Ingrown Toenail Corrector Clamp
This simple but highly effective ingrown toenail correction tool can help you solve painful or annoying ingrown toenails. Each toenail corrector clamp adopts lever mechanics to change the angle of your nail growth. It has been specially designed for curing in growing nails and paronychia. Made with high grade carbon steel our clamps are durable, practical and easy to use.
The angle of 2 hooks are specifically designed for the angle of your nails making them easier to reshape toenails. Our simple but professional tool will help provide relief from ingrown toenails. Portable, compact and convenient to carry. Suitable for professional use as well as personal use.
1) All Health and Beauty Tools Should Be Disinfected Before Treatment.
2) Not Necessary but For Best Results, Soak Your Foot or Feet in Warm Water For 5 To 10 Minutes to Soften the Nail or Use A Toe Nail Softener Like the Skinapeel Toe Nail Softener & Ingrowing Toenail Prevention Oil.
3) Use the Hooks to Grasp the Toenail from Both Sides.
4) Twist the Nut to Fix the Clamp to The Toenail.
5) Slowly Intensify Until There Is A Sense of Expansion (No Pain) And Place Your Foot or Feet Back in The Warm Water.
6) Tighten the Nut More Every 5 To 10 Minutes.
7) 30 Minutes Later, Take Feet Out of The Water and Wait 15 Minutes for Feet to Dry.
8) Remove the Equipment. The Toenail Is Reshaped So Position Some Medical Cotton Under the Tilted Nails to Prevent Rebound
9) Easy to Follow Videos Can Also Be Found on YouTube.
Made by carbon steel.
Professional quality toenail clamp tool.
Helps relieve ingrown toenails.
Suitable for professional and personal use.
For patients who have severe ingrown toenails, professional treatment is recommended, don’t correct it by yourself.
Toenails must be soaked for 10 minutes before use to help soften the nail.
Adjust the intensity based on the thickness of the nail.
Use daily for 20 minutes. Curing can take from in 1 to 4 months.
Best used before bed to avoid further pressure from shoes after use.
Ask your doctor if you can use anti-inflammatories if needed.
Wearing loose shoes can help with relieving toenail discomfort.