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Piggy Paint- Natural as Mud- Nail Polish Review and Giveaway

Praises of a Wife and Mommy's #1 Stocking Stuffer Idea!!!

The creator of Piggy Paint is similar to me, first she is a mom,  second she has 2 kids, and thirdly she wants to keep her kids safe.  She created piggy paint after she watch the nail polish she was previously using eat through a foam plate. It was her mission to find a safe alternative using natural ingredients that are safe for our children.  

The thought of painting her daughters nails with solvent based kid polishes was frightening to say the least.  As a mom we paint our little girls nails but then a few minutes later their fingers are in their mouths.  :(  How scary to think about the chemicals being digested in our little girls bodies.  

Melanie Hurley, created Piggy Paint for us mom's so we can relax and have no fear about the chemicals.  Piggy Paint is a water based formula and is free from formaldehyde, toluene, biphenyl A, ethyl acetate and acetone... and it is made in the USA. 

Thank- you Piggy Paint for sending me the Holiday Set.  All opinions are 100% mine and I was not paid for this review.  

The holiday set included red, white, and green and were in an adorable carrying case.  We applied 2 coats and then used a hair dryer to dry our nails.  My daughter picked a red/green pattern for her nails and I did red nails with a green stripe.  We had a great time getting prepared for Christmas pictures using this fun Holiday Set.  :) Each of the colors had a very neat glitter shimmer.  My daughter really loved the vibrant green color.  We went on the website to look at all the colors and my daughter is really hoping to have a couple in her stocking for Christmas.  She kept saying she "needs" pink and purple.  :)  I do think we will have to buy the base and top coats just to help reduce the chipping.  They do recommend the base and top coats to help with chipping.  

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Unknown said…
I love that it's non-toxic.
debijackson said…
that it is not toxic if they chew their nails debbie jackson
djackson1958 at hotmail dot com
Miranda K said…
I like that it's non-toxic and made in the USA.
Miranda Johnson said…
I like that it's odorless and non-toxic.


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Diane said…
Love that its non toxic!
Dana said…
Love the natural ingredients and non-toxic!
Rachel said…
I also entered your patty shukla giveaway.
Rachel said…
I love that it uses natural ingredients.
Unknown said…
non toxic with natural ingredients = amazing
Theres said…
Free of all those bad things. Yikes! I had no idea what was in nail polish!
Brie S. said…
I like that it's water based!
I learned so much about nail polish in this review!

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