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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Piggy Paint Review Plus Promo Code

I don't know any little girls who doesn't like putting make up or painting their nails. Olivia is only 2 and already loves to have her nails painted. Sometimes I wonder where she learned it from. I usually do not paint my nails. I know one day (I hope not any time soon) she will ask for nail polish and make-ups on her birthday or Christmas. It worries me because I know they are not good for her. I cannot imagine what kind of chemicals exist in them.

After reading other blogs and entering giveaways, I came across Piggy Paint. They make nail polish that are safe and natural as mud! They are non toxic, odorless, and kid friendly. I can finally paint her nails without worrying what kind of chemicals she's exposed to. Not only safe for her, but safe for the environment.

About the company

Piggy Paint was founded by a stay at home mom with two little girls who loves to paint their nails. One day while they were painting nails over a foam plate, they dropped a glob of solvent-based polish onto the plate. Shortly after, the paint began to bubble and “ate” through the plate. She decided that any flammable substance that could eat through foam was unacceptable for her children’s fingernails, which would end up in their mouths. Piggy Paint was then born.

Piggy Paint Nail Polish are
  • Non-toxic
  • Low Odor
  • Water-based formula
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Fun, vibrant colors
  • Dries to a hard, durable finish

I was sent a bottle of Girls Rule nail polish and a bottle of nail polish remover to review. I opened it immediately to smell it. Both nail polish and nail polish remover has a very mild odor compare to other nail polish I've used. The smell did not bother me at all unlike others I've used. Olivia was so happy that I painted her finger nails since I usually only let her toe nails painted. I even painted my own nails. I like that the brush is small, perfect for painting tiny fingers.

Although Piggy Paint nail polish are a little expensive compare to other nail polish ($8.99 each), it is certainly worth buying for you child's safety. If those cheap nail polish can eat through a foam plate, imagine what it can do when your child digest it?!? Being a frugal mom, I don't buy every thing organic, non toxic or BPA free products but there are certain things that I would buy that are and Piggy Paint is now on that list. If you are not willing to spend that much for a nail polish, I highly recommend not letting your kids paint there nails specially their finger nails!

If you would like to get one for your daughter, Piggy Paint is generously giving my readers 10% discount by using LUV10L. It expires April 30, 2010. Domestic shipping is FREE when you spend over $25. But hurry because on March 1 it will change to minimum $35 purchase. They also ship worldwide!

Want to learn more about Piggy Paint? You can follow Piggy Paint on twitter or fan them on facebook!

Disclaimer: I received product sample mentioned above. NO other payment was given.
This is my honest opinion, yours may be different.


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