Nail & Cuticle Pliers

Toenails don’t grow as quickly as fingernails so they don’t need to be cut as often. On the other hand, they are thicker and harder to cut for older people. In this case, toenail clippers are the best alternative to cut thick toenails with ease. The leverage effect of the toenail clippers makes it easier to cut toenails.

Anyone who has already tried in vain to cut their toenails with nail scissors or nail clippers should definitely try out toenail clippers. It may feel a little strange or unfamiliar at first, but with time you’ll become accustomed to using the clippers, which, by the way, are also used for professional pedicures.

Make sure you’re getting quality toenail clippers

Yes, there’s certainly a large choice of toenail clippers. That can’t be denied... And most starting at £10. But why are other models more expensive? This question can be answered with one word: Quality. But what’s the difference between a pair of high-quality toenail clippers and a cheap pair?

An important factor is which kind of steel is used to manufacture the toenail clippers. Not all types of steel are the same. Toenail clippers which are made from stainless steel have the great advantage of being non-corroding and will also not rust. There are also various processes by which the steel is hardened during production. Softer steel isn’t as effective at cutting toenails as harder steel.

In addition, high-quality toenail clippers are also held together by a box joint rather than screw. This provides the pedicure tool with additional stability and extends its service life by a few years.

The majority of the toenail clippers stocked here at Remos are made from rust-free stainless steel, have a box joint and a sturdy spring, which can also be replaced. That’s why they are the perfect choice for professional pedicurists.

Cuticle nipper

It’s just as important to take care of your cuticles as it is to take care of your nails. During the cooler winter months when the air is very dry, it’s not unusual to get a hangnail. Obviously most people want to get rid of these little pieces of skin as quickly as possible.

A cuticle nipper makes it easy to cut your cuticles. We’ll show you the best way to remove cuticles with a cuticle nipper. Of course, it’s important to first check that the cuticle clippers are well sharpened and cut precisely, so that they can be used to remove excess skin. You should be able to open and close the cuticle clipper without too much effort. It’s easy to see if the cuticle clippers are high-quality and made well by simply looking at the edges and the finish. Preferably, any tools should be made from rust-free stainless steel.

Removing cuticles with a cuticle nipper

We recommend soaking your cuticles before cutting them. This applies to both the hands and feet. Then cut any hangnails around the nail bed using the cuticle nipper. Its important to get rid of any skin that’s protruding. If cutting is painful, you should stop. Check whether the blade of the cuticle nipper is still sharp, cuts cleanly, and isn’t damaged.

After removing the cuticle, you can remove any debris from the nail bed if necessary by using a manicure or pedicure tool. Once finished you can also use a cuticle oil pen (also available here) to provide some moisture and important nutrients. Various models of cuticle nippers available All available cuticle nippers are made to the highest quality so that you can remove cuticles without any problems.

The models on offer are available in various sizes and with various blade lengths

Alongside classic cuticle nippers with a spring, you’ll also find a variation with an additional locking mechanism. For anyone who prefers the kind with holes, we have three models of cuticle clippers in a scissor-like shape. We offer a sharpening service for any cuticle nippers purchased from us (price on request). In addition, all models can be sterilised. For further details about individual products, please see the detailed product descriptions.