Dermelect Cosmeceuticals’ Peptide-Infused Color Nail Treatment

Most of us buy polishes based on color, price, formulation (i.e. we know it’s long lasting, it’s organic etc.), or some combination of the three. My decision is usually 99% color, but when I read about Dermelect Cosmeceuticals’ ME Peptide-Infused Color Nail Treatment ($14), a peptide-rich cream color collection designed to infuse nails with nutrients, I couldn’t have been more intrigued! While the color selection may not be stellar given that there are only six shades to choose from, they’ve got the basics covered with a red, hot pink, neutral, and a more adventurous blue. The real draw with these polishes is that they’re formulated with a manicure extending formula utilizing protein-peptide, ProSina, a pure protein extracted from New Zealand sheep’s wool. Apparently it’s a material similar to bones and fingernails and will thus not only ensure a longer lasting mani/pedi (one week-plus they claim), but will help your nails grow back stronger.

The formula is also green (DBP, Toulene and Formaldehyde-free), water and detergent resistant, and protects against UV rays….who knew our nails needed UV protection – hey it can’t hurt!?  Like most polishes, Dermelect suggests two coats and based on the reviews I’ve read their polishes dry quickly and are, true to their claims, fairly chip-resistant.

Anti-aging nail care may sound a little bit gimmicky, but with nothing to loose and everything to gain, I say, sign me up!

One thought on “Dermelect Cosmeceuticals’ Peptide-Infused Color Nail Treatment

  1. I have some allergies or lashes on my nails when I tried using coat tar last weekend and it got a little more irritated this week so I’d been to this site yesterday about black toenail treatment and they treated me so well there.

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