Tuesday, February 8, 2011


Here's a press release I got in my email the other day. I mentioned this to my mom, and she said she'd heard of the brand...I must admit, I felt like a bit of an idiot when she knew something about polish I didn't. :) 

The Hottest Nail Shades of the Chilly Season

Sleigh bells are no longer ringing, snow is well-past glistening, and the mere thought of walking through a winter wonderland has you worrying – way too early – about next year’s Christmas plans. Enter some seasonal delight to make you sizzle (literally): Dr.’s REMEDY introduces four fabulous shades of Enriched Nail Polish, perfect to ring in 2011 and wear throughout the rest of winter (wonderfully).

The collection includes:
·       Healing Heather Grey: a seductive pewter with deep blue undertones
·       Revive Ruby Red: a shimmer-infused, Wizard of Oz-inspired shade of crimson
·       Desire Dark Brown: a cocoa-meets-hot fudge handsome hue
·       Nurture Nude Pink: a delicate, damsel-in-distress barely-there beautiful

Dr.’s REMEDY Enriched Nail Polish is available for $16 online atwww.remedynails.com
or by calling 1-877-323-NAIL.

Dr.’s REMEDY is a new line of doctor-inspired cosmetics that are dedicated to using clean, hypo-allergenic, anti-fungal ingredients. The birth-child of two New York-based podiatrists, Dr. Adam Cirlincione and Dr. William Spielfogel, Dr.’s REMEDY proves quintessentially-perfect for any person looking to better the condition of her skin and nails. Dr.’s REMEDY is sold online at www.remedynails.com or by calling 1-877-323-NAIL."

What do you think?

This press release was sent by a PR firm. For more information, see my disclosure policy.


  1. I had never heard of it either, but that's funny that your mom did lol. Excited to see what they're like!

  2. it seemed kinda sketchy, they did like a mass PR email to a lot of bloggers didn't they? also..$16 for a bottle of nail polish? thats..kind of expensive in my books. they should send some samples so people can review them

  3. Yeah, I think they did send a mass PR email. They offered samples in the
    email I got, and I accepted, so I'll be able to see if they're actually any
    good. I don't think I'd pay $16 for one nail polish, but some people
    would...I don't have that kind of money. :)

  4. I know! I don't even know how many polish-related things I have explained to
    her...and then I started telling her about this, and she was like, "Oh yeah,
    I've heard of them!" It kind of turned my world upside down for a minute. ;)