SNAILS – Safe Nails Children’s Non-Toxic Polish Review

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SNAILS (Safe Nails) contacted me a few months ago about reviewing their wonderful non-toxic, French made, chemical free, children’s nail polish. My almost 5 year old loves having her nails painted, and I really hate using all of those grown up, chemical filled, smelly polishes on her. SNAILS was a product I was looking forward to reviewing!

I received 6 different colors from Snails (these bottles with the little bows are so adorable)
snailscolorsTooth Fairy, Twinkle Dust, Purple Comet, Disco Girl, Lollipop, and Frog Prince are the colors I received from left to right.

I really love that this product doesn’t have an awful chemical smell to it, it’s a nice gentle fragrance. The polish is washable too, no polish remover is needed. My daughter loves all of the colors we received and she picked out “Lollipop” to get her nails painted with first.
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I like that the color is really rich and vibrant with just one base coat (as pictured above on my model). I love that you don’t have to use nail polish remover to remove the polish. The steps you follow for Snails is *wash your hands with soap and water *apply 1 thin coat and allow to air dry, about 3-5 min *apply a second coat and allow to dry
This polish lasted my daughter throughout the day and came off at bathtime which I think is great. SNAILS does offer a SNAILS Top Coat that you can purchase to seal the polish for up to 2 days. To remove the polish just wash hands with water, or use a cotton ball with water to remove.

Here’s some great information about their product directly from SNAILS:

Revolutionary three-ingredient formula — containing just water, acrylic polymer and non-toxic colorants, SNAILS is safe in its simplicity.

Totally water soluble — SNAILS washes off easily with simple soap and water, making harsh solvent-based remover a thing of the past.

Environmentally friendly — from biodegradable packaging and lead-free bottles, to a strict no animal testing policy.

Hypoallergenic — SNAILS is purely chemical, paraben and toxin free, so little nails are kept safe, sound, and splendidly coloured.

Vivacious colour choices — every SNAILS polish delivers glorious high-quality gloss and deliciously gentle fragrance.

I highly recommend checking SNAILS out if you have a child (or even yourself) that you want to paint their nails without using all those toxic nail polishes that are out there. I had no complaints about SNAILS and would recommend it to any of my mommy friends for their daughters!

Disclosure: I received the above mentioned product in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated for this post, all opinions are 100% my own and may differ from those of your own.

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