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Nail Polish Bargain from Zoya!

I have loved Zoya’s polishes for years now. they are 5Free, meaning they contain no:

  • formaldehyde
  • formaldehyde resin
  • dibutyl phthalate
  • toluene
  • camphor

They also don’t contain ethyl tosylamide, xylene, or parabens, and are vegan-friendly. Not that I know what half those things are, but I’m always hearing companies tout that they don’t use them.

So… for the deal! It runs through September 12, 2015, and this is what they say on the website:

How The Exchange Works

1. Add a minimum of 6 bottles of polish (no more than 24 bottles) to your cart. Please Note: Naked Manicure & Zoya Treatments are excluded.
2. Apply Code: HAPPY and a 50% credit will be deducted from your exchange order – free shipping included!
3. Complete checkout and you’re all set! If you need further instructions on sending back your unwanted polish click HERE.
The exchange runs on the honor system, which means you are not obligated to send in your unwanted polish – we assume you’re going to do the right thing! If you choose to send back your polishes, please check with your carrier of choice for shipping guidelines and restrictions for nail polish. For full promotion terms & conditions and instructions on how to send in your polish, click HERE.

The best way I think to send in your unwanted polishes is to find a FedEx/Kinko’s store and ship it from there. (At least that’s how I ship things like this!)

I’ve already got my six choices in my basket. It’s a great deal, you’re doing something healthy for yourself (and the others who breathe in the fumes), and this is a wonderful way to try out some of their polishes if you’ve never done so! And nope, I’m not writing this at the company’s behest – I just wanted to share this deal with my readers! Have fun!

Harlow, from the Zoya site
Harlow, from the Zoya site


Syd is a Midwestern girl who doesn’t think the term “girl” is sexist in the least – especially after she left her 20s. She holds a huge love for history (from WWI through the end of WWII, Victorian, Regency, and Elizabethan eras), some science fiction, and likes to pass the time reading, working with photography and needlework, and writing things. Lots of things. Syd likes to dance, too, but she looks like an utter goob doing so!

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