Working Woman Set Nail Polish Trio, Hand Scrub + Lotion

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Working Woman Set Nail Polish Trio, Hand Scrub + Lotion

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WHAT IT IS: Julep's toxin-free and low odor polish make this set the perfect guilt free present for all the little darlings on your list this year.


  • Nail Polish in Alyson, Size: 0.27 oz
  • Nail Polish in Lynn, Size: 0.27 oz
  • Nail Polish in Emmanuelle, Size: 0.27 oz
  • Facial For Hands Glycolic Hand Scrub, Size: 1 oz
  • Daylight Daily Defense SPF 30, Size: 3 fl oz

WHAT IT DOES: Alyson nail color is an almond creme. Lynn nail color is a nude, blush pearl. Emmanuelle nail color is a sheer warm pale pink creme. Facial For Hands Glycolic Hand Scrub's unique double-exfoliating action of glycolic acid and apricot seeds reveals noticeably softer and younger-looking hands after just one use. Gentle, non-sudsing natural esters whisk away dirt and excess oil while combating flakiness. Naturally scented with orange oil for a refreshing aromatherapy boost with each use. Julep Daylight Defense SPF 30 For Hands and Face. The one-step solution for beautiful hands, nails and skin. Vitamin E hydrates skin and strengthens nails, while built-in SPF helps guard against fine lines and sun spots.

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.