Ice Cream Dream by Piggy Paint for Kids

Ice Cream Dream by Piggy Paint for Kids

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Polish Name: Ice Cream Dream by Piggy Paint for Kids

Size: 15 mL

Brand: Piggy Paint for Kids


This product contains no toxic chemicals; it’s free of formaldehyde, toluene, phthalates, Bisphenol A, ethyl acetate and acetone. It is safe for children and during pregnancy.

About Piggy Paint: Melanie Hurley sought to create a fun yet non-toxic nail polish. This became Piggy Paint a water-based kid friendly polish. Piggy Paint is being talked about worldwide and has been featured in People, Parent's Canada, and on ABC.

Application Instructions:

  1. Wash hands with soap and water
  2. Apply 2-3 coats of polish
  3. Air dry for 60 seconds
  4. Optional (For best results): On a warm/mediuim setting blow dry nails for 1 minute

Tip: Add a base coat and top coat for long lasting results.

4 Reviews

  • 5
    Love, love, love!

    Posted by Unknown on 9th Jul 2019

    Piggy Paint in general chips fast, but is the cleanest nail polish available to me. Most importantly it doesn't smell, so I'm fine with the sacrifice. This is by far my favorite color of all the piggy paints! The color is like a metallic jade green, closer to the blue hue than yellow hue. Love this color!

  • 5
    Best kids polish!

    Posted by Unknown on 19th Mar 2015

    Although it chips a bit fast, it smells like virtually nothing and looks great! Perfect for those who are sensitive to smells and chemicals, and excellent for small children because it has no risk of harmful ingredients!

  • 4

    Posted by Unknown on 11th Dec 2014

    This is a beautiful rich colour. Just beware that it's a bright kelly green, not the turquoise it looks to be in the picture.

  • 4
    Great product!

    Posted by Fife on 15th Sep 2013

    This is a beautiful colour and I never expected that from a waterbased childrens polish! I use it on my 9 month old daughters toes and it looks absolutely adorable on her! I let it air dry instead of the hair dryer method on account of I paint her toes while she sleeps. (Nearly impossible to paint a squirmy very active baby!)