Replenish your nails with this healing base coat
Just like our lives this year, your nail maintenance might be all over the place. Enter RESTORE Ridge Repair, the second eco-friendly base coat in the Dr.’s REMEDY line. Made with materials that are both sustainable and renewable, this fortifying ridge filler helps condition, nourish, and strengthen bumpy nails that might have been neglected during what definitely felt like one of the longest winters ever.
Infused with known antifungal ingredients as well as strengthening biotin, RESTORE Ridge Repair helps heal damage and reverse discolouration and will make smoothing out any rough spots on your nails a snap. Wear it alone (as a base coat) for a natural look or as a perfectly laid foundation paired with any Dr.’s REMEDY shade.
Directions: Apply one thin coat of Ridge Repair and allow to dry, followed by 2 coats of any Dr.’s REMEDY shaded polish.
*Ridge Repair may appear streaky upon application, this is normal as it’s meant to be absorbed where needed.
Dr.’s REMEDY® is a line of podiatrist formulated nail care created by US board-certified podiatrists, Dr Adam Cirlincione and Dr William Spielfogel. Our collection of products includes over 40 luxurious nail colours and as well as nail care solutions, which can minimize the appearance of dry brittle nails, hydrate nail cuticles and improve the wear-time of your nail colour.
Each product is infused with a special blend of ingredients including wheat protein, tea tree oil, garlic bulb extract and lavender. Dr.’s Remedy is the best alternative nail care line for anyone who wants beautiful looking nails and wants to avoid formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene and DBP. Dr.’s Remedy is vegan friendly and utilizes a range of organic ingredients.
Already sold in 1,000’s of podiatry and dermatology offices in the US, UK, Europe and Australia, Dr.’s REMEDY appeals to a wide range of patients which may include:
- Patients with yellow, discoloured nails
- Diabetic patients
- Patients with dry, brittle nails
- Men and women undergoing chemotherapy
- 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