Dr.'s REMEDY is a podiatrist formulated nail care collection that is the only nail polish to receive the APMA (American Podiatric Medical Association) seal of approval. Dr.’s REMEDY®, Enriched Nail Polish is a patented blend of naturally occurring, nourishing ingredients not found in traditional lacquers. Every bottle is free of formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, parabens, and phthalates—all potential carcinogens. Dr.'s remedy can be used in conjunction with topical fungus medications or nail fungus products and will not make the condition worse, unlike most nail polish products. Read blog - why this is a 7free nail polish.
Dr.'s REMEDY appeals to a wide range of patients which may include:
- Patients with yellow, discoloured nails and dry, brittle nails
- Diabetic patients
- Pregnant women looking to avoid harsh chemicals
- Children who wish to limit exposure to formaldehyde
- Patients with strong healthy nails who want to keep them that way
- Vegans, Dr.'s Remedy utilizes a range of organic ingredients.
Dr.'s REMEDY® is a line of podiatrist formulated nail care created by board certified podiatrists, Dr. Adam Cirlincione and Dr. William Spielfogel. The collection of nail colours and nail care solutions can minimise the appearance of dry brittle nails, hydrate nail cuticles and improve the wear-time of your nail color. Dr.'s REMEDY consists of many shades of nail colour along with nail care products such as base coat, top coat, cuticle care and a nail hydration. Each product is infused with a special blend of ingredients selected by Dr. Cirlincione and Dr. Spielfogel. This blend includes: wheat protein, tea tree oil, garlic bulb extract and lavender.
Dr. Adam Cirlincione and Dr. William Spielfogel are board certified practicing Podiatric Surgeons based in New York who founded Dr.'s Remedy to address the needs of their patients. Both doctors have spent years of study and training in the field of Podiatry. Although, skilled surgeons, they realize a top reason patients come into their office is because of brittle, discolored nails, often times associated with the harsh chemicals found in nail polish. As physicians they have always been interested in the products their patients use and only want the best for their patients.