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Piggy Paint Non-Toxic Eco Friendly Nail Polish In Stock

Piggy Paint Non-Toxic Eco Friendly Nail Polish In Stock

We are delighted to now have Piggy Paint Nail Polish Sets in stock. Piggy Paint is a unique, non toxic, biodegradable, odorless, waterbased nail polish that you can let your little one use without fear of nasty and dangerous chemicals. They are safe for use on babies, children and even for use during pregnancy.

Brielle and Bianca love the stuff and could not wait to get their hands on a few bottles. In her enthusiasm to try all the colors, she left an open bottle on the couch and I knocked it all over the rug. This would be catastrophic with common nail polish but in this case I used Piggy Paint’s equally non-toxic nail polish remover directly on my carpet with no ill effects.

Piggy Paint is available in array of gift sets that come with 3 Nail Polishes or 2 Nail Polishes/1 Remover, in a cute organza bag. The colors range from frosty blue to bright orange and the sets are diverse enough to suit all tastes from adults through toddlers.

Sets start at $24.99 and are available now at A Much Better Store. Check them out here and use code BLOG for 10% off your order.

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Sheryl is the CEO/President of A Much Better Way LLC and the natural family living superstore, Betterra.com. Sheryl blogs for fun about ecommerce, eco and kid friendly travel, attachment parenting and anything else that she finds fascinating.

16 Comments

  1. Anja Rieger Design · September 5, 2010 Reply

    I like the blue one best ! So cute colors! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Sonja@local locksmiths · September 6, 2010 Reply

    Bought my first bottle of Piggy Paint today. Hoping it will be an incentive for my young daughter to quit biting her nails. And no, I do not plan to paint my toddlers nails regularly. Once a month is fine. And for fun holidays like Halloween! But at least the option is out there. A heck of a lot better than the alternative “adult” polishes that are TOXIC. I don’t paint my own nails but I will use Piggy Paint for me now!

  3. kim@us immigration services · September 6, 2010 Reply

    Thank you for creating this site and for sharing useful information that are beneficial to women and the environment. I personally am finding ways to improve my personal wellness and the world we live in each day.

    This information is great for women who are pregnant or about to become pregnant. It is also great for women who has an autoimmune health issues. I was informed that the chemicals in nail products contributes to the destruction of persons immune system. This site is very useful Thanks again.

  4. Robinson Brim@Carpet store Richmond hill · September 8, 2010 Reply

    I loved it! It’s true that this color is not really my favourite, but the formula is more than amazing! It is very dense but still thick enough so I could get really close to my cuticles (I couldn’t go so close with any other polish). The brush is on the softer and longer side, but it works great.
    I don’t know how else to describe it: it’s something you should try to believe it. You get an even application with just one super thin coat! And two coats are opaque and just perfect. There is not any toxic smell (you know that one, that makes you go dizzy) and to be completely honest, when I opened it, it smelled like chocolate to me (no kidding!). I had to smell it a couple of times to realize I was wrong (too bad, but we don’t want the kids to eat their nail polish, right?).

  5. Allen Cooper@Locksmith in silver spring · September 9, 2010 Reply

    Hey I have already given it a try. Loved it! Even though I got some chips in the first day, it’s so easy to apply and it doesn’t take too long to dry (on the average side) so that’s not a big problem (and with that blow drier technique or a top coat the problem should be solved).

  6. mike@logitech usb headset · September 28, 2010 Reply

    I painted my 6 year old daughters little piggy’s first, then my 3 year old’s.The nailpolish was super mild smelling, almost odorless and it dried SO quickly! One hand/foot was dry and not at all tacky by the time I started on the next. I totally love that because when painting a little ones nails, keeping them still and not touching things is easier said than done. So fast drying polish is a super plus!

  7. Boca Raton Hair Extensions · November 3, 2010 Reply

    This type of nailpaint are very nice for us bcoz in that no harm ful chemical and the looks are nice’

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  9. Sam@4.1 unlock · November 18, 2010 Reply

    I was impressed with several attributes with the polish. It was indeed very low odor… I had to put my nose to the polish to smell anything. It went on fairly dark… we ended up only doing one coat and she was satisfied. When applying the nail polish I noticed it went on smoothly and evenly. No clumps, not watery and fairly dark.

  10. Jane@stupid quotes · November 20, 2010 Reply

    I also got to try the nail polish remover the same day as the nail polish. Why, you may ask? Well… my adorable 2 year old son insisted that his nails (and toes) be adorned with polish as well. What’s a mom to do, right? So I painted them! (*giggling*) Yes, I have blackmail pictures for later.

  11. Jake@kill some time · November 24, 2010 Reply

    There are new cosmetics being developed every day, so this should by no means be considered a complete list but a starting place.

    It is especially important that pregnant women, and those nursing children be aware that the various toxins in normal polishes can have an effect on the normal growth of both the fetus and the nursling, as well as upon their future health.

  12. Teletubbies DVDs · January 8, 2011 Reply

    I just love this non toxic, low odor, water-based, hypoallergenic, and eco friendly nail polish. As it is eco friendly it is very safe even to use at the time of pregnancy. It also gives a durable finish too. it is available in different colors and when When applying the nail polish it went on swimmingly and evenly without any balls. Ty.

  13. Rick@webbhotell · January 23, 2011 Reply

    I think it’s wonderful of you to donate money to people in need via KIVA. I really do.

    Keep up the good work.

    /Rick.

  14. Claire@Anti Aging · January 30, 2011 Reply

    It is good concept. I have tried it. Quality is much better then regular once. I like pink color becz it is my favorite color.

  15. Seattle Architect · March 2, 2011 Reply

    Love the festive colors that these are available in!

  16. Area Rugs Canada · April 4, 2011 Reply

    people were arguing this over at the loots web site. it was starting to grow to be a heated discussion.

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