Sustainable, Non-Toxic Nail Salons In London

Discover sustainable, eco-friendly, non-toxic nail salons in London that offer a luxury service. Pampering with no nasties and consideration for the planet.

I was prompted to write a blog about this after my partner really struggled to an eco-friendly nail salon for my 40th birthday. I personally hate having to give up on life’s luxuries in order to have a more eco-friendly experience, but I accept it’s part of my lifestyle choice. However, London is finally starting to cater to luxury and sustainability-conscious folks.

I have created a Sustainable Shopping Map to showcase the hot spots in London where sustainable shopping & services are possible, you can see the locations of the Sustainable Nail Salons featured below on my map.

AMA, ORGANIC NAIL BAR

Ama Nail Bar, London (image source: Ama Google Business Page)

Looking for organic? Ama offers premium traditional manicures and pedicure treatments including a ‘free from’ menu featuring polish & gel brands that are up to 90% natural, 10-free, vegan, and cruelty-free. Putting nail care first, their range of organic and bespoke treatments will complement your immaculate nails. Based in Brixton, you can now enjoy getting your nails done in a salon created by one of the most influential manicurists in the fashion & entertainment industry, Ama Quashie is known for her love of natural nails.

Visit their website here: https://amathesalon.com/

Tried & Tested: No

Reviewed & Recommended: Not Reviewed

London Grace, NO-NASTIES NAIL TREATMENTS

London Grace Nail Bar, London – (image source: londongrace.co.uk)

Another beautiful location is London Grace which offers a unique social beauty destination that combines a nail bar, cocktail bar, and coffee shop. They take it one step further and offer no-nasties London Grace nail products and environmentally-friendly treatments, such as a waterless pedicure, which they are proud of because claim to be “saving thousands of litres of water per week. Helping to save the planet one pedi at a time”. From the reusable cotton masks their technicians wear to the biodegradable straws they use in their cocktails, London Grace is showing that it’s easy to take small steps to be more ‘green.

Visit their website here: https://www.londongrace.co.uk/

Tried & Tested: No

Reviewed & Recommended: Not Reviewed

Linnaean, NON-TOXIC NAILS

The Linnaean Nail Bar, London (image source:linnaean.co.uk)

Linnaean is a luxury hair, beauty, and lifestyle destination, designed to help you relax, unwind and look and feel your best. They offer the highest quality food, drink, hair, beauty, and well-being services, which include a conscious nail bar.Linnaean is set in a beautiful location, in the heart of London’s Embassy Gardens, and boasts a team highly experienced team of specialists. They offer traditional manicure and pedicure treatments that use ‘non-toxic’ gels and polishes that are up to 90% natural, vegan, and cruelty-free.

Visit their website here: https://linnaean.co.uk/

Tried & Tested: No

Reviewed & Recommended: Not Reviewed

Manucurist – Paris


Manucurist is a nail polish brand dedicated to offering clean, green and innovative products that support healthy hands and a happy planet. You can order online!

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The Aveda SUSTAINABLE Lifestyle Salon & Spa

Aveda Nail Bar, London (Image source: aveda.co.uk)

The Aveda Lifestyle Salon & Spa is designed for those wanting exceptional hair and beauty treatments. Aveda is a known brand that takes the environmental impact of what they do into consideration.
You can book the nail bar in Covent Garden and enjoy its idyllic setting. The website offers extensive information about many services but it is not clear what products are used for nail polishes.

They do mention ‘shellac’ treatments but don’t refer to any plant-based, non-toxic nail polishes. For now, until I hear back from them, I cannot confirm. It would be unusual for this pioneering brand to offer a nail salon and services that aren’t non-toxic. Their whole approach is about using naturally derived ingredients whenever possible. I hope it’s just an oversight on their website.

Visit their website here: https://www.aveda.co.uk/

Tried & Tested: No

Reviewed & Recommended: Not Reviewed

Note: Since COVID-19 many of these salons will have changed their opening hours and services – so please do check with them first.

Have I missed any or have you found any new ones? Let me know in the comments.

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