Why You May Want to Switch Your Nail Polish Brands Immediately!
There are hundreds of different nail polish brands on the market, some promoting their abilities to dry fast, being 100% vegan or, being 3-5-8 Free of chemicals. So how do you choose the right brand for you? Most of us will just look for a color that catches our eye and leave it at that. But when you are someone that wants a polish to enrich your nails rather than strip your nails of nutrients, then you may want to toss out your current polish brands and switch to Dr.’s Remedy.
Several brands on the market are making changes to be free of: Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin, Toluene, Phthalates and Parabens; and Dr.’s Remedy is doing the same. But we aren’t focusing on that area because it is becoming so common among polishes.
What Dr.’s Remedy polish does have that sets it apart from so many other brands, is that it contains ingredients that are known to help enrich your nails!
Enriched Ingredients Include:
- Tea Tree Oil- an essential oil found to have antiseptic and antifungal activity
- Garlic Bulb Extract- a powerful antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral agent
- Vitamin C- helps kill harmful germs
- Vitamin E- promotes healthy growth of the nail & skin
- Wheat Protein- helps nails to maintain moisture
- Biotin- supports healthy skin and nails
The ingredients used in their polishes are designed to not only enrich your nails but also to retain moisture and allow them to breathe! This is so crucial in nail health and in nail recovery!
Most traditional brands DO NOT contain these ingredients!
Before you purchase another bottle of polish from your favorite retailer, stop and think about what it is you are wanting for the health of your nails. If it is not a concern of yours then proceed with your typical brand, but if the health of your nails is important to you, then it’s time to give Dr.’s Remedy nail polish a try! Head on over to your favorite podiatrist’s office and pick out a few new colors. No appointment or prescription required! (707) 578-1222.