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Sick of little fingers in your makeup? No Nasties kids has a beautiful range of kids play makeup, face paint, nail polish and fun accessories designed especially for little ones by a mum. All packs are delivered in beautiful, brown paper packages but it is what's inside that matters!
You can have the peace of mind knowing that they aren’t playing or applying toxic chemicals to their precious bodies. They can get as creative as they want! My little girl had blue eyebrows every time she played for at least two years!
You will never see nasties like FD&C colours, synthetic dyes, talc, mineral oil, bismuth oxychloride, ferric ferrocyanide or paraben preservatives in any of these products. Don't know what those are? Don't worry all you need to know is your won't find them here.
Why No Nasties?
After discovering typical cosmetic ingredients & that everything we apply topically is absorbed into our blood stream, founder Natalia created handmade, all natural play makeup for other parents concerned with what they allow their kids to put on their skin.
All packs are delivered in beautiful, brown paper packages, & each pack has a unique identity & story.
Where are No Nasties Makeup products made and who makes them?
All products are handmade with love in Australia.
Are any of the No Nasties Makeup products tested on animals?
At No Nasties Makeup we love animals! We certainly do not test our products on animals and none of the suppliers of our lovely ingredients test on animals either.
Do we have to be careful when using the No Nasties Makeup products?
Although No Nasties Makeup is all natural, in the unlikely event of a negative reaction or irritation on the skin of your little one, please discontinue use immediately. We do recommend that you test a small amount of the products on a patch of skin prior to use. Our products are for external use only. Please avoid direct eye contact and if this does occur, rinse the eye in warm water immediately.
We also recommend our products for children over 4 years due to potential choking hazards of small containers and bits.