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Paint Your Nails with a Layer of Protection

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Finally, the warmer weather is upon us, and you have your eyes on those cute sandals, don’t you? We know exactly what you’re thinking, too – it’s time for a pedicure! Nail polish can certainly make your toes look pretty and presentable, but beware. Fungi love to hang out at spas and on pedicure tools, and polishing your nails isn’t enough to protect you. Unless of course, it’s anti-fungal polish like the Dr. Remedy line we offer at our office!

Typical polishes don’t protect your nails from fungal infections, and often contain the chemicals dibutyl phthalate, toluene, and formaldehyde, known as the “toxic trio.” These can seep into your nail bed and body, and cause toxic fumes as well.

Dr. Remedy polishes, on the other hand, contain all natural ingredients like tea tree oil and garlic bulb extract – both of which are natural anti-fungal and antibacterial agents. Vitamins C and E help nails stay strong, and wheat protein organically increases shine. So, your nails look pretty and at the same time are protected, not only from fungus and bacteria, but harmful toxins as well! Plus, while normal polishes tend to block out hydrating elements leaving nails dry, brittle, and stained, Dr. Remedy’s polishes “breathe” allowing necessary moisture in, and reducing discoloration.

So, don’t just grab any polish and call it good. Paint your nails with a layer of protection by using Dr. Remedy polishes instead. We offer a wide range of colors, as well as base and top coats, and remover. Stop by before you go purchase those sandals, or just give us a call for more information. Dial (309) 661-9975 to reach our Bloomington, IL office, or use our online contact form right now.

Not all nail polish is the same. Pamper and protect your toes with our Dr. Remedy polishes.


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