Friday, May 27, 2011
Review: Essie Good To Go
However, I did some research online and since Veche Vite is made in California, and the state has very strict guidelines for manufacturers, they had to put this warning on. Apparently in California, there are signs to pregnant women at gas stations, because if the fetus is exposed to gasoline it could harm it. However, no one is swimming or ingesting gasoline. And there have been no studies to show that birth defects are linked to nail polish. I believe it's Toluene that is the chemical in question here. However, as long as you aren't ingesting the topcoat and use it in a well ventilated room, you should be fine. When I purchased this product, I did notice the label and kept using it since I was not pregnant or planning on it (and still am not). Anyway, that did not really effect for reasoning for giving up Seche Vite, but I thought I would put it out there.
Would I recommend this product? Essie Good To Go is a good replacement for Seche Vite Top Coat in my opinion. I have used the China Glaze Top Coat too and it's good, I don't think it dries as fast though and the Essie has a prettier bottle! I had OPI What's With The Catitude on for a week and there were no chips (only top wear) after using this topcoat over top and there was no shrinkage either.