Best Toe Nail Correction Tools

Updated September 2020
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Few things are more irritatingly uncomfortable – much less unattractive – than misshapen toenails. From ingrown nails to thick, bumpy ones, a toe nail correction tool can help your feet get back to sandals in no time (or just stop with the ouch factor when they bump against something). You can buy toenail correction tools in sets for tools with various purposes (clippers, nail files, cleaning pads, cases), or just a single tool to help with ingrown nails. Pay attention to the size and weight of the product before you buy – especially if you need a compact one for travel. Most cost about $10.

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