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Mehaz Nail Tools - Tweezers, Cuticle Nippers, Foot Files & Nail Clippers

Mehaz Professional sets the standard for quality nail care tools in salons, spas and homes around the world. Offering top of the line finger nail clippers, toenail clippers, cuticle nippers and tweezers made of professional grade stainless steel, each product is backed by the Mehaz Lifetime Guarantee. Massage Warehouse proudly offers a wide array of Mehaz premier nail implements, foot files, cuticle pushers and more at the lowest prices guaranteed.

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We want you to be 100% satisfied. Our aim is to provide you with quality products at an affordable price. If an item does not meet your expectations, we'll gladly refund your money within 30 days after purchase. In order to keep our prices the lowest possible, some exceptions apply, including a 20% restocking fee applied after 30 days and 30% restocking fee applied after 60 days, should the item be in a usable condition. Please see our [1]Returns section for detailed information.

If you find the same product for a lower price from any other company, we will refund/match the difference. Offer is valid for 30 days from the date of purchase. Valid on orders shipped within the continental United States. Cannot price match against auction sites. Pricing match is based on competitor complying with Manufacturer’s Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) Policy. If a product is listed below “MAP” we may not be able to match that price. Vendor that we price match must have product available to purchase and not on backorder.

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  1. Hand and Stone Opening Order - Facial Rooms Hand and Stone Opening Order - Facial Rooms
  2. Mehaz Tweezer SS Slanted Mehaz Slanted Tweezer - #350 Stainless Steel Tweezers
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    Mehaz®Toe Nail Clipper - Angled Straight Wide Jaw Mehaz® Professional Toe Nail Clipper - Angled Straight Wide Jaw
    $15.19 Special Price $7.79
  4. Mehaz Disinfectant Tray Mehaz Disinfectant Tray
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    Mehaz Stainless Steel Foot File System Mehaz Stainless Steel Foot File System
    $23.09 - $23.29
    $10.79 - $23.09
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    Mehaz Stainless Steel Foot File Mehaz Stainless Steel Foot File
    $23.29 Special Price $10.79
  7. Mehaz® Professional Nail Clipper Mehaz® Professional Nail Clipper - Professional Curved
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    Mehaz 5 Cuticle Pusher Mehaz 5" Cuticle Pusher
    $16.39 Special Price $7.79
  9. Mehaz Professional Angled Straight Toenail Clipper Mehaz Professional Angled Straight Toenail Clipper
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How should I push back my cuticles?

To safely push back your cuticles first apply a quality cuticle remover and let soak. Using a cuticle pusher, gently push back the cuticle toward the base of your nail. Then wash off the remover with soap and water and trim the cuticle where necessary with a nail tool like the Mehaz 4” Cuticle Nipper. Follow up with a drop of oil like Cuccio Naturale Cuticle Revitalizing Complex to refresh and restore moisture to your nail bed.

How do you disinfect nail tools?

Cleaning and disinfecting nail tools is crucial to nail health whether in a salon or home setting. While simple soap and water is effective for a quick clean-up, soaking your implements in a disinfectant like Barbicide will eliminate most risk of infection. In a spa or salon environment, nail tools are often disinfected in a UV Sterilizer Cabinet at the end of the work day.

How can I heal skin damaged from tweezing?

After tweezing or any depilatory treatment, follow up with a skin soother like Satin Cool® Aloe Vera Gel or Cirépil® Blue Lotion Cleanser to reduce swelling and irritation. If the treated area remains significantly inflamed, discolored or is more seriously injured in any other way, apply a cool washcloth or ice pack and consult a dermatologist for further instruction.

When was the nail clipper invented?

According to the U.S. Patent Office, the first patent application for the modern day nail clipper was in 1875. This tool, however, was more like a file than the clippers we are familiar with today. In 1881, inventors Eugene Heim and Oelestin Matz were issued a patent for the spring-loaded device we now recognize as nail clippers.