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At last an awesome range of eco-friendly nail polish for kids!
Hopscotch Kids WaterColors is the premier non-toxic, eco-friendly alternative to solvent-based nail polish. In a range of vibrant colours for rock chicks of all ages!
Hopscotch Kids nail polish is the premier non-toxic, eco-friendly alternative to solvent-based nail polish. The water-based formula is free of the harsh, smelly chemicals that most nail polishes contain, helping condition your little one’s nails with long-lasting, vibrant colour. Hopscotch Kids is free of toluene, dibutyl phthalate, formaldehyde, acetone, FD&C, coal tar and lake colours – so it’s good for kids, and good for the Earth.
Hopscotch Kids nail polish comes in 11 vibrant colours that have been playfully named after nursery rhymes and schoolyard games. Choose from the following colours:
Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear
Ice Cream Soda Pop
Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum
Red Rover Red Rover
Say, say oh playmate
Head up, seven up
Eenie meenie minie moe
Three sailors went to sea, sea, sea
Ink a bink a bottle of ink
Miss mary mack
Peter, peter pumpkin eater
The bottles are specially designed, lead-free Italian glass bottles with kid sized applicators, every detail has been thought out to make dress up and play time as enjoyable for parents as it is for kids.
Hopscotch Kids nail polishes only contains three ingredients, water, acrylic polymer and non-toxic colourants. They are eco-friendly, hypoallergenic, fragrance free and biodegradable touch dry in three minutes.
All girls love to dress up and express their personalities and at $17.95 these nail polishes are the perfect accessory for girls of all ages.
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A Little Bit of Cheek is an online store for kids that ROCK! With an awesome range of clothing, unique gifts & accessories for babies through to teens as well as alternative nursery bedding and baby bags for style conscious parents. Worldwide delivery!
Page Updated Last on: Apr 14, 2011