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Kid Licks Organic Edible Nail Polish - Beet Red

Kid Licks polishes are made entirely out of food and are certified organic, vegan, non-GMO and cruelty free. Derived from fruit, vegetables and other plants so they are safe for little fingers. Kid Licks are a new kind of polish, organic and edible so you never have to worry about them getting into little bellies. Beet Red colour. 13.3ml.

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you are making a difference:

  • Free from the 'Toxic Trio': Toulene, Formaldehyde and DBP, plus all the other nasties found in conventional nail polish. 
  • First and only true edible nail polish on the market. 
  • Supporting a family owned business.

features:

  • Beet Red colour, dries with a slight matte finish.
  • Non-toxic.
  • Biodegradable.
  • Recyclable packaging.
  • Made in small batches.
  • USDA certified organic. 
  • Water soluble and easily removed with soap, water and a little elbow grease.
  • Dry in about five minutes but can also be dried faster by using a hair dryer and left to set overnight for longer wear. 

dimensions / ingredients:

13.3ml (0.45fl oz). Aqua (water), acacia arabica (acacia fiber) powder*, beta vulgaris (beetroot) powder*, corn starch*, erythritol*, sucrose cocoate (cocos nucifera (coconut) oil*, sucrose, aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, potassium hydroxide**), gluconolactone, citric acid, xanthan gum. *organic **none remains after conversion of cocnut oil and sucrose to sucrose cocoate.

Made in the United States

Certified organic by Oregon Tilth.

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