Aura Sleek Callus, Corn and Ingrown Toe Nail Remover

SKU# 40073

Aura Sleek Callus, Corn and Ingrown Toe Nail Remover

SKU# 40073
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Aura Sleek is a podiatry tool designed for home use. Treat Ingrown toenails, calluses, and corns and achieve flawless results in the comfort of your own home.
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Aura Sleek Callus, Corn and Ingrown Toe Nail Remover
$149.99
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This product is HSA eligible

Aura Sleek is a podiatry tool designed for home use. Treat Ingrown toenails, calluses, and corns and achieve flawless results in the comfort of your own home.

The Aura Sleek comes with 10 high-quality sapphire and felt attachments. The bright LED light ensures the best possible view of the area to be treated and the ergonomic design prevents it from slipping off during treatment.

For even more comfort and flexibility, the integrated, high-performance lithium-ion battery provides up to 2 hours of wireless treatment.

Take your health to the next level with HSA eligible Foot Grooming & Treatments products.

Benefits:

  • Quickly and painlessly removes corns, calluses, and ingrown toenails

Features:

  • Bi-directional rotation for right and left-handed users
  • Cordless and rechargeable
  • Integrated LED for easier operation

Includes:

  • Carrying case
  • 10 high-quality sapphire attachments for various purposes

Read user manual before use.

Please note that we are unable to ship this product outside the contiguous United States. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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