Earth Day Exchange 2017With 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 (any brand) that you may have laying around your house collecting dust, or that are not BIG10FREE formulas, for brand new toxin-free* Zoya Nail Polish shades to celebrate Earth Day.
Rest assured that your unwanted polishes will be disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner. Make Mother Nature proud by following the instructions below and get started by picking out your NEW Zoya colors at www.zoya.com! Please note this promo excludes Zoya Treatments and Naked Manicure Base and Top Coats. Learn more about the Earth Day Exchange Click Here or Read Below.
How The Exchange Works…
1. Visit www.zoya.com and add your desired nail polish colors to your cart.
Consumer Accounts: Minimum 6, maximum 24 bottles
Professional Accounts: Minimum 12, maximum 48 bottles
2. Apply Code: EARTHLUV and a 50% credit will be added to your exchange order – free shipping included! Offer valid 4/10/17- 5/10/17 (11:59pm EST)
3. Complete checkout and you’re all set! Please see details below for instructions on sending back your unwanted polish.
USE CODE: EARTHLUV
Offer valid 4/10/17 – 5/10/17 (11:59pm EST)
Returning Your Polish
Once you receive your order, decide if you are going to send in your unwanted polishes or donate them to a local cause. We are using the honor code to make sure you get your Zoya Nail Polish as quickly as possible! Offer is not contingent on customer returning polish. If you do choose to send us your old polish, we promise to properly dispose of it according to environmental guidelines. If you choose to ship back polishes, please include a copy of your invoice with your order and make sure to comply with the shipping guidelines by your carrier of choice. You do not have to send us the exact amount of bottles that you are ordering, there is no limit! Please note: You will need to check with your carrier of choice for guidelines and restrictions on shipping nail polish.
Ship Your Exchange To:
Art of Beauty, Inc.
c/o Polish Exchange
200 Egbert Rd
Bedford, Ohio, 44146, USA
(Frequently Asked Questions)
How does the Exchange work?
The exchange runs on the honor system, which means you are not obligated to send in your unwanted polish – we assume you’re going to do the right thing!
What if I want to take part, but not send in my old polish?
No judgement here! Many people donate the polish to a local cause instead, which we fully support. If you choose to send back your polishes, please check with your carrier of choice for shipping guidelines and restrictions for nail polish.
Does it have to be old Zoya bottles I send back?
Nope! We are happy to take any brands off your hands in exchange for Zoya’s Big10Free formula
How many new Zoya shades to I need to order to take part?
You must have a minimum of 6 shades in your cart at checkout.
How many bottles am I allowed to order with the code?
The maximum amount is 24 bottles.
What is the best way for me to return my unwanted polish?
Please include a copy of your invoice with your order and make sure to comply with the shipping guidelines by your carrier of choice. You do not have to send us the exact amount of bottles that you are ordering, there is no limit! Please note: You will need to check with your carrier of choice for guidelines and restrictions on shipping nail polish.
Ship Your Exchange To:
Art of Beauty, Inc. c/o Polish Exchange
200 Egbert Rd Bedford, Ohio, 44146, USA
Is it ok if the bottles have been used?
Absolutely! We will recycle your old, used polishes for you in exchange for brand new Zoya shades.
What do you do with the polishes I send in?
We will recycle all bottles sent in, in an environmentally friendly manner.
Can I still take part in the offer even though I don’t want to send any unwanted polishes back to you?
This offer is not contingent on customer returning polish, however, we hope you do the right thing by either sending your polish in to us, or donating it locally.