Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Dr.'s Remedy enriched nail polish

Dr.'s Remedy is a line of doctor-inspired cosmetics that is dedicated to using clean, hypo-allergenic ingredients. Enriched with naturally occurring antifungal ingredients like tea tree oil,garlic bulb extract,vitamins C and E, and wheat protein, Dr. Remedy enriched Nail Polish is free from harsh toxins to promote healthier, stronger nails and the first-ever nail polish on the market approved by the American Podiatric Medical Association.
The new Holiday 2011 Jolly & joy collection of enriched nail polish:
  • Revive ruby red: a shimmer-infused, wizard of Oz-inspired shades of crimson
  • Passion purple: a bombshell- boysenberry with subtle meshed throughout
  • Essential emerald: A take on the classic tree-and-plant-inspired gem of shade, with delicate glimmer and unparalleled amounts of glamour
  • Serene Silver Glitter: A seasonal sizzler like no other; shinem chic, totally unique in the metallic scene
  • Resolution Red Glitter: a red-meets-copper spin that sequin-look-alike laden with high shine and sparkle

Christina's Voice:

                Don't you just hate nail polish that you have to continue to put coats after coats on just to get that dark desire look you are looking for? Well with Dr.'s remedy new jolly & joy seasonal shades they go on nice and thick the very first coat. I did have to use one of my top coat nail polishes because i use allot of chemicals on cleaning up the house and stuff, and i didn't want them to chip off. I love that they have vitamins in it and tree oil which are great for your nails to help them grow. I don't have a problem with them growing i just have a problem with them breaking and growing really thin. So with the help from Dr remedy and his nail polish i can already tell a difference from one week. This product is available for $17.00 each online at http://www.remedynails.com/ or by calling 1-877-323-NAIL

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