Another new color from our friends at Claws Out - this beautiful shade of magenta pink with purple-ish notes. As always with Claws Out our favorite thing is that a portion of proceeds from each sale is donated to a specific cause - proceeds from the Fuck Cancer color go to the Cancer for Breakfast podcast to support operation fees.
- 10 Free, Cruelty Free, No Animal Testing, Vegan
- 15 mL glass bottle, with metallic gold cap
- Made in the USA
- Donation: 20% of of profits from the Fuck Cancer nail polish go to the Cancer for Breakfast podcast. This year there will be an estimated 1.8 million new cases of cancer diagnosed in the United States meaning we all know, love, or are someone who’s dealt with it. Yet somehow, it’s one of those subjects people still don’t know how to talk about - so that's what the Cancer for Breakfast podcast does, and Claws Out donates 20% of the profits from this Fuck Cancer nail polish to support their operation fees.Hosts and Cancer People Amy and Stef talk about living life with, and after, cancer while they share listener letters, highlight promising Recent Advances in Treatments and Science (R.A.T.S.!) and discuss their own darkest fears and relatable realizations.
- Made in United States of America
Claws Out is a family owned nail polish company that likes to have flawless nails while they do good, and support groups trying to make the world a better place! It’s pretty simple. They're not claiming their polish automatically empowers you or the patriarchy will end if you wear it (but also let's dismantle the patriarchy obvi) - BUT if you like to wear nail polish and would rather buy it from a company that shares your ideals and supports fantastic non-profits, they're here for you!!
Each polish is named after topics Claws Out genuinely cares about because they want you to know what their values are upfront. The polish itself is made without the fish scales or animal testing often used because they're obsessed animal lovers. It's also made in the USA without gross chemicals like Formaldehyde or Camphor because they care about factory workers, nail techs, and nail polish wearers. The premium labels are printed by a woman-owned business local to the company because indie is the way to go. And they give money to people they believe are trying to make the world a better place with each polish supporting a cause related to the name of the color. In their own time the team behind Claws Out uses the flexibility of their business to donate volunteer time to groups who need it because community support comes in many forms.