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
Bado Seroy: can't find "homeopathicsolutions" in ebay.com. it would be more helpful if Jason Wilson can give us a link to the store.
Toenail Straightening Spring Clip for Curved or Ingrown Toenails5
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