edoswyfe: I can't find it to buy....what do you call it when searching for it?
go Fish: I couldn’t find these for sale anywhere, so I decided to make some from hair barrettes/ bobby pins. I made them using two needle nose pliers, nail polish remover to remove the paint, and a nail file to smooth out the sharp edges. I used it for a few hours yesterday evening after soaking in warm Epsom salt water and it really flattened out the nail. I used Goody brand bobby pins part# 01465 that I found at a local store.
Dothan Kim: do I have to go to a doctor to get this? or can I buy this somewhere and do it myself?
RSH21: Does it come in different sizes? Everyones toe is different how do you choose the right size
tetranode0: does this work? my toenail was ingrown, but now the nail rubs against the skin because its curved down from when it was ingrown...
nicolesamsonite: whats the point of this? is it for ingrown nails?
Lea n Ale: is it hurting ?
Mia a: Anyone looking for this google "CurveCorrect" they have them available
Joylyn Day: It looks like a small hair clip to me...
Cathy Baker: Thank you for posting this. I've searched this product and cannot find it anywhere. Would you please provide more information on the product?
cydoc: anyone know where can I buy this now? It is not on ebay anymore.
Darrell Hass: Well I did a reverse google image search using a few frames from your video and only found "toenail straightening clip" as the name in the US and Yes, they are not easy to find. Hope that helps
Toenail Straightening Spring Clip for Curved or Ingrown Toenails5
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