Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Snails Review! #Baby and #Toddler Gift Guide

Natural, non-toxic, washable nail polish for kids. Safe-nails.com

I have been looking for a safe polish for my niece Josie to enjoy nail polish without the toxic ingredients. Snail polish is all natural, non toxic, and washes away with soap! I loved the packaging the bows really give Snails a girly look! This is a Baby and Toddler Gift Guide must have it is perfect for any little girl who likes mommies nail polish!

I was impressed at how easy the bottles were for Josie to handle. They are just right for little fingers. I also loved how easily the polish washes away. No ruined stained clothes or carpet nail polish mishaps. Water washes away Snails Polish! It is perfect for little divas and safe!

Snails wants you to know:
“Since 2011 we have been helping children enjoy imaginative play minus harmful chemicals. With uniquely safe nail polishes that are:
• 100% European-made: our kids nail polish satisfies the strictest cosmetics laws in the world
• Non-toxic: no chemical substances in our natural children’s nail polish
• Completely water based: simply wash off with soap and water — no harsh nail polish remover required
• Packaged lead-free: only pure Italian glass bottles — custom designed for kids — bear our nail polish
• Stain free: forget colorful blemishes on clothes, carpet or floors. SNAILS Kids nail polish is entirely soluble”

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To purchase Snails go to http://www.safe-nails.com/. Make sure you follow Snails on Facebook and Twitter! Stay up to date on all of their newest products like Nail Pens and find out about special promotions!

Free For All was sent a sample to facilitate this review all opinions are 100 percent my own!


  1. I love these kind of polishes for my little one. She just loves using getting her nails done and I would prefer her to use these than the ones the adults do. Great review!

  2. love it! i need some for my 8 yr old lol she makes a huge mess!

  3. I need to get these for my toddler.
    I only do her toes, but I use my polish, and usually she is not patient enough for it to dry and it makes a mess.
    That's why I do it outside, lol!


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