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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for Children Piggy Paint!!

I have a couple of girly girls. They love makeup, nail polish, getting their hair done, shoes and clothes it’s fun, but at times, like when I’m trying to do my own makeup and my own nails, it can become annoying because well, they want to join in too.

With things like my nail polish, I really hate to give it to them to try to do themselves, some of it takes a while to dry, and especially with my youngest, I really don’t like the fact that her fingers go in her mouth so much with nail polish on. I’ve now found a little solution to my problems for the girls, now they can have their own nail polish instead of trying to get into mine all the time.

Piggy Paint is a non-toxic fingernail polish made just for little girls (or boys too I guess). The inventor of piggy paint is a mom who a 2 year old and a 4 year old who, just like mine, love to get their fingernails painted, but she like myself was a bit worried about the toxins and the girls putting their freshly painted nails in their mouths, so she decided to come up with a polish that is not flammable and one that is water based with natural ingredients and made in the USA!

Piggy Paint is non-toxic, odorless, water based, hypoallergic and also comes in vibrant fun colors and dries as a hard finish. It also dries pretty quickly as well; we found that in about 60 seconds or less the paint was dry on the girl’s nails.

The girls loved their piggy paint and the fun colors it came in, if you check out the website they give some great tips and suggestions for putting Piggy Paint on your child’s nails as well as great ways to use Piggy Paint as a learning tool for children.

Piggy Paint also has their own nail polish remover as well that is also non-toxic, odorless, hypoallergenic, biodegradable, made from natural ingredients, and doesn’t contain any acetone. I was pretty impressed with the remover, and likely will use it for my own purposes as well because I can’t stand the smell of normal nail polish remover. Another plus is they’ve added Aloe Very and Vitamin E to the remover as well to supplement the natural oils that product nails and cuticles.

I think Piggy Paint would be a great stocking stuffer this year for Christmas. To check out all of their products and colors visit Piggy Paint via their website

Product was provided for my review from Piggy Paint. Opinions are strictly those of the author of A Wrestling Addicted Mommy; please see my disclosure policy for more information.

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