Friday, August 5, 2011

Review and Giveaway: Dr.'s Remedy Enriched Nail Polish

It's easy to pick up nail polish at the drugstore, but it's rarely something that you'd feel comfortable putting on your skin. With ingredients such as toulene and formaldehyde, conventional nails polishes are far from natural. Instead, I recommend seeking out gentler polishes such as Dr.'s Remedy Enriched Nail Polish.

  • Comes in a range of colors, both shimmery and matte
  • Nice texture and finish
  • Didn't chip easily after a couple of coats
  • Gentler ingredients than many conventional polishes
  • Still has the "nail polish smell"
Dr.'s Remedy polish is very similar to conventional nail polish without the most harmful chemicals.  It is moderately expensive, so I'd love to love to see ingredients listed more clearly on web site.  I'm much more inclined to spend $17 on a polish if I know it's safer than the cheaper alternatives. If I could improve this product, I'd recommend a reformulation to make it even gentler and perhaps offer even more colors.

Product Ratings (out of 5)


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