all consumers to have the GLAM of a quality luxury nail lacquer at a great price that offers an amazing HONEY aromatherapy signature Sweet Cuticle Oil that has Vitamin E, Safflower Seed Oil and is an excellent nourisher for your cuticles on your hands and feet.

  • Formulated without formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, dibutyl phthalate, camphor, THTP, parabens, xylene, ethyl tosylamide and lead.
  • Glossy
  • Fast drying
  • Long Wear
  • Smooth application
  • Excellent inter-coat adhesion to base-coat and Topcoat
  • Experience nail color in a spectrum of vivid hues, special effects and dazzling finishes
  • Reinforces and protects nails

What does “9-FREE” mean?

“Nine-free” is a term that the healthy beauty community has coined to mean that a nail polish formulation doesn’t contain nine of the more toxic ingredients that some traditional colors use. Until more recently, concerns about the chemicals leaking into our bodies through our nails was minimal—after all, it was said, our nails aren’t living tissue, so we were protected. The truth is that our nails are incredibly porous, especially when they’re wet, which can lead to polish ingredients sinking into our bodies via our finger and toenails. The skin and cuticles around our nails (you know, the parts that accidentally get swiped when you’re painting your dominant hand with your shakier, non-dominant hand) is also really sensitive and absorbent, and can let those toxins in.


  • The average US woman puts 168 chemicals on her body every day in her personal care.
  • 89% of personal care/beauty ingredients have not been evaluated by the FDA.
  • 60% what goes on your skin is absorbed into your bloodstream
  • Over 100 million animals are burned, crippled, poisoned, and abused in US labs every year, for animal testing (source)

So what toxins are we talking about and why are they so bad? Let’s break it down:


In rare cases, camphor can cause liver damage when applied to skin. And nail biters be warned— it’s been linked to seizures when ingested.


An endocrine disruptor, dibutyl phthalate is toxic to the reproductive system, and can effect a baby boy’s genitalia development. Plus, it’s been linked to obesity.


A known carcinogen that can also cause organ and immune system toxicity, formaldehyde is an ingredient to avoid at all costs.


This formaldehyde derivative may not be as toxic, but it’s a known allergen, and can cause skin irritations, as well as eye and lung irritation (and we know we all inhale some nail-polish fumes when we’re swiping on color).


Toluene not only impairs breathing and can cause nausea, but it’s also toxic to the nervous system, can cause developmental damage to a fetus and is linked to malignant lymphoma.