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VITRY CUTTING NAIL BABY SECURITY COLOR REF 1055NO
Specially designed to cut baby's nails with precision and comfort.
Description VITRY CUTTING NAIL BABY SECURITY COLOR REF 1055NO
Vitry Coupe Nail Baby Safety Color Ref 1055NOU has been designed to facilitate the cutting of the nails of the infant , without risk of injury or inflammation.
A nail clipper equipped with a 30 ° swivel head and a safety notch to prevent any risk of injury and inflammation.
VITRY CUTTING TIPS BABY SECURITY COLOR REF 1055NO
Simply insert the baby's fingernail into the space provided before cutting.
Composition VITRY CUTTING NAIL BABY SECURITY COLOR REF 1055NO
Precaution of use
- Remember to position the baby's finger in the slot before cutting his nails.
- Suitable only for babies 1 month and older.
Presentation of VITRY CUTTING NAIL BABY SECURITY COLOR REF 1055NO
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Our expert advice in pharmacy
When can we start cutting baby's nails ?
If the newborns who have come to term often have long fingernails, however, the maternities recommend waiting at least 1 month before cutting them. Because the nails of the babies at birth are soft, wait rather that they harden a little, in order to avoid a possible infection, a whitlow.