Concord - Klee Kids Water-Based Nail Polish

* Fast-drying *Odor-Free * Peelable *

Meet your nails' new best friend!

Most nail polish smells toxic because of the fumes released by alcohol, solvents and other scary chemicals. Klee Kids Water-Based Nail Polish contains none of those scary chemcials. Best of all, the polish can be peeled off without nail polish remover after use.

So long, stinky pinkies!

Made in USA.

Ingredients: Aqua (Water), Polyurethane, Stearalkonium Bentonite, Hyaluronic Acid. May contain: Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxides, Micas and Red 28.

Directions: Apply two to three thin coats to clean nails. To remove, soak nails in warm water then peel off from one corner.

Product may thicken when exposed to cold temperatures or if the cap is not closed properly. Add a few drops of water and shake vigorously.

Use water or rubbing alcohol to remove nail polish from furniture or floors.

Product Dimensions: 1.5 inch x 0.5 inch x 2.25 inch.

Net Content: 10 ml

Product Weight: 1.2 oz

Not for children under 3.

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4.8 Based on 5 Reviews
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myriah r.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Great makeup

I love how it looks and how it’s natural for my daughter sensitive skin

Erika M.
United States United States

Perfect purple

My daughter loved this color! She loves that it's quick drying, does not smell and easily comes off when she's ready to change colors.

Erika M.
United States United States

Perfect kid polish

I like this polish because it has no odor, quick drying, cute color, and easy peel off for my littles.

Judith B.
United States United States

Great Nailpolish

My daughter loves this nail polish. I feel comfortable with her using a product without harmful checmicals.

United States United States

Sort of great

This nail polish is exactly as pictured, but it isn't so much "peel off" as scrape off. I tried it on myself and ended up using nail polish remover! That's actually not a bad thing, just unexpected.