Wednesday, April 21, 2010

ZOYA POLISH EXCHANGE - WOOOOOT!!!


Announcing the 2010 Zoya Nail Polish Exchange.

Out with the old - in with the new! For a limited time, kicking off on Earth Day (April 22, 2010 - 12 PM EST), Zoya Nail Polish will exchange your old, out-of-style, unwanted nail color and replenish your nail polish supply with fresh Zoya fashion colors. Simply send in six or more bottles of old polish - any brand other than Zoya, Qtica or Nocti, new or used - and we'll send you the new Zoya colors of your choice in a bottle-for-bottle exchange.


That's right - no exceptions, no questions. All you pay is $3.50 per bottle to cover shipping and processing. Choose from over 300 formaldehyde, toluene, camphor and dibutyl phthalate (DBP) free, long-lasting, award winning, healthy colors to replace your old color! Zoya will properly dispose of your old polish according to EPA guidelines.


* Any brand other than Zoya, Qtica or Nocti. New or used, empty or full. Minimum of six bottles. Send with the required shipping, processing fees and documentation to have the old color disposed of according to EPA guidelines and to qualify for NEW Zoya Nail Polish at no charge. Shipping and processing fees required for exchange. Restrictions apply. Available in continental US only. Online offer only. Limited time offer. Exchange ends June 30th, 2010.


See site for complete details - Click on the Nail Polish Exchange Button - http://www.zoya.com


I'm SOOOOOOO excited they are doing this again! I can't wait to get my order ready! WOOOOOOT!! Who did this last year? Are you going to do it again this year?

What I'm Getting:
MILEY
GAIA
VERUSCHKA
ELKE
LUCY
STARLA
LINDSAY
KIKI

12 comments:

rmcandlelight said...

This is so exciting!!!

Skulda said...

*grumbles the Canadian in the corner*

augusta said...

YESSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i've been waiting for this..now i've gotta decide on the colors i'm getting

GerryBerry said...

aww, sorry skulda.
maybe someone in the states can give you the hook-up?

anyway, i'm so happy *\0/*
i missed out on the exchange last year.

Millie said...

Grrrr. When are they going to consider international polish lovers? Not only do we have to pay $17 for Zoya in Australia, but we can't take advantage of these great offers. Doesn't work out to be cost effective to CP either - for 6 bottles it would be around $45 including shipping.

Arrianne said...

I swear to God, Zoya comes out with an amazing sale/rip-money-from-my-hands-thing EVERY TIME I go on a no-buy!! It's not fair. At least this is open til June though.

MoLo said...

YES I've seriously been waiting ALL YEAR for this! I did it last year and while the turnaround time was ~2 weeks I LOVED it!

Jackie S. said...

So excited! I missed the last one, but not this one!

Apaige2u said...

I am SOOOOOO doing this!! Can't wait!! My wallet can - but my nails can't! YIPPEE!!

blzcrzy said...

I have 6 you can trade.remember that haul from garage sale? A lot of them were really used up.

kathyeffingjacobs said...

Ooooh, thanks for posting this! I am psyched to get some Zoyas, and I am positive I've got some crappy old polishes to trade in. :D

Sarah said...

holy crap!!! i have sooooooooo many colors i don't use/like from years ago, yay!!! new zoya's :-D

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