When it comes to caring for your precious child’s nails, having the right tool is a must! The Nail Snail is safe and easy to use for tear-free nail cutting. The Nail Snail lets you cut your child’s nails accurately and with confidence, reducing stress for the both of you.
Simple, effective and safe, the Nail Snail makes trimming nails a breeze. This multi-purpose design offers complete fingernail and toenail care for your young child (recommended age: newborn – five years). The fun snail shape and noiseless cutting edge means your child won’t mind having their nails trimmed. The Nail Snail is designed to provide greater control and accuracy for safe, fast and easy nail cutting.
Trimming Fingernails (one-year-old)
We all know what a challenge trimming tiny nails can be. Traditional baby nail clippers make it impossible to see if you’re cutting nails or fingers! Biting nails can cause infection and easily spread nasty germs and using just a nail file takes ages! Designed in Australia by a mum of two (soon to be three), the Nail Snail is a revolutionary new concept in baby care. The Nail Snail is safe, clean and quick!
Nicola G (mother of one, 18 months): “The Nail Snail makes cutting baby nails so easy. The first time I tried cutting my daughter’s nails with a normal set of ‘baby’ clippers I accidentally cut her finger – and so ensued our current method of dad biting off her nails! When I tried the Nail Snail and saw how easy it is to use – and how unlikely to cut a tiny finger – all I wanted to know was where can I get one?!?! It slides effortlessly across tiny fingernails, no crying involved and no cut fingers. What a winner!”
In order to prevent your child scratching themselves and you, their fast growing nails will require regular trimming. Trimming your little one’s nails can be a bit unnerving, especially at first, but keeping nails short is important to your baby’s wellbeing. Infants can accidently scratch and cut their own delicate skin. It’s also important to keep babies’ nails trimmed once they start interacting and playing with other children who could be scratched, especially in childcare settings.