Most little girls love to paint their nails and Halloween presents another fun excuse to get creative with creepy colors fit for witches, pumpkins and skeletons, oh my! But as a green mama, how can you rationalize stuff like formaldehyde, nitrocellulose, butyl and ethyl acetates, toluene, dibutyl phthalate, acetone, FD&C, coal tar and fake toxic colors, just for getting-pretty fun? You can’t. Conventional nail polish is highly toxic. You don’t want your kids painting this stuff on their nails (and inevitably going outside the lines onto their skin). Luckily, Hopscotch Kids offers a premier line of non-toxic, kid-friendly WaterColors for nails that are the perfect alternative to solvent-based nail polish. Hopscotch Kids’ water-based formula is free of all the normal harsh, smelly chemicals that most nail polishes contain and offers easy use and long-lasting, salon quality vibrant color, so you might even want to share.
Hopscotch Kids backs up their safety claims, too. This product scores an excellent 1 point at Skin Deep (that’s really good) and Hopscotch Kids are fully in compliance with the Compact for Safe Cosmetics and offer 11 vibrant colors to choose from. Plus, just in time for Halloween, Hopscotch Kids has a brand new color – Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater, which is perfectly orange for your little pumpkin. Or you could go with a spooky Miss Mary Mack or maybe your Halloween kid would prefer the alien-inspired greenish glow of Heads Up, Seven Up. After Halloween your child can easily clean up with Hopscotch Kids’ safe WaterColor Polish Remover.
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