Crystal Glass Foot File - Get your feet ready for sandal weather!
Summer is coming....eventually....and this amazing glass foot file is just what is needed to get your tootsies ready for sandals!
- Gently and safely removes dead skin cells and painful calluses.
- The fine side of the scraper cleanses and softens the skin.
- Use both dry and underwater.
Clean the Unique Antibacterial Surface of the file with warm soapy water after each use to remove any skin residue.
6.5 inches long. 7 mm thick. Available in Red, Black, Lime Green, Light Blue and Pink.
ALL THE DETAILS!
- The material (‘Float’ flat glass, precisely etched during manufacturing process) has no harmful effects on the human body. It does not contain any heavy metals or other undesirable elements or additives.
- The filing surface is made from a single piece of material (glass) through a chemical process that eliminates the need for bonding agents. It is non-porous and therefore doesn’t collect any bacteria.
- Unlike many other products (especially paper or metal products), the filing surface of the glass nail file does not wear down.
- The filing surface is extremely easy to maintain because a glass file is not harmed by contact with water or other liquids (e.g., disinfectants). It can be repeatedly sanitized (in the professional environment) or simply washed with running water and soap.
- Even if the product breaks (e.g., due to an exaggerated bend or a fall), because the edges of the nail file are blunt, there is little possibility of injury.
- The crystal tempered glass nail file (especially the 200 mm type) may also be used to remove hardened skin from the soles of feet. Amazing for diabetics, as the injury of their feet can be life threatening.
- After being submerged in water, the file may be used for shaping and sharpening all types of artificial nails. With proper maintenance, it can be used repeatedly in salons and spas.
- Tested and approved by professional institutions and by individual consumers across Europe.
- In 1998, this glass nail file won first prize (the Golden Crystal) at Silicium Bohemica — an international exhibition in Prague.