It’s Earth Day! Exchange your old nail polish for new Zoya

22 Apr 2015

Today is Earth Day and that means Zoya is having their yearly Earth Day Nail Polish Exchange! From now until Tuesday April 28, you can get 50% off your Zoya purchase by exchanging your old (non-BIG5FREE) polishes for Zoya’s earth friendly formulations. 50% off means that you will pay around $4/$5, which is drugstore prices! I myself haven’t bought any new nail polish in a while, so I might take a looky. 🙂

With over 300 shades rooted in a healthy philosophy, it’s no surprise that we’re committed to helping you green your beauty routine! That’s why each year we give you the opportunity to exchange any old nail polish bottles that you may have laying around your house collecting dust, or that are not BIG5FREE formulas, for brand new toxin-free* Zoya Nail Polish shades. You can rest assured that your unwanted polishes will be disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner.

toxin-free Zoya Nail Polish Exchange Earth Day Polishes 50%

How The Exchange Works:

1. Visit Zoya’s website and add a minimum of 6 bottles of polish (no more than 24 bottles) to your cart (minimum 12, maximum 48 for professional accounts).

2. Apply Code: “EARTHLUV” and a 50% credit will be added to 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.

By the way, you are not obligated to send in your unwanted polish, but why not…right? The Exchange runs from today until Tuesday April 28 (11:59pm EST). What are the Zoya must-haves right now? Tell me!


Kizzy

Kizzy, blogger behind Kizzy Online, originally created this blog to use as her personal life journal. When she moved from the Netherlands to the United States in 2010, she started focusing more on beauty, fashion and lifestyle. She also writes about her life as a wife and a mom of 2 in San Diego, California.

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