I can’t keep count of the amount of nail polish bottles I have in my room. From Chanel to OPI, Sula to Essie and Tom Ford to Sinful Colors, my nail lacquer collection can be used to start a small nail salon. Every so often though, I do discover new formulas that are worth talking about. The latest nail lacquer discovery is one that is actually good for your nails, especially if you suffer from brittle and chipped nails. I’ve been using Dermelect ‘ME’ Peptide-Infused nail polish for the past two months and boy have my nails improved. For starters, they don’t chip as much anymore and they seem a lot stronger and longer.
What’s so special about Dermelect ‘ME’ Peptide-Infused Nail Polish?It is formulated with a pure protein peptides cultivated from New Zealand sheep’s wool for stronger nails. The polish fills in ridges, dries fast with megawatt shine that lasts for a week. What’s even more impressive is that it resists chips, peeling and splitting. How many nail polishes can say they’ve got a healthy dose of vitamins, anti-aging properties, peptides and moisture to benefit your nails? You can say it puts the ‘cure’ in manicure.
Dermelect ‘ME’ Peptide-Infused Nail Polish comes in six mouth watering colors, just in time for summer. They include:
- Persuasive (luscious peach)
- Provocative (fabulously fresh fuchsia)
- Above It (breathtaking sky blue)
- Head Turner (brilliant orange crème)
- Luxurious (rich, confident lilac)
- Power Trip (burst of red w/pink undertone)
Each bottle retails for $14.