Crackle finish nail polish is one thing but, what do you do with a gooey creme that dries looking decrepit? Or a pretty pearl finish that’s lost its luster? Polish up your nail lacquer collection and feel better about looking good with a donation to Zoya‘s 2013 Nail Polish Exchange.
In the spirit of Earth Day, the company is running a glamorous green promotion. For a limited time, Zoya‘s brilliant array of colors can be purchased for 50% off, around four bucks a pop for the luxury brand, and non-Zoya formulas that you’d like to recycle can be shipped to the company for disposal. Their award winning long-wearing nail polishes are Big Five Free: manufactured without toxic ingredients such as toluene, camphor, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, and DBP (dibutyl phthalate). (Other brand’s variations include three, four, or five-free.)
You must select at least six bottles to redeem the discount offer and may not order more than twenty-four bottles of polish. Zoya‘s popular new PixieDust Collection shades are unfortunately excluded. However, if you’re considering splurging on a full price bottle, the durable and elegant PixieDust polishes are worth it. Apply the code ZOYAEARTH2013 to receive fifty-percent off, which is valid only until Friday, April 26.
If your collection is pretty current but you’d like to shed some polishes past their prime, or get the toxic stuff disposed of properly, Zoya is also accepting donations of old (non-Zoya) polishes without purchase. Just ship to the address below and they’ll do the rest!
While the four dollar polishes will no longer be on sale after Friday, Zoya will continue to accept bottles for recycling. Ship purchase exchanges or donations to:
Art of Beauty, Inc.
c/o Polish Exchange
5060 Taylor Rd, Unit D
Cleveland, Ohio, 44128, USA
Honor our environment this week by shopping smart with a generous discount code and pass on the good karma by kicking those toxic polishes. But freshening your collection anytime with five-free polishes from responsible companies like Zoya, Julep, and more, is a great way to make Earth Day every day. — Casandra Armour