If you like the quick results of a cuticle nipper but prefer a scissor-style grip, then this nipper will be a good choice. The blade length is between 6 and 7 mm (half jaw).
1. Wash your hands in warm, soapy water or use after a shower or bath. Clean, softened cuticles are the goal.
2. Gently push back your cuticles with a cuticle pusher or manicure stick. Remember to be gentle and only push back the excess that is creeping onto the nail plate.
3. Use the tips of the Cuticle Nipper to carefully trim the excess cuticle that has been pushed back.
It's best to keep your nippers clean and the action smooth. You can sterilize these nippers by swabbing the cutting edges with rubbing alcohol or you can wipe the tips with a dry cloth to remove debris. If the cutting action begins to feel less smooth, open the nippers wide and place a drop of oil in the joint. Work the oil in by gently closing and opening the handles. Then wipe any excess from the surface of the nippers with a cloth.