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Tweezerman Stainless Steel Ingrown Hair Splintertweeze

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414 customer reviews

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About the Product
  • Stainless steel
  • Perfectly aligned tips
  • Allows for surgical precise tweezing.
  • Portable and practical

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Product Description

With ultra-sharp, perfectly aligned elongated points, the Ingrown Hair/Splinter Tweezer is unsurpassed. Keep one in your medicine cabinet and one for your toolbox.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 0.2 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000EMYHA8
  • UPC: 094828300091 038097130461
  • Item model number: 1304-h
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (414 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,264 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

Important Information

Safety Warning
Clean Tweezer after each use. Keep cap on between uses to protect the tips.

Can be used for the following skin conditions: Hair Removal

Stainless Steel, Enamel Finish

For splinters, clean the affected area with soap and water, dip the tweezers in alcohol to sterilize, use needle points of the tweezer to grab the splinter and back it out gently. After particle is removed, disinfect the area with hydrogen peroxide. To remove ingrown hairs, wash area with soap and water, dip the tweezer in alcohol to disinfect, and use tip of tweezer to isolate the ingrown hair. Tweeze hair out gently in the direction of hair growth.

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

128 of 137 people found the following review helpful By James D. Kimble on October 9, 2006
The tips of these things are like SHARP needles, and they are perfect for "isolating ingrown hairs" beneath the skin. Like the other reviewer, I found it difficult at times to pluck hairs using the needle-like tip of the tool.

The trick is to use the flat area of the tweezer, located just "before" the tips are tapered into points; from there you can grip the hair well enough to pluck it. It's enough of a hassle that I ordered a pair of Tweezerman's slanted-cut tweezers to do the "heavy lifting" plucking, and will use these for the precision work (that is, isolating the hair or splinter or bullet fragment.)

Make certain you keep the clear-plastic tube that covers the tips in the packaging. You will need something to keep from poking things as you retreive or sanitize them. I skewered the tube the first time I tried to use it to cover the tips, so I need to find some kind of alternative sheath for travel.

Anyway, I've had them almost a month and I'm very impressed at how well they hold their edge. The packaging material promises Tweezerman will gladly grind (re-sharpen) the tips for free -- you only pay postage. They're replace a broken or "soiled" tool for a flat $5 + postage, FWIW.
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98 of 106 people found the following review helpful By E. Hinsch on October 27, 2006
Can't believe I didn't check Amazon's price first. I paid nearly twice this price locally to get these, and I now have 3 pairs: 1 for the bathroom, 1 for my purse (chin hair emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere) and a spare pair in case the tips get bent (Tweezerman will sharpen and straighten tips for a very small fee).

Bottom line: I've used these for several years and they are the absolute best for ingrown chin hairs (menopausal women know very well what I'm talking about) and essential for splinters. And 9 bucks is a great price for something so indispensable. I plan never to be without a pair within easy reach for the rest of my days, and I really don't say that about much.
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44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By B. Godwin on June 3, 2008
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For guys that have curly facial hair, this is a must because of the ingrown hairs that eventually occur. I will often get these on my neck and this product has been perfect for quickly and easily removing those. The tweezers are wide and secure in my hand which allow more control in the process. Before buying these I would sometimes have to use a straight pin along with regular tweezers to access the ingrown hair. The tips of this product are so fine that I no longer need to jab at my neck with a pin. Also if I catch a hair that has just begun to grow back under my skin, these will easily lift those out before it becomes a problem. However, if you are bleeding, make sure you stop that first because I have found these tend to lose grip when the hair and or tweezers are a little slick from blood. Don't they all?

The interior portion does not have any ridges but has been machined in such a way that it provides excellent grip when the hair is dry. Since the tips are so fine it can sometimes be hard to grasp those properly but when you do, one pull is all that's needed. For splinters, these are a must! Even with a little bleeding these have done the job very quickly and without causing anymore damage to the surrounding skin.

I would warn you that if your hands shake these are probably not the best tweezers to purchase. Since they are so precise, you have to be as well. The tips on these things are needle-like. You need a steady hand and good hand/eye coordination and for obvious reasons, don't use these anywhere around your eyes. For me, they have proven invaluable but I realize these tweezers might not be the best choice for everyone. If these don't work great for you, it will very likely be the operator, not the product. I don't even attempt to tweeze hairs if I have the coffee jitters.
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Maryam H. Moulai on March 17, 2011
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I bought these tweezers to replace my old Tweezerman Splintertweeze tweezers. They are not the same at all. The tips are not nearly as pointed (too wide to use precisely) or as flush (won't grasp well). I have always sworn by Tweezerman, but it seems like the quality of their products has really been declining lately. Being fairly clumsy I often ruin my tweezers by dropping them, and it seems like each replacement pair I buy is worse than the last. I bought my first Splintertweeze because I was sorely disappointed by a very dull pair of Point tweezers that I bought to replace my old ones, and now this new Splintertweeze is almost as bad as those Point tweezers were! I am sure that somebody who is used to drugstore tweezers would probably find these a nice upgrade, but if you're used to Tweezerman quality, beware. It ain't what it used to be.
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51 of 59 people found the following review helpful By TT on October 16, 2006
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I purchased a pair of these tweezers to help me fix a very delicate gold chain necklace that had gotten tangled. No other tool in the house was effective, but once I got these, I was able to fix the necklace very easily.

What makes these tweezers so great is that they have a sharp tip that is very good at holding on to whatever it grabs. They also hold their shape (i.e. they don't bend) like other tweezers do. I use these tweezers now for all my "tweezing" needs.

I think everyone should have a pair of these tweezers on hand.
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