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TWEEZERMAN

Tweezerman Callus Shaver and Rasp

Made in Germany. Features laminated 2 sided razor blade to plane down corns & calluses.
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Specifications

Specifications

 

Overview

Overview

Made in Germany. Features laminated 2 sided razor blade to plane down corns & calluses.

Features

  • Razor blade is ice hardened, tempered and laminated
  • Callus Rasp snaps right over the Shaver

Directions

Best used on moist skin. Draw Shaver across the corn or callus in a shavingmotion to remove thin layers of dead skin. Do not shave live skin. After shavingcorns or calluses, snap Rasp onto head of Shaver and work back and forth overcallused area to smooth skin.

How to change blade:

  1. Lay on flat hard surface.
  2. Hold sides, push handle forward.
  3. Lift.
  4. Insert new blade. Hold sides, press down on handle and pull towards you.

Brand: TWEEZERMAN
Model No: 5085-R
Folica SKU: P8394
Weight: 0.1 lb
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Most Helpful Reviews

I Agree With Andrea

I took me awhile to figure out how to use it without any instruction, and when I did, I wasnt impressed with the result. Since Im little too embarrased to return the product with my dead skins on it. … Read More

Jan 31, 2008
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Callus Shaver How To?!

I cannot figure out how to use this! Where is the blade? When I attempt to use it, it is as if there is no blade...nothing happens. Read More

Amp C. Nov 7, 2012
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Caution!

For best results soak feet first in water as hot as you can bear then use the razor on softened skin. Use a sidewards sweeping motion for the sides of feet--DO NOT aim shaver downward. Use downward motion only on back of heels. I do shave somewhat 'live' skin. I shave the sides of my big toe, on top of my toes, because the skin tends to get hard. I shave the ball of my foot coming as close to the point where the underside of my foot meets toes. Perhaps these areas, are best left to… Read More

Deb W. from Nyc Aug 17, 2010
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