Be Prepared for Sandal Season
It’s true! The frozen tundra we have been bearing will soon give way to sunny skies! Local weather stations have predicated temperatures up to the mid 50s for March. We all know what this means: sandal season will soon be upon us! And, with Spring Break beginning in less than 1 week, sandy beaches are in the horizons for many Lexington Podiatry patients.Don’t be embarrassed to sport the latest sandal or open-toed shoe this season, be prepared with Lexington Podiatry’s Dr.’s Remedy Nail Polish! This is not your ordinary nail polish- it is a doctor-formulated healthier alternative! Dr’s Remedy enriched nail polish has tea tree oil and garlic bulb extract which are naturally anti-fungal and anti-bacterial. It also has Vitamins C and D which promote healthier, stronger looking skin and nails. Wheat protein is also found in Dr.’s Remedy nail polish, which contains amino acids to naturally increase shine.Regular nail polish can be extremely harmful to your nails and your health. They usually contain formaldehyde which is a chemical that has been proven to cause cancer. Nail polishes usually have DBP which is a potential developmental and reproductive toxin that may cause birth defects. Because if it’s effects, DBP has even been banned in Europe to protect their citizens. Toluene is also found in nail polishes, which is a chemical the EPA restricts in our drinking water, which causes nervous system disorders and damage to the liver and kidneys. All of the above listed chemicals are NOT in Dr.’s Remedy enriched nail polish, making it GREAT for pregnant women and children!Stop in anytime during regular office hours to find your new favorite color from a selection of over 2 dozen colors ranging from pinks to bronzes to purples. We even offer acetone-free Remedy Remover. Or, stop by before your spring time mani or pedi to purchase our base coat to wear under all your favorite salon colors, while still protecting your nails promoting healthily growth. And, the more you buy the more you save! Remember, be prepared for sandal season this year and stop by Lexington Podiatry today!