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Change dull, boring manicures into magnificent works of art in no time. An economical little brush that does a great job on nails. The ecoTools bamboo-derived Nail Brush is a super soft brush made of sustainable bamboo-derived. Cruelty-free bristles help clean under nails. The ecoTools bamboo-derived Nail Brush is and recyclable. It smoothens out rough nail edges and shapes both fingernails and toenails. This brush does a good job of preparing your nails for a pedicure and manicure.
- • Two levels of coarseness
• Made with a highly sustainable bamboo-derived handle
• Cruelty free bristles help clean under nails
Use ecoTools bamboo-derived Nail Brush to remove dirt and unwanted grit underneath your nails.
A Closer Look: With ecoTools bamboo-derived Nail Brush, create gorgeous, detailed designs on nails. ecoTools bamboo-derived Nail Brush prepares your nails for pedicure and manicure
Top Customer Reviews
Unfortunately, the bristles just don't work for getting under nails. I garden a lot, so I need something that can hold form while getting under my nails. This brush just can't do it. The bristles bend and give. The cheap plastic one it replaced still got under my nails after years of abuse.
This is less damning, but the brush is also a little small for fitting into your hand, making it a little hard to get a hard scrub.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This works fine enough at first, but the bristles are just too soft for it to be effective after a few uses. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Paul J.
Man, you just can't stop mold and mildew. Didn't take long before I had to throw this out.Published 1 month ago by Katie S.
great scrub brush to get dirt out under the finger nails. very durable as have had one for several years.Published 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
I like this nail brush, not sure why ecotools quite selling on their site as I would prefer not to use amazon. Read morePublished 11 months ago by katherine a Sauer-Bishop
There is nothing actually wrong with it but the bristles are a bit soft. It doesn't seem to work as well as the cheap plastic ones I've used in the past.Published 14 months ago by Ms Lixie