June 15, 2015

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Piggy Paint and SOPHi by Piggy Paint are great form Mommy/Daughter time #sponsored

Our favorite brand of all natural, non-toxic nail polish for kids, Piggy Paint, is introducing their brand new line of nail polish for adults. SOPHi by Piggy Paint is non-toxic, odorless, hypoallergenic, vegan and cruelty-free, and it is proudly made in the USA. It is just like the Piggy Paint used by kids, but it comes in rich, SOPHisticated colors for women. Now we can have a mommy and daughter time with similar colors!  Just use Piggy Paint and SOPHi together for some fun quality time!

After countless requests, Piggy Paint, the non-toxic nail polish company for kids, is proud to launch SOPHi by Piggy Paint. This line for adults allows health-conscious women to have a worry-free manicure with no smelly chemicals. Better than 3 Free, better than 5 Free, SOPHi is a natural nail polish that is non-toxic, odorless, and hypoallergenic. This advanced water-based formula provides a safer alternative to chemical-laden solvent-based polish.

For maximum durability, SOPHi is also launching their PRIME + SHINE + SEAL System. This revolutionary Primer + Sealer in one is a must-have for chip resistance, and the Shine Topcoat offers additional scratch resistance. When applied with SOPHi's 4 step system (Prime + Color + Shine + Seal), this water-based formula easily competes with standard nail polish durability. Though this polish can be removed with any standard remover, SOPHi offers an acetone-free, low odor Remover Gel that stays in place on the nail for easy removal.

I have honestly gotten nothing but compliments since I started using SOPHi polish along side the  PRIME + SHINE + SEAL System.  My nails do not chip, the color is long lasting and the shine is amazing!  The SOPHI remover gel is just as amazing.  Just dab a little on each nail.  Wait a minute and let it do its work.  Once your minute or so has passed, just wipe away the nail polish!  So easy and once again no harsh odors!

Benefits from using SOPHi nail polish extend further than just avoiding harsh chemicals. This advanced formula does not cause nails to yellow or become brittle. Being that it is virtually odorless, busy jet-setters can enjoy painting their nails on the run.
 *Stats from NAILS Magazine      
  • Proudly made in the U.S.A., vegan and cruelty-free, SOPHi nail polish is non-flammable, and contains no formaldehyde, toluene, phthalates, bisphenol A (BPA), or ethyl acetate.
  • Safe for use during pregnancy.
  • SOPHi products will be available for purchase April 2015. Bottles will retail for $7.99 each.

Learn more about the new SOPHi line, locate a retailer near you, or purchase here: www.piggypaint.com/SOPHi

For the little ones, the original Piggy Paint line is designed to be safe to use on all piggies and is Natural as Mud®! Use Piggy Paint and SOPHi together for mommy/daughter time. Children love the fun, vibrant colors of the Piggy Paint line and moms will be just as impressed with the stylish, SOPHisticated colors.
My daughter is in love with Piggy Paint.  Not only does it go on smooth, dry fast, but comes in fun colors for kids.   I love that it does not have any odor.  Normally I would have to do our nails outside to keep the polish scent out of the house.  But since both Piggy Paint and SOPHi are non-toxic, odorless & hypoallergenic, there is no need to worry about smells or reactions!  These eco-friendly nail polishes are even great for her to try painting her nails herself!

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