Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Wrapped Up Review Wednesday

Have you ever used one of those products that you instantly fell in love with?!!!? It works wonderfully, its good for you/your child, its eco friendly. All those things are very important to me. Its also very important that my princess gets to act like the princess she is. One of her favorites is getting her nails painted (it might be because I started painting her toe nails at 6 weeks of age!) I've never had a problem with doing her toe nails since she wasn't ever one of those kiddos who stuck her foot anywhere near her mouth. Unfortunately painted toe nails only wasn't enough to satisfy the Princess. This is where my dilemma came in. How could I paint her nails knowing that she would have her fingers near her mouth? I shouldn't have her brush her teeth or have any finger food? Not going to happen. That said I just couldn't get over putting all of those chemicals on her fingers and be ok it with. Drum roll please! Enter Piggy Paint!!! This stuff is amazing! Before I tell you about our trial run with Piggy Paint here is some information about it.

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

Water-based formula
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, toluene, phthalates, biphenyl A, ethyl acetate and acetone. Click here to see how our polish compares!

How is Piggy Paint™ as “Natural as Mud”?
Piggy Paint is as “Natural as Mud” in the sense that every ingredient in the polish is biodegradable with no traces or residues left behind, thus it would make an excellent addition to your mulch pile or as a feed for farm animals.

Our water-based nail polish is non-toxic, environmentally safe, hypoallergenic, with an odor that is extremely low, nearly nonexistent. It has the same look and durability performance as traditional kid polishes, but without the drawbacks of foul odors, toxicity, and damage to our environment and to your little ones’ nails.

Honestly, does it get any better than that?!!!? Add to it that this nail polish is a pure delight to use and its truly amazing! My daughter has very ridged nails for some unknown reason and nail polish has never adhered well to her nails. The night we test ran Piggy Paint we sat down and put a coat on her fingers and toes. This stuff dries so quickly I was completely amazed! A few minutes later I put on a second coat and again it was super fast to dry. My daughter was thrilled with her matching fingers and toes and I had no guilt over it being on her precious little body! The polish stayed pretty for almost a week! This was the start of our love affair with Piggy Paint.

The great folks over at Piggy Paint have given me a 3 pack of Piggy Paint Polishes to share with one incredibly lucky Savvy SAHM Review reader!

First entry (must have this completed for any other entries to be valid)
-Go to Piggy Paint and take a look around. After that send an email to telling me what prompted Melanie to create Piggy Paints

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-what is your favorite color Piggy Paint? Leave a comment. One entry
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Giveaway runs through midnight CST next Wed. Feb 11. Winner will be announced on Feb 12. Winner will have 72 hours to get in touch with me or a new winner is chosen. Please make sure you leave an email on your entries or it is accessible on your blog.



Christine said...

She was worried about the fingerpaint being smelly and flammable.

Christine said...

My favorite color is angel kisses.

Christine said...

This would be for my 4 year old who LOVES to do her nails.