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KESTER BLACK | SOOT NAIL POLISH
KESTER BLACK | SOOT NAIL POLISH
KESTER BLACK | SOOT NAIL POLISH
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KESTER BLACK | SOOT NAIL POLISH

Colour: Grey 

For when you can't decide between the drama of a deep black and the simplicity of a neutral shade, their Charcoal grey polish is perfect and will cure any of those indecisions. 

15Ml/.5 Fl Oz

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Brand bio

Established in 2012 by Anna Ross, Kester Black designs and produces ethical, sustainable cosmetics and skincare.

Their products are the first in the world to obtain a vast suite of accreditations such as Choose Cruelty Free, international Cruelty Free, Vegan Society, Australian Made and B Corporation.

Brand purpose

Kester Black aim to redefine the industry standard for ethical cosmetics by making beautiful, quality products that have a positive social and environmental footprint.

Kester Black are committed to donating 2% of revenue including in-kind donations to registered charities every year.

Why we love them

What’s not to love? Australian made, professional quality, environmentally produced and cruelty free products that are inspired by beautiful design.

Kester Black is the result of Anna’s innovative and tireless approach to business, her love for beautiful design and her social and environmental values.

Ingredients

All of Kester Black nail polishes are 10-Free™. Why 10-Free™ I hear you ask? The answer is simple. They strip out a lot of bad stuff. While no nail polish can ever be fully free of chemicals, our 10-Free™ brand does not contain formaldehyde, toluene, DBP, camphor, formaldehyde resin, xylene, parabens, fragrances, phthalates and animal derived or tested ingredients.

Kester Black has also never used ingredients ethyl tosylamide, triphenyl phosphate or xylene.

Accreditations

Kester Black believe in ethical manufacturing and to ensure transparency and accountability they have strived to obtain these relevant accreditations.

B Corp
They’re B Corp certified! B Corporations represent an emerging group of companies that are using the power of business to create a positive impact on the world and generate a shared and durable prosperity for all. Certification is a rigorous assessment that explores a company’s governance, transparency, environmental and social impact. B Corps voluntarily hold themselves to a higher level of accountability in these areas. Together, B Corps redefine success in business by competing not to be the best in the world, but to be the best for the world.

Choose Cruelty Free
Kester Black is accredited by Choose Cruelty Free Australia. This accreditation means that our products have not been tested on animals, do not include any ingredients that have been tested on animals and do not include any ingredients derived from animals.

Vegan Society
Vegan products are products which have not been tested on animals which also do not contain ingredients derived from or that have been tested on animals. To gain vegan accreditation all of our products must have no animal testing of ingredients or finished product by the supplier, producer, manufacturer or independent party. Supplier verification must be provided that animal products were not used in the manufacturing of ingredients. They cannot contain known animal-derived GMOs or genes used to manufacture ingredients or finished products.

International Cruelty Free
All of their products are approved under the Cruelty Free International Humane Cosmetics Standard, symbolised by the Leaping Bunny logo. They monitor our suppliers and undergo independent audits to ensure that our products continue to adhere to the Leaping Bunny criteria.

Australian Made
The Australian Made logo verifies that our products have been manufactured within Australia (not just packaged or assembled) and 50% or more of the cost of making it can be attributed to Australian materials and/or production processes.