The one with Dr.'s Remedy TRANQUIL Tangerine

I was recently introduced to Dr.'s Remedy, a line of doctor-inspired cosmetics that is dedicated to using clean, hypoallergenic ingredients. Sounds good, right? :) I have all five shades in the Hot Hot Hot Summer 2011 collection - "five fabulous, terrifically-in-trend shades of Enriched Nail Polish that we promise you'll sizzle for!!!" according to Dr.'s Remedy's media release.

The first polish I tried is called TRANQUIL Tangerine, and is a brilliant shimmery bright orange. The formula, at first, was a tad goopy, but with the second coat, everything smoothed out to an even finish. I do love that these polishes are enriched with ingredients like tea tree oil, garlic bulb extract, vitamins C and E and wheat protein!

Here are two photos from the lightbox:
If you've followed me for a while, you know orange is my most favorite color of is anyone surprised that I chose the orange polish in this collection to swatch first? :)

Next we have the outside photos...
Direct sunlight
And as I was looking at the shimmery goodness in this shade photo, I realized this polish reminded me of another orange in my collection - Wet n Wild Magic Trident (a Fast Dry in the Mermaid's Cove Collection)...
Looks pretty close in the bottle to me. But once on the nail, the polishes weren't really similar at all.
Lightbox comparison with TRANQUIL tangerine on the left and Magic Trident on the right. As you can see, Magic Trident is a tad lighter and a lot less shimmery!
Same with the flash picture...only this picks up the difference even more!So in short, being the orange lover than I am, I LOVE HAVING BOTH! :) And to those who don't love orange as much as me, you'd be safe having both because they are different. In person you can tell a difference on the nail.

My other Dr.'s Remedy  Hot Hot Hot Summer 2011 Reviews:
LOVELY Lavender || BOLD Baby Blue || NURTURE Nude Pink
Dr.'s Remedy Enriched Nail Polish is free from harsh toxins to promote healthier, stronger nails and the first-ever nail polish on the market approved by the American Podiatric Association. Dr.'s Remedy is available for $17 online at or by calling 1-877-323-NAIL.

DISCLAIMER: The products used in this post were provided to me by the company for consideration. This blog is written and edited by me, and the opinions are not influenced in any way and are not compensated. I am not a professional nail tech, nor do I have any formal training in nail care. I'm just someone who likes to polish her nails :) Please read this post for more information.