• Hannah Banana


    You guys, check out this polish kolor, appropriately named "Hannah Banana"!  This polish honors a special little girl named Hannah Parish.  Hannah had a love for Curious George from the time she was a newborn baby until her last day. She watched George and the man in the yellow hat over and over. She learned a lot from that little monkey. Though she did not eat anything, she also loved bananas. Every time we would go grocery shopping she would make us buy bananas. This is how her parents chose the color and name for her polish.

    Hannah Jase Parish was born October 25, 2014. She was so special and loved beyond measure. She was about 7-8 months old when she started to get sick. Her symptoms became upsetting quickly and after several emergency room visits Hannah was finally diagnosed with AML Leukemia, 10 months old at UK Children's Hospital. She went through 4 rounds of treatment with little problems. We had prayed she had beat cancer. Unfortunately April 2016 we learned that she had relapsed with AML, this time in her brain as a chloroma. She underwent more chemo and was sent to Cincinnati Children's Hospital for radiation and a bone marrow transplant. She had few problems with this as well. Everything seemed to be going in her favor. She was able to come home 1 day before her 2nd birthday. She loved being home. She was living and loving life as any child should. We were grateful for every moment. Hannah started to experience some unusual symptoms in March 2017, after spending more time in the hospital the Dr's came,to,the conclusion that Hannah had developed graft vs host disease. This caused her skin to become open and raw with blisters. Her eyes were swollen and abrasions started to appear on her eyes. She was started on high dose steroids to hopefully reverse this. June 2017 she had a dry unproductive cough, her o2 was lower than normal, this led to a CT revealing that Hannah had developed Bronchiolitis Obliterans Disease (GVHD of her lungs). This is an incurable lung disease that is rare in children. She still was doing fairly well and maintained her o2 without assistance until Oct 2017. She then required 24hr oxygen. We lived at the Ronald McDonald house and Hannah was still able experience some fun. She seemed to be stable after several months it was decided she could come home for good. So April 2018 we packed our bags and headed home. Again she loved being home and quickly adjusted. Life seemed to be moving in the right direction. May 30 2018 Hannah awoke with a fever so we drove her back to Cincinnati Children's. Over the following days she started to decline quite rapidly. Hannah was always able to bring herself back when her lungs got bad but this time was different. She had too many problems at once that she just could not fight off. Things spiraled rapidly and on June 4, 2018 Hannah ran into the arms of Jesus.

    Made in the U.S.A. and free of Toluene, Formaldehyde, DBP, and Camphor. All polishes are .47 fl oz. For external use only.  Pair it with our base/top coat, Hebrews 11:1, for an extended wear!! 

    All net proceeds go to Hannah's family.  Therefore, we appreciate your understanding that we are unable to provide refunds or exchanges.