Posts Tagged ‘piggy paint’

Beach Necessities

Jul
18th
2011
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Swimsuits, towels, and sunglasses are just the beginning when it comes to being prepared for the beach. Below is my list of beach necessities. Feel free to share yours; I'd love to hear them!

 

  1. Beach Bag- Kirby bought me this fun bag when we were at the beach with my family recently, and I knew it would perfect to use as a beach bag for the approaching vacation with his family. There's plenty of room for towels, books, sunglasses, and an assortment of other treats. 2. Tervis Tumbler- This insulated...

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Aubrey Organics - 100% Natural Hair, Skin and Body Care

(Closed) Check out these giveaways!

Jul
11th
2011
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I'd love nothing more than to win each and every one of the following giveaways. Statistically, I realize that's pretty unlikely, so I thought sharing them with you guys might be the next best thing!   Piggy Paint Gift Certificate Giveaway- Twelve possible entries make winning this giveaway seem like a piece of cake! And with a $15 dollar Piggy Paint gift certificate, you could easily buy a Polish and Accessory Box for yourself or a loved one. This giveaway closes at 11:59 PM today, so head on over to My Four Monkeys and enter...

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Piggy Paint Nail Polish Remover Review

Jun
30th
2011

T&J

Rating:

10
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Ingredients (provided at piggypaint.com)-"Corn alcohol, Aloe Vera, Vitamin E, embittering agent." None of Piggy Paint's products are in the Cosmetics Database, so I've linked to each ingredient above. Every ingredient has a hazard score of 2 or lower. Some great things about this product: 1.  It's free of formaldehyde, toluene, phthalates, Bisphenol A, ethyl acetate and acetone. 2.  It’s cruelty-free. Product Description(also provided at piggypaint.com)- "Low odor, hypoallergenic, no acetone nail polish remover. Put harmful, smelly polish removers behind you with Piggy Paint Nail...

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Piggy Paint Nail Polish in Sea-quin Review

Jun
28th
2011

T&J

Rating:

7
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    Ingredients (provided at piggypaint.com)-"Water, acrylates copolymers, butoxy diglycol, Neolone 950. May contain mica, red 34 lake, ultramarines, titanium dioxide, iron oxide pigments." None of Piggy Paint's products are in the Cosmetics Database, so I've linked to each ingredient above. I couldn't locate Neolone 950 in the database, but that ingredient isn't actually listed with the others on my bottle. In its place is Methylisothiazolinone, which has a hazard score...

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This little piggy went to market.

Jun
2nd
2011
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  Have you ever read the ingredients on a bottle of cheap nail polish? If you're lucky enough to have them listed (and are capable of reading the tiniest words you'll probably ever encounter), then you might be shocked by what you see. It wasn't until just before throwing out my old polishes and remover that I forced myself to look at the ingredients. One of the few recognizable ingredients on each bottle was formaldehyde resin. The remover was no better. Think acetone, parabens, and artificial colors that hardly seem necessary in...

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