Spotlight on “Piggy Paints” (Review)

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A LITTLE ABOUT PIGGY PAINTS:

My name is Melanie Hurley, founder of Piggy Paint.One day while we were picbottlespainting 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 ate through the plate. I looked in dismay at the hole in the plate and decided to test all of her other kid 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 children’s fingernails, which would inevitably end up in their mouths.

My quest was on, and Piggy Paint 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 US

Why is Piggy Paint Nail Polish the safe nail polish choice for children?

  • Non-toxic
  • Odorless
  • Water-based formula
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Fun, vibrant colors
  • Dries to a hard, durable finish

Piggy Paint is specially formulated from God’s natural ingredients and dries to a hard, durable finish. There are no toxic chemicals; it’s free of formaldehyde, remover_three_spptoluene, phthalates, biphenyl A, ethyl acetate and acetone. Say good-bye to harsh, smelly chemicals and hello to Piggy Paint it is as Natural as Mud!

Why is Piggy Paint Nail Polish Remover the best choice for your little girl?

  • Non-toxic
  • Odorless
  • Made from natural ingredients
  • No Acetone
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Biodegradable

Put harmful, smelly polish removers behind you with Piggy Paint Nail Polish Remover, a remover that works quickly on all polishes, especially Piggy Paint Nail Polish. Our remover is non-toxic, safe to use, and contains none of the solvents that could offend your nose or harm our atmosphere. Aloe Vera and Vitamin E are added to supplement the natural oils that protect little ones nails and cuticles.***


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IE MOMMY SAYS:

shop_girlsruletagI have always loved painting my daughters’ finger and toe nails. I have to admit I love little feet…especially when their little “piggies” are painted. When they were babies I painted their toe nails so that others could tell them apart. As they have grown it has just been a fun thing to do for “girl” time.They love it! Whether I am the one painting their toes or we go to a salon it is a little treat that we all have a wonderful time doing together.  But I do worry about the chemicals in “grow up” nail polishes and the little kid nail polish tends to wear off or peel off rather quickly. Nothing looks worse then half peeled nail polished fingers or toes.

Piggy Paints is a wonderful, safe. long wearing alternative. We received a sample of the Piggy Paint polish remover and the Piggy Paint in Girls Rule.  Piggy Paints helps moms to have a peace about the product their children are using. Piggy Paints comes in a wide selection of colors and kits with affordable prices and cool names like Dragon Tears, Mac-n-Cheese please and Glass Slippers. Little ones will be excited to try Piggy Paints and moms will be assured they are safe.

Thanks to Piggy Paints …IE Mommy readers will have a chance to try their very own Piggy Paint with a 20% OFF Discount! Enter FAITH20L at checkout. This offer is good on everything…even SALE ITEMS! But hurry and get your Piggy Paint because the code expires: 07/01/09

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**Information obtained from the Piggy Paints Press Kit & Website.

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~ by iemommy on May 28, 2009.

 
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