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Brentwood's Eco-Friendly Nail Salon Côte Launches Rad Recycling Program

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Although Earth Day is officially over, eco-conscious Angelenos are keeping the awareness alive. A great example is côte, a charming Brentwood nail salon that opened last year. Offering a vibe that's "California beach lifestyle with a hint of Southern France," founders Mary Lennon and Leah Yari are all about being kind to our planet, which is why they only allow their five-free polishes to be used in the shop. If you're at all feeling limited by this rule, here's an incentive: clients can now return used côte bottles—and ALL used bottles from any brand, for that matter!—to receive 10% off a new côte bottle.

More fun facts about their polishes: In addition to being cruelty-free, vegan, FDA-approved, and free of the five major toxins associated with nail polishes (formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate, toluene, camphor and formaldehyde resin), they're also all made in the USA.

Côte

11714 San Vicente Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90049, USA