Glass Cuticle Pusher and Remover

$8.00

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Raise a glass for picture-perfect manicures. Our Glass Cuticle Remover is the utensil you never knew you needed. This dual-sided tool can be used to gently clean up, push back and file away excess cuticles in all of those hard-to-reach places. For best results, soak fingers in warm water or treat with a few drops of moisturizer to soften the cuticle. The skin in these areas are very delicate, so please use extreme caution to prevent injury.
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4.9 Based on 9 Reviews
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DA
09/24/2020
Donna A.
United States United States
Awesome

I used this the very first time after watching the video and WOW! It sure cleaned up my cuticles nicely and very easy.

DM
09/24/2020
Donna M.
United States United States
Great Product

This is a thinner version of a glass cuticle pusher I have used. This one works so much better. It’s smaller size makes it easier to remove the cuticle

BR
09/19/2020
Becky R.
United States United States
Love!

Does a great job of cleaning everything up!

LS
09/17/2020
Leesha S.
United States United States
who knew I needed this?

I never knew how much I needed this glass cuticle pusher! It makes all my manis look better because it removes all the "stuck on" cuticle! It helps clean up after I finish my mani, too! I start every new mani cleaning my cuticles with this pusher before I do anything else. It's the one took I never knew I NEEDED!

C
09/09/2020
Cathy
United States United States
Highly recommend

I got this in a subscription box and really like it! Never really liked doing my cuticles....until now. And the pointed end works well in the ditch (the area along the sides of the nail).

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