Pink Paradise 3 Polishes + Indulgent Scrub & Cream

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Pink Paradise 3 Polishes + Indulgent Scrub & Cream

$24 Gilt
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WHAT IT IS: A set of three Julep nail polishes in popular shades, plus the indulgent Pomegranate Body Crème and Body Scrub.


  • Eva, Size: 0.27 fl oz
  • Ellie, Size: 0.27 fl oz
  • Sarah, Size: 0.27 fl oz
  • Pomegranate Body Crème, Size: 4.0 fl oz
  • Pomegranate Body Scrub, Size: 4.0 fl oz

WHAT IT DOES: Julep Nail Color is "4-free" and does not contain formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, or DBP. The professional chip-resistant formulation is fast drying and highly pigmented. Julep nail color is a fun way to make the season's latest shades accessible to everyone.

Pomegranate Body Scrub:

Exfoliate and moisturize in one simple step. Anti-oxidant pomegranate extract and hydrating Shea butter salt scrub will refine, brighten, tone and heal. Your skin will be soft and radiant from head to toe.

Pomegranate Body Creme:

Quench dry, dull skin with Julep's ultra-moisturizing body creme. Gently exfoliates with pomegranate and papaya enzymes, while shea butter and a powerful blend of jojoba, avocado, and kukui nut oils provide deep and lasting hydration. Leaves your skin soft and smooth to the touch.

Brand: Julep

Fabulous, trendsetting nail polish that is completely toxin-free? It’s not a fantasy — it’s Julep! The revolutionary brand’s non-toxic lacquer sets include everything from metallic blacks and neutrals to smoky blues and grays, all named for inspiring ladies in the life of founder and CEO Jane Park. And don’t think fingernails get all the attention: You'll also find glamorous mascaras, lip balms, hand and foot scrubs, hair care products, and organic face elixirs. Given its diverse range of beautifying products, it's easy to see why Oprah named Julep as one of her "favorite things" in 2012.