Kids Nail Polish Flamingo - Pearly neon coral
Made in France, Vegan, Cruelty-Free
Flamingo rules! This neon pearly coral turns your kids' manicure parties into wow moments! Washable with lukewarm soapy water.
Nail polish for children : 54% Water, 100% Fun
Flamingo is a neon pearly coral nail polish formulated with water.
Awesome: easy to apply, it disappears with warm soapy water (or directly during the bath).
This nail polish contains benzoate sodium, a preservative commonly used in organic products (as in COSMOS certified). A friendly yet efficient ingredient that occurs naturally in prunes, apples and plums.
FIY: it is mandatory to use a preservative in any water-based formula.
aqua (water), sodium acrylate/methylstyrene/styrene copolymer, polystyrene, isophorone diamine/isophthalic acid/tromethamine copolymer, ppg-3 methyl ether, propanediol, pentylene glycol, calcium sodium borosilicate, hectorite, silica, ppg-30 butyl ether, propylene glycol, peg-150/decyl alcohol/smdi copolymer, peg-40 castor oil, phenethyl alcohol, sodium benzoate, silica dimethyl silylate, bentonite, 1,2-hexanediol, aminomethyl propanol, tin oxide, ci 45350 (yellow 8), ci 45380 (red 22), ci 45410 (red 28), ci 77891 (titanium dioxide).
- Water represents more than half of the formulation
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How long do your kids nail polishes last?
For kids, it’s more about hours than days. They’re not into makeup like adults, but rather into imitative play. Anyway, longwear is not an issue for a nail polish that goes off with soapy water. Good news is: they can change colours at will!
Does your kids nail polish leave stains on clothes or fabric?
If the kids nail polish spills on clothes, a carpet or a sofa, clean it up right away with lukewarm soapy water and… tha stains are gone!
Are children allowed to put their fingers in their mouth with kids nail polish on?
Even if it’s an imitative play, if you kids still sucks his thumb, do not apply nail polish on it. Give him.her some time to give up this habit. It’s indeed an opportunity to help kids stop: no thumb in the mouth = nail polish!