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What’s Your Mini Stylista’s Favorite Accessory?

August 31, 2010

 Safe Nail Polish for Your Mini Me

Jada's cute finger nails showing her personality!

As mommies, one thing we have in common (if you have a little girl) is that she loves to get her nails and feet done. My daughter Jada is 3 years old and loves to get her nails and toes done just like her mommy.  She likes bright colored nail polish…especially blue since that is her favorite color. Some people tell me she is too young to get her feet polished, but I feel that when she is wearing sandals, she should be able to express her style through colors on her toes and fingers just like me. 

My only issue with nail polish was finding a safe kid-friendly polish. I did some research and found some non-toxic nail polish especially made just for kids called Hopscotch Kids.

Most nail polishes contain harmful ingredients that are no good for our little ones. Ingredients such as: formaldehyde, toluene, phthalates, biphenyl A, ethyl acetate and acetone. I wanted to find a safer option for my daughter that still allowed her to wear nail polish. Hopscotch Kids is a water-based nail polish. There are no toxic chemicals, which makes me comfortable.

Hopscotch Kids WaterColors has great color choices and are available in a wide array of fun, vibrant colors. The colors have fun names like “Bubble Gum Bubble Gum in a Dish,” “Ice Cream Soda Pop,” and “Heads Up Seven Up” –  just to name a few. The nail polish will cost you $12.99 each, but it is worth it for your daughter’s safety!

They also have cute gift sets that include safe polish remover.  There is no need for a base or top coat with Hopscotch Kids because it’s salon quality (meaning it won’t chip easily and it shines) making it an even better value.  In addition, (to top it off) if you are concerned about the earth, the product is 100 percent biodegradable.  Hopscotch Kids WaterColors is a great safe nail polish that still allows your daughter to express herself while staying safe, and as a parent, safety is #1!

 Talk again soon : )


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