Sumac Nail Polish
People of Color Beauty

Sumac Nail Polish

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Sumac is native to parts of the Mediterranean such as southern Italy, and to the Middle East, and to North America.

Native American tribes have historically used parts of smooth sumac as an antiemetic, antidiarrheal, antihemorrhagic, blister treatment, cold remedy, asthma treatment, sore throat remedy, ulcer treatment, and more.

Smooth sumac, Rhus glabra, is the only shrub or tree that is native to all of the 48 contiguous states. Learn more about sumac here.

Dress your nails in this beautiful berry shade that we hope entices you to learn more about how the indigenous people of North America use this plant for wellness and healing.

*NOTE: We are not recommending the use of this plant and the information provided is strictly for educational purposes. Speak with a medical professional regarding the actual use of this plant.*

Details:
  • Size: 15mL / 0.5 fl. oz.
  • 10-Free
  • Vegan
  • Cruelty-Free (Leaping Bunny Certified)
  • Colors are made in batches, may slightly vary

Meet the Maker

People of Color Beauty was founded by Jacqueline Carrington, who growing up never saw images of nail polish reflected on her skin tone or the skin tones of other girls and women she knew, which made her skip nail polish all together. When her 3-year old daughter Monroe started coming home with painted nails after visits with her GiGi, Jacqueline was inspired to make sure that her daughter had an experience very different from her own.

When she started People of Color she knew that the most important commitment she wanted to make was to showcase the many skin tones within brown communities all over the world in both color selection and product marketing.  She wanted to make a nail polish brand that was made to complement the various shades of brown skin and for those skin tones to be represented in all advertising for the products. People of Color® is nail polish for "People of Color and those who live in color."