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Kids Nail Polish That’s So Healthy, They Can Eat It

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The parents behind new company Kid Licks know that nail polish on little fingers regularly ends up in little mouths.  They weren’t able to find a food based nail polish anywhere on the market, with a full list of ingredients and nothing in it that doesn’t belong in our kids’ bellies, so they decided to create one.

All Kid Licks nail polishes are made from just fruits, vegetables and other plants.  They are completely organic and edible so and can be removed just using water and some elbow grease, or even licked right off of nails. All the polishes are vegan, non-GMO and cruelty free. They are also biodegradable and non-toxic, so they are better for kids and the environment. Made by a small business, in small batches, what a perfect accoutrement to a birthday painting party!

Kid Licks Kids Edible Nail Polish, $13.99 each @kidlicks.com

Kid Licks Kids Edible Nail Polish, $13.99 each @kidlicks.com

Beet Red Ingredients: water, organic beets, organic acacia, organic corn starch, citric acid.
Sour Carrot Orange Ingredients: water, organic acacia, organic carrots, organic corn starch, citric acid.
Barley Grass Green Ingredients: water, organic acacia, organic barley grass, organic corn starch, citric acid.

We know when our kids want nail polish on, they generally request it be taken off pretty soon after it goes on. What a revelation to just be able to scrub it off in the tub!

Kid Licks

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