Here's the full post from the Zoya blog about the exchange so you can all see it:
Announcing the 2011 Zoya Nail Polish Exchange*.
Out with the old - in with the new! In honor of Earth Day from April 20, 2011- April 27, 2011(11:59PM 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. All you pay is $4.00 per bottle for 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.
Here’s all you need to do!
1. Go to Zoya.com and pick out the polishes you would like and add them to your cart. You must select at least 6 bottles and no more than 24 bottles of polish (Salons accounts minimum 12 maximum 48 bottles.)
2. Apply the code. EARTHZOYA
3. Your order value will be adjusted to reflect the promotion
4. SUBMIT your order!
Then Zoya will ship out your NEW polish! YEA! (Below is a sample order. This is what it should look like!)
Once you get your order (Here is where the exchanging* happens)…
1. Ship back the equivalent number of bottles to the ones you received to the return address below.(ie. If you got 6 bottles of Zoya – you would send us 6 NON-ZOYA polishes, please check with you carrier on the proper way to ship nail polish)
2. Include a copy of your order
Art of Beauty, Inc.
c/o Polish Exchange
5060 Taylor Rd, Unit D
Cleveland, Ohio, 44128, USA
Once we receive your polish we do the rest! It’s that simple!
The bottles you send in cannot be Zoya, Qtica or Nocti polishes (but they can be any other brand).
We are using the honor code here folks! We want to make sure you get your Zoya Nail Polish! We send you the polish first then you send your old polish back to us! If you do choose to send us your old polish we promise to properly dispose of it according to EPA guidelines. This offer is only good for 1 week so hurry – Don’t Wait!
*Online promotion only. Continental US ONLY. Not valid with any other codes or coupons. Consumer accounts must exchange a minimum of 6 polishes with a 24 bottle maximum. Salon accounts must exchange at least 12 with a maximum of 48 bottles. Polish can be from any brand EXCEPT Zoya, Qtica or Nocti and can be exchanged for in-stock .5oz Zoya Nail Polish. Offer is not contingent on customer returning polish. Zoya Exchange code is unique and non-transferable. One code per account. Valid Credit card with sufficient funds needed to process order. Offer expires on 4/27/2011 at 11:59PM EST. Upgraded shipping not available for this promotion. Please allow standard time for processing and shipping, however if volume is higher than expected please allow up to 6 weeks for shipping and processing. Art of Beauty, Inc. reserves the right to remove any polish that is out of stock from your order. You will not be charged for this polish. Backordered polish is not included in this promotion. Absolutely no refunds or exchanges on polish once order has been submitted. Comments, videos and pictures posted about this Zoya Nail Polish Exchange outside of Zoya.com or zoyanailpolish.blogger.com are not representative of the opinions of Zoya Nail Polish, Art of Beauty, Inc., Qtica and Qtica Smart Spa and we do not confirm the accuracy of any postings. Customers are responsible for maintaining active accounts. If username or password have been lost we (Art of Beauty, Inc.) are not responsible for restoring accounts or giving out any account information.
Between the two of us, Fiona and I are exchanging 17 bottles of nail polishes that we no longer want and probably would have just thrown away for 17 brand new Zoyas. So this Earth Day, we here at Ha Bisky! Nails are doing our part for the environment by buying nail polish. We're preventing 17 bottles of nail polish from going into the environment that could have harmed the earth somewhere in our state by having Zoya properly and safely dispose of them. Just shows ya that even buying nail polish can help make the world a "greener" place. Who would have thought?