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Amber Ink

CA $8.00

Embody 90s icon Carolyn Bessette Kennedy by bringing this classic pattern to your nails. Developed for over a year by the Gelcare Artists, this trio harmoniously recreates the texture and depth of a tortoise shell. Check out our YouTube tutorial with step-by-step instructions on how to achieve this look.

Ingredients

Ethanol, PM Glycol Ether, Isopropyl Alcohol, EP Glycol Ether, N-Propanol, Modified Rosin

Best used with

This ink can be worn alone or used for a nail art design. This colour is also a part of our Tortoise Nail Art Kit.

[puddle]Tortoise Kit
CA $55.00

Embody 90s icon, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, by bringing this classic pattern to your nails. Developed for over a year by the Gelcare Artists, this trio harmoniously recreates the texture and depth of tortoise shell. Check out our YouTube tutorial with step-by-step instructions on how to achieve this look. This kit includes Jelly Brown, Argan Oil ...

[puddle]Jelly Brown
CA $24.00

Crack a can and refresh yourself with this glassy, cola brown. This translucent colour reminds us of everyone's favourite soft drink.

About Gelcare

We're the brand that allows you to become your own nail artist. Redefining the industry with at-home use, we put education first and provide innovative colours comprised of best-in-class formulas.

Our mission is to elevate the at-home experiences, focusing on providing beauty lovers with a refined approach to nail care. Through Gelcare, our goal is to pass along our nail expertise to you.

Tortoise Tutorial

Unlock Your Creativity. Learn How to Tortoise

Whether you're a beginner looking to master the basics or an experienced artist seeking new inspirations, our Nail Art tutorials are designed to elevate your nail game.

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10-Free

By eliminating the 10 most concerning chemical ingredients traditionally found in gel, we offer you a cleaner nail care experience. Here's what our formula promises to leave out.

Hema

A common trigger for reactions in beauty products, emphasizing the need for safer contact with skin.

Toluene

Often inhaled or absorbed through the skin, toluene can cause skin irritation, light-headedness, and nausea due to its impact on the nervous system.

Parabens

Their estrogen-mimicking capabilities have sparked a significant discussion on their impact beyond simple preservation.

Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP)

A plasticizer with connections to serious concerns, pushing us to find safer alternatives.

Formaldehyde

Known for its use in preservation, this chemical can provoke irritation and has been linked to severe concerns due to its carcinogenic properties.

Formaldehyde Resin

Less toxic than its predecessor but not without its own risks, including potential allergenic effects.

Camphor

Acts as a barrier on nails, blocking essential nutrients and leading to discoloration.

Xylene

A known irritant to skin, eyes, and lungs, with potential for systemic toxicity.

Triphenyl Phosphate (TPHP)

Used to enhance flexibility in plastics, its potential as an endocrine disruptor has raised flags about its broader implications.

Ethyl Tosylamide

A fast-drying plasticizer, restricted in Europe due to concerns over antibiotic resistance.