Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Dr.'s Remedy Winter Wonder Nails Info

The Hottest Nail Shades of the Chilly Season

Sleigh bells are no longer ringing, snow is well-past glistening, and the mere thought of walking through a winter wonderland has you worrying – way too early – about next year’s Christmas plans. Enter some seasonal delight to make you sizzle (literally): Dr.’s REMEDY introduces four fabulous shades of Enriched Nail Polish, perfect to ring in 2011 and wear throughout the rest of winter (wonderfully).

The collection includes:
·       Healing Heather Grey: a seductive pewter with deep blue undertones
·       Revive Ruby Red: a shimmer-infused, Wizard of Oz-inspired shade of crimson
·       Desire Dark Brown: a cocoa-meets-hot fudge handsome hue
                ·       Nurture Nude Pink: a delicate, damsel-in-distress barely-there beau
Dr.’s REMEDY is a new line of doctor-inspired cosmetics that are dedicated to using clean, hypo-allergenic, anti-fungal ingredients. The birth-child of two New York-based podiatrists, Dr. Adam Cirlincione and Dr. William Spielfogel, Dr.’s REMEDY proves quintessentially-perfect for any person looking to better the condition of her skin and nails. Dr.’s REMEDY is sold online for $16 at or by calling 1-877-323-NAIL. 

I was very intrigued when I got this info about this company. The brand, Dr.'s Remedy, is marketed as a healthier alternative to other brands of polish. Their polishes are "3 free", meaning they don't contain the chemicals DBP, Toluene and Formaldehyde. They also have tea tree oil, vitamins, and wheat protein in their polishes to make it more gentle and better on your nails. 

The info in this post is about a new collection they have, a winter-y collection. I think the colors look gorgeous, even if I am over winter in general haha.

I think this is a very interesting idea in terms of nail polish, a polish with more nutrients for your nails and meant to be "safer". A lot of nail polishes now are 3-Free but not many claim to also benefit your nails (unless it's a nail treatment, of course). I'm intrigued yet suspicious as we all can be with a product that claims to be amazing. Also, the price tag of $16 makes me even more suspicious haha. However, one might argue that it's a polish AND treatment in one and if you were to buy those separately, it might be around that price range. 

How do you like the colors of the Dr.'s Remedy Winter Wonder Nails collection? What do you think of this Dr.'s REMEDY brand concept? Have you tried anything from this brand? Will you be checking them out?


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