Believe it or not, nail polish goes all the way back to 3000 BCE! That means people have been painting their nails for over 5000 years and lucky for us, the formula only continues to improve. Dr.’s Remedy is a healthier alternative when it comes to painting your nails and here are just a few reasons why:

Generic nail polish usually contains things such as parabens (a chemical preservative), formaldehyde (an industrially used toxic chemical), animal products (guanine, also known as “pearl essence” which is retrieved from fish scales), toluene (a skin, eye and respiratory tract irritant), and so many more poor quality ingredients that are bad for you and the environment. With Dr.’s Remedy, you can be sure you are putting only superior quality ingredients on your nails such as biotin, tea-tree oil, garlic-bulb extract, lavender, wheat protein and vitamins! The best part about them is that they are vegan and cruelty free so you can feel good about using their products.

With all these amazing ingredients and their care for the environment it’s no wonder they are the first nail polish to receive APMA’s seal of approval. Now what in the world is APMA? ‘The APMA Seal of Approval/Acceptance Program recognizes products that have been found beneficial to foot health and of significant value when used in a consistently applied program of daily foot care and regular professional treatment.’.

Last but definitely not least, they have over 40 beautifully curated colours to choose from so you will never have to go back to putting harmful chemicals on your nails. Not only do they carry colours, they also have nail treatments such as hydration, ridge repair, nourishing nail serum and even a biotin gummy supplement!

All in all, Dr.’s Remedy Enriched Nail Care is by far our first choice when it comes to polish and we hope it can be yours too!

 

(Seal of acceptance/approval program. APMA. (n.d.). Retrieved March 23, 2022, from https://www.apma.org/Patients/content.cfm?ItemNumber=1108 )

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