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Tweezerman Ingrown Hair Splinter Tweezer

Splinter and ingrown hairs don't stand a chance against this sucker. Premium tweezer uses its ultra-sharp tapered points to easily remove anything embedded under the skin. Made of stainless steel and of surgical quality, you'll feel like a doctor in your own home. Really smart to have one of these lying around in the medicine cabinet. Don't say we didn't warn you. To Use: For ingrown hairs, wash area with soap and water prior. Dip tweezer in alcohol to disinfect. Use a single tweezer-point to gently work the hair out from under the skin. Once the ingrown springs out, grab it firmly at the root with the two perfectly aligned tips and pull gently in the direction of hair growth. For splinters, clean the affected area with soap and water. Dip the tweezers in alcohol to sterilize. Use the needle points of the tweezer to grab the splinter and back it out gently. After splinter is removed, disinfect area with alcohol or hydrogen peroxide. For proper care, clean tweezer after each use. Keep cap on, when not in use.

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    NS
    04/10/2017
    Nathaniel S.

    Great Precision Tool

    Works great on splinters and super small and thin hairs where standard tweezers can't seem to grip. I highly recommend these.

    TW
    03/28/2017
    Troy W.

    Second to None!

    Quality crafted, precise instrument. Ideal for the most stubborn situations.

    J
    11/15/2014
    J

    Sharp and built to last

    These tweezers are sharp and precise. I've used them for slivers and ingrowns and they do very well.

    J
    11/14/2014
    J

    Sharp and built to last

    These tweezers are sharp and precise. I've used them for slivers and ingrowns and they do very well.

    B
    10/24/2012
    Brandon

    Want the best tweezers?

    I have to agree with Dave that these could be a surgical instrument. I seem to get more than my fair share of ingrown hairs and when the time comes to "operate", the hairs are no match. I used to spend a little bit with my cheap tweezers and once I upgraded to these, there was no contest. Get these!

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