Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Snails (Safe Nails)

I am all about natural, "green" solutions, especially when it comes to my kids.

One of the most unique, creative and amazing innovative inventions for little girls these days is natural make-up.

Especially, Princess' favorite, nail polish!



We have found a new product to love! Snails (Safe Nails). Snails is a 100 % natural, water soluble nail polish for kids.

Some really cool points I want to mention:

100% European made: Evidently, they have some of the strictest laws pertaining to ingredients in the world.
Lead Free Italian Glass Bottles: designed with kiddos smaller hands in mind!

Non-Toxic: Safe, natural ingredients. In fact, there are only three ingredients. Water, Acrylic Polymer and Non Toxic Colorants.

Not only are the colors bright, the bottles easy for little hands to manipulate, when the play date is over, they can simply remove the polish by washing their hands. No need to use harsh nail polish remover!


She loves the little pouch that she can keep her nail polish in as well as the fact that it's hers! No more using Mommy's stinky polish!



It's so easy to remove this nail polish when you want to, just wash your hands! It comes right off of nails, skin, carpet, clothes and towels. Even the floor!



And, just when you get the idea that there's a safe, natural and fun alternative to regular nail polish.....There's this!

Snails Markers! Same awesome, water soluble, natural nail product...In a marker. Even at six, my daughter doodles on her nails. It's one of the widest spread trends among kids and teens alike. (When I was younger, we used permanent marker or White-Out on our nails!) They also sell a top coat, that is breathable, and will definitely appeal to all of us who would like the nail polish to last longer than a day. However, they have an ingenious wipe that also safely and naturally removes the topcoat and nail polish with amazing ease!



I can't wait to see what they come up with next! Don't forget to enter the Giveaway!!

Modern Mommy 

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