Monday, August 17, 2009

>Piggy Paint Review

What is Piggy Paint?

Piggy paint is a nailpolish developed by a mom for little girls who want to be fancy. My little girl Samantha is one of them. She loves all things pretty and fancy. One time she was fingerpainting and she decided she wanted to paint her toes. That was when she was 18 months and now she is 21 months. What is a mom to do? She loves lipstick (i give her chapstick), lotions and nailpolish. She is just 21 months but loves it all.

I have polished her toe nails before with regular nailpolish. I would never paint her fingernails thugh. I have always been afraid of her putting her hands in her mouth or the polish chipping. Even when I paint her toe nails I do it very quickly so the smells not too strong.

One day I came across Piggy Paint online. It seemed to be the solution for my Samantha's desire to be fancy. Piggy Paint is safe for children.It is a non-toxic, odorless, non-toxic formula and hypoallergenic. There are no toxic chemicals. Their slogan is "'s as natural as mud." Why would I not want to try this nailpolish on Samantha. Even the Piggy Paint nailpolish remover is completely safe. It helps to protect their nails and cuticles.

So I painted Samantha's nails and I was very surprised that this non-toxic nailpolish stayed on her nails so well. I thought it would be more watery and harder to stick onto the nails but it actually worked really well. The nailpolish lasted a day until it started coming off but I can definitely say the same about regular nailpolish. My daughter plays hard, so for it to last that long I was surprised. I was very satisfied with the product. I plan in the near future to let her try polishing her own nails and letting her try to polish mine with it too.

Check out little Samantha's nails!

So, if you have not tried it yet - i think you should definitely try it now!
Piggy Paint was generous to offer my readers a 15% off coupon code. All you have to do is enter the code PAINS15L at checkout, it expires 9/30/09.


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