I`m not huge on painting my nails. It`s cute and can look great, but sometimes the odors is just too much or of course I`m just busy as well. I was recently introduced to a product called Piggy Paint
! Plus, One of you will have a chance to receive some of your own!
I was sent some Piggy Paint
from their "Project Earth" line of nail polishes! The Project Earth line won`t be released until April 1st so here`s your first sneak peak at it!Â These work just as great as any other nail polish but it`s eco-friendly, odorless and non-toxic! As a parent of a young child, this features are really important.
First of all, anything eco-friendly is worth taking a look at in my opinion. Being that it`s odorless is just excellent! It really is odorless too (unless you shove the bottle up your nose then of course you`ll smell a hint of something). Other nail polishes you have to smell that strong stinky smell. I hate it! Not an issue anymore with these piggy paints! Of course my biggest plus is that this nail polish is non-toxic.
Being my daughter is a little over 2 now, I have to keep a watch of what she gets into. If she happens to get into the nail polish, I can rest easy knowing that she won`t be poisoned from it. Of course, I keep things put away as best I can, but every parent knows how fast and sneaky those little ones can be, especially if they`re climbers!
About Piggy Paint:
My name is Melanie Hurley, founder of Piggy Paintâ„¢. I am a stay-at-home mom with two very fancy little girls, ages 2 and 4, who love to have their fingernails painted. Iâ€™ve always hated the thought of my kiddos putting their hands in their mouths after I painted their nails with traditional kid polishes. Not only did the ingestion of the chemicals worry me, but the smell nearly left me light-headed after painting two sets of fingernails and toenails.
One day while we were painting nails over a foam plate, my daughter dropped a glob of her solvent-based polish onto the plate. Shortly after, the paint began to bubble and â€œateâ€ through the plate. I looked in dismay at the hole in the plate and decided to test all of her other â€œkidâ€ polishes on the foam. Within minutes, ALL of the solvent-based polishes began to bubble and eventually left big holes in the plate. From that day on, I decided that any flammable substance that could eat through foam was unacceptable for my childrenâ€™s fingernails, which would inevitably end up in their mouths.
My quest was on, and Piggy Paintâ„¢ was born. As you may have guessed, our polish is NOT flammable and sits beautifully on the unaffected foam. We hope you enjoy this water-based polish that is specially formulated of natural ingredients. Finally, a kid-friendly polish without the accompanying drawbacks of traditional polishes. It is free of formaldehyde, toluene, phthalates, biphenyl A, ethyl acetate and acetone... and made in the USA!
From my heart to yours, I hope Piggy Paintâ„¢ takes the worry out of painting your little oneâ€™s nails and puts the fun back into this enjoyable activity you can share with your daughter and other precious girls in your life.
Don`t want to wait for this giveaway to end? Go HERE
and purchase some of your now! Use the coupon code CLOSET10L to Save 10% off your purchase (include sale items!) This code is exclusive just to my readers!! Spend over $35Â and domestic shipping is FREE!Â Â
$15 Gift Certificate to Piggy Paint
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Ends April 8, 2010