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What do nail polish fumes do to you?

What do nail polish fumes do to you?

Potentially danger!: Have you been sniffing the fumes? Unlike clorox fumes, nail polish is made from petroleum distillates which can be extremely toxic to your brain among other things. Always use in a well ventilated area and keep your nose out of the bottle! ...Read more

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Would white nail polish turn teeth white as well?

Would white nail polish turn teeth white as well?

No: White nail polish is not formulated for oral use. It will not adhere in a moist environment, it is toxic, and it can damage your oral soft tissue . Do not use in oral environment. Your local dentist will know best what is clinically right for your teeth. Many dentists have a 'no charge' consult. Take care... ...Read more

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Is it safe to use nail polish on your hands?

Is it safe to use nail polish on your hands?

YES, but...: why would you? It is designed for use on nails and doesn't feel so good on the hands. Sort of like superglue, only not so nasty that it sticks you to yourself. ...Read more

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I got some nail polish on my tongue. Is it nontoxic to swallow?

I got some nail polish on my tongue. Is it nontoxic to swallow?

Yes: A small bit of nail polish is not going to cause any toxicity. I wouldn't advise drinking a bottle of it, however. ...Read more

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Could non acetone nail polish remover kill me, if i drank some of it?

Could non acetone nail polish remover kill me, if i drank some of it?

Poison Control: This is a question for poison control. If you call 1-800-222-1222 they will connect you with your local poison control and help you. ...Read more

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Is nail polish safe to use? Any danger of lead poisoning or toxic substance?

Is nail polish safe to use? Any danger of lead poisoning or toxic substance?

Nail polish: I don't believe there is any problem with led. However, some nail polishes may contain formaldehyde, toluene and dibutyl phthalate which are highly toxic. ...Read more