From our super smoothies to our skincare, it seems everything around us is "going green."

By Chelsea Burns
Updated May 21, 2015
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From our super smoothies to our skincare, it seems everything around us is "going green." We're talking products featuring minimal processing, straight-from-nature ingredients like honey and coconut oil, and zero weird-sounding chemicals. So it only makes sense for our nail polish to do the same. Several brands have come out with "five-free" polishes that eliminate three known toxins—formaldehyde, dibuyl pthalate (DBP), and toluene—as well as two potential allergens, camphor and formaldehyde resin.

Nail this trend yourself with our favorite five-free polishes.

Jin Soon in Farouche ($18, jinsoon.com)

Julep in Suse Bombshell ($14, julep.com)

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Londontown Lakur in London Calling ($16, londontownusa.com)

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NCLA in AM: Beauty Sleep, PM: Shopping Spree ($16, beauty.com)

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Tenoverten in Prince ($18, sephora.com)

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Deborah Lippmann in Whip It ($18, nordstrom.com)

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Zoya in Lillian ($9, zoya.com)

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RGB in Peacock ($18, rgbcosmetics.com)

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Priti NYC in Super Trooper Rose ($15, pritinyc.com)

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SpaRitual in Blue Lagoon ($8, sparitual.com)

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