Cuticle Spoon Pusher
Need to keep your hands looking tidy or maintain your manicure? If so, cuticle maintenance is a must. The two-sided dual action cuticle tool helps your hands looking salon-quality and well kept. The curved nail shaper offers customized shaping and easy cuticle pushing, while the smaller cleaning spoon tool removes dirt and build-up under the nail. Solid stainless steel cuticle spoon pusher has a no-slip easy grip handle & will not scratch nails.
How to Care for your Cuticles..
SOAK YOUR NAILS. Soak your fingertips in warm, soapy water for a few minutes. …
REMOVE EXCESS CUTICLES. Once your fingers have softened up, you’ll want to remove that excess cuticle skin. …
PUSH BACK YOUR CUTICLES. …
GETTING RID OF HANGNAILS. …
APPLY CUTICLE CREAM.
How to prevent hangnails
- Keep your skin hydrated. That means use hand lotion on a regular basis, especially after showering and after washing your hands.
- Wear gloves when you’re outside and it’s cold, and also when you’re washing dishes. Cold can be drying, but so can hot water and soap.
How often should you push back your cuticles?
About every 4 to 7 days simply use your fingernail to gently push back the proximal fold to break the death grip about every 4 to 7 days.
How do you use nail cuticle tools?
- Gently slide the trimmer under the edge of your cuticle, following the natural edge of your nail to cut loose hangnails. Repeat around the sides of nails as needed on each cuticle.
- Follow by buffing nails to prep for your manicure.