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    Updated on Aug 21, 2020. Posted on Aug 19, 2020

    Here's Everything You Need For An At Home Mani/Pedi

    Tools and products to make your at-home manicure easier than Sunday morning.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A microplane foot file to easily remove that dry cracked skin from your feet — look y'all, it's sandal season so let's all make a pact to not have our feet looking a mess even if we're just sitting at home.

    A customer review photo showing their heel before and after using the foot file.
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    Promising review: "I wouldn’t have believed it if I didn’t see it!!! In less than five minutes all of the dry dead skin came off. It didn’t hurt — didn’t need expensive paraffin treatments or foot soaks. I can’t believe I’ve struggled with dry heels for so long! Can’t express how amazing it feels to have smooth heels! It's easy to use. Quick! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!" —Teacher Mom

    Get it from Amazon for $9.95.

    2. A concentrated O'Keeffe's Working Hands Hand Cream capable of turning your cracked, dry fingers into the softest skin you've ever known.

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    The best time to apply for maximum results is after hand-washing, bathing, or at bedtime.

    Promising review: "Every winter, my fingers and knuckles crack and bleed. I've tried everything on the market to heal my hands. I received this hand cream yesterday and when I put it on, I could tell right away that this was better than anything I'd tried. This stuff started working immediately. I filled all the cuts and cracks on my hands with this cream, and today they are almost healed. I believe that this is the best hand cream ever made on earth." —Steve

    Get it from Amazon for $8.92.

    3. A pair of the legendary Baby Foot peel booties that'll have your feet looking so freaking gross but then feeling so amazingly soft — your summer sandals won't know what hit them.

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    Promising review: "So I normally get a pedicure every two weeks but with nonessential businesses being closed in NYC I have gone without one for seven weeks🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️. After reading the reviews I decided on this foot peel because it seemed to work for everyone else. I followed the directions and put on the booties (smelled heavenly and felt soothing) for an hour then washed my feet. According to the directions I would see my feet peeling in about five days. I kept forgetting to moisturize my feet properly after my showers but remembered once or twice. I had totally forgotten I even did the foot peel until I took off my black socks on day six and noticed a bunch of skin had flaked off onto the sock! I fixed myself a foot soak with warm water and sat my feet in it for about 10 minutes. When I pulled them out the peeling was insane! No pain, irritation, or discomfort of any kind at all. I gently scrubbed my feet with a foot loofah and when I was done my feet were brand-new and baby soft. I honestly cannot believe how amazing this product is!! Will definitely be treating myself to a peel every few months 😁😁😁😁" —massielfelix

    Get it from Amazon for $25 (also available in a moisturizing foot mask).

    4. A bubbling Conair foot spa which features a soothing vibrating massage, integrated splash guard, pinpoint massage attachment (for a gentle, targeted massage), and a toe-touch control so you literally don't have to lift a finger to control it...just a toe.

    The Conair foot spa.
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    Promising review: "Works as described! Heating/vibration (on and off) function keeps water warm — it does not heat but it kept my water warm for the 20 minutes I soaked and massaged my tired aching feet after working four 14-hour night shifts at the hospital in a busy PICU. I'm happy with my purchase! Also has a one year warranty. Better than filling two extra-large bowls with water and having it get cold after eight minutes. I highly recommend this product! :)" —Medusa King

    Get it from Amazon for $23.09+ (available in four colors).

    5. An easy to use gel polish starter kit with nearly everything you need to get the gel manicure of your dreams.

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    Set includes six gel nail polishes (7.5ml), a 48W LED nail lamp, three no wipe top coat gel base coat (7.5 ml), cuticle oil, a nail file, buffer, clipper, and two separators, a nail brush for hands and one for toes, and a cuticle fork and pusher.

    Promising review: "This was my first time ever using UV gel nail polish. I just put the polish on my natural nails as I do not use fake nails. It was an easy process but I had to look online for directions because none were included. Store gel polish never lasted me more than three days before chipping. In fairness, I am very active both indoors and out. Wow! this stays on through all my destructive activities. Yes, it lasts 14 days! I've done three manicures and all have lasted until I wanted a change of color." —Y. Eet

    Get it from Amazon for $37.99 (available in two color sets).

    6. A nourishing and conditioning Hard As Hoof Nail Strengthening Cream designed to help prevent splits, chips, peels, and cracks while helping them grow by using ingredients like calcium, vitamins, and hydrogenated jojoba oil.

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    Promising review: "This product is amazing!! As a lifelong nail-biter, I decided on my birthday this year to finally kick the habit. I bought this, as well as two no-bite polishes (Mavala Stop and No-Bite Pro-Growth). I started using this cream every night on my nails. With some will power and some horrible-tasting nail polish, this healed my destroyed, chewed, split nails and allowed them to finally grow. I have never been able to grow them without cracks and splits that kept them short and weak. I've tried other creams, polishes, acrylics, gels, meditation, the rubber band on the wrist, you name it. My nails are now strong and growing fast! This is my first real manicure on my natural nails! I now have a jar of this for home and one for work. I love it!!!" —HL1985

    Get it from Amazon for $7.94.

    7. A pair of gel toe separators to help spread out your toes and make nail polish application a little easier — plus the flexible material is super comfy and can be put in the fridge to get nice and cool if you're looking for a way to refresh your feet.

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    Promising review: "These are super cute and comfy. Much better than using cotton balls. I received them In two days. Bonus: the color is really pretty. Def worth the $4 if you’re going to be painting your toenails." —Vivian W.

    Get it from Amazon for $3.99.

    8. A kinda genius multi-way nail file designed with sides to buff, shine, shape, and file — all of which are clearly labeled and numbered so you know what you're supposed to do first!

    The nail file with different textures and labels showing at what step to use what side.
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    Promising review: "I don't file or buff my nails often. But when I got my nails done for my wedding, the aftermath of acrylic was brutal. So I ordered these and I loved them!!! The seven steps they provide gave my nails that healthy, shiny look again." —Amazon Customer

    Get a pack of 12 from Amazon for $7.99 (available in).

    9. A set of color-changing gel nail polishes that transforms depending on your "mood" — it's actually based on whether your hands are cold or hot, just wait until you hold your iced coffee for a little too long! You'll have a whole new manicure.

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    Promising review: "Love these! They last about two weeks. They do take a few coats otherwise they can be a bit transparent." —Sandie Mullins

    Get a set of six bottles from Amazon for $16.99 (available in two color sets).

    10. A pack of press-on Kiss Everlasting French press-on nails to give you that artisanal manicure you love from the comfort of right in front of your TV — I've actually been wearing this set for almost a week now and have had no problems. I've cooked, washed dishes, even pretended to clean and they stayed on perfectly. The one recommendation I'd give is to make sure and follow the directions provided (which are SO easy) and size out what nails fit what fingers before you start applying.

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    Promising review: "Ladies, trust me on this one — if you want to save some money on manicures (esp. acrylic french) these are such a great substitute. In fact, dare I say they might even look better than a manicure? They certainly last longer and they DO NOT chip. I was very skeptical at first thinking press on nails would look so fake/cheesy. I kept my expectations low and figured I'd give it a shot considering they're so cheap. And WOW! I'm super impressed. I bought some upgraded nail glue (brush on) called NYK1 Nail Bond that sells on Amazon to use with these nails. I haven't even tried the glue that came with them because I'm afraid of making a mess. Brushing it on is much simpler. Once I found the right size for each nail and glued them on it was like magic! They look SO REAL! I've had them on for over two weeks now and they're still securely glued in place and no chips. I figured after a couple of days they'd come off. I mean, come on....they're press-on nails, right? Nope! These really last! I didn't think I'd ever be giving a glowing review for press-on nails, but I had to give them credit! (FYI: the nail glue is no joke, it sticks immediately and you can't remove it — so be sure you put nails on as exact as possible)." —jen

    Get a set of 28 nails from Amazon for $3.97 (available in eight variations).

    11. A no-slip, easy-grip finger massager designed with two massage options to help increase circulation and mobility, reduce stiffness, and soothe arthritis pain — one side applies pressure to individual fingers stimulating blood flow while rolling out stiffness and the other side targets specific areas of pain in the fingers and hand. One of the things I miss most about getting my nails done is the fantastic hand massage my manicurist would spoil me with.

    A person using the finger massager on their thumb.
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    Promising review: "I actually like using it on the side of my poor arthritic fingers rather than over the top. I also found that it really feels good over my knuckles. I wasn't sure if it would reach that far (knuckle area) but it does. It feels good. Hand arthritis hurts and it is nice to have some relief." —M. V. Kolar

    Get it from Amazon for $9.98.

    12. A bottle of Mavala Stop — a handy little formula that's bitter but totally harmless, so every time you put your hands in your mouth it tastes so bad that you won't want to do it again! Right now is not the time to be putting your hands in your mouth but for some of us who are nail-biters it's really hard! Usually a fresh manicure would stop me and now it's gonna have to be this stuff.

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    Promising review: "It's a miracle! I am 45 years old and have tried every product over the years — my mom used to put everything imaginable on my fingernails to keep them out of my mouth, my grandma tried to pay me to grow my fingernails out, but still, here I was at 45 with horrible nails. This has been a miracle. I can't describe the taste but will just say that it makes me not want my hands anywhere near my face. Yes, it is difficult to eat finger food with this on — I went to Florida recently and had to have my husband peel my shrimp for me. :-) But, it is a small price to pay to break this habit. Photos are before and two weeks after using this product. I know they aren't long and beautiful yet but they are beautiful to me :-) and the longest they have ever been in my life!" —Laurie S.

    Get it from Amazon for $15.50.

    13. A fantastic little nail design pedestal with space to hold your polishes, brushes, files, remover...basically everything you need to paint your nails or get really creative and so some awesome nail art.

    A person using the nail design pedestal to paint their nails.
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    Promising review: "Just the hand rest part alone is worth the price — it is so helpful for painting my nails! To me the rest of it is just a bonus." —Louise

    Get it from Amazon for $26.99.

    14. A pair of five-toe moisturizing gel socks to really help your rough, dry, cracked, and callused feet find new light — the inner lining is made with smart gel and is so relaxingly comfy, just apply your favorite foot lotion or cream and then put these guys on.

    The moisturizing gel socks.
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    Promising review: "These are miracle-workers! I had read some reviews but wasn't expecting much, I was wrong! They are extremely comfortable and don't make my feet sweat. I cover my feet in lotion and head to bed, by the morning my feet are baby soft! It's like I had a high-end pedicure. They wash great and continue to do their job. You can't go wrong." —Leah S

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99+ (available in three sizes).

    15. A bottle of OPI Drip Dry you simply apply to the top of wet nails to help them along in their drying process — it also has Jojoba and antioxidant vitamin E which are great for your cuticles.

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    Promising review: "This stuff is awesome! I'm not sure how I'll be able to paint my nails again without using this stuff! Very simple to use. After applying my top coat I usually just need a small drop on each nail and then I just go lay on the couch and watch some TV or surf on my phone. Am I still cautious after using this product? Yes, but am I able to accidentally brush up a blanket or grab a drink without fear of smearing, smudging, or otherwise ruining my newly painted nails? Nope! Worth the cost! I bought this about three months ago and have painted my nails at LEAST twice a week (really hard on my nails, work in surgery so I repaint them all the time) and I still have a full bottle." —Hippos

    Get it from Amazon for $13.50+ (available in two sizes).

    16. A tube of Embryolisse Concentrated Lait Cream, a super-rich and nourishing lotion that will leave you with deliciously moisturized hands.

    A tube of Embryolisse Concentrated Lait Cream.
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    Promising review: "BEST moisturizer. I've tried $80 moisturizers that didn't work as well. I'm on my second tube so I'll be a returning customer. I also bought the smaller size for stocking stuffers this past Christmas and they were a big hit with all the ladies in the family. I bought a small size for travel this summer. Glad I stumbled across this mentioned in a blog from an American woman trying French beauty products." —Diana B

    Get it from Amazon for $16+ (available in two sizes).

    17. A gentle cuticle remover to help get rid of dry, overgrown cuticles without ever having to cut them. Just put it on, leave it on for a minute or so, and watch the cuticles surrender to your every whim.

    Reviewer's hand holding the cuticle remover bottle
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    Promising review: "Love it. I don't have super large cuticles but enough to be bothersome and I have never used any cuticle removers before so I definitely noticed a difference right away. I really don't mind the larger applicator. I put a washcloth down and just do my nails on that so it doesn't matter if it gets messy. Works pretty quickly too so I will definitely use this up and purchase again!" —Aundra-Lyn

    Get it from Amazon for $5.10.

    18. A simple but effective mini LED nail light so you can secure and dry your gel manicure just like they do in the salon — it's also just about the size of a cellphone so you can really take it anywhere.

    A collage of photos showing the mini LED nail light being used in multiple locations.
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    Promising review: "So I purchased a set of gel polish thinking I wouldn’t need an LED light, but turns out I did. I didn’t want to spend a lot on something so simple so I read the reviews for this product and tried it myself. I just did a polish test and I’m not disappointed at all! Now, I’m a Black woman and I want reassurance that a product will work like anyone else but I wanted real reviews!!! SIS YES THIS WORKS HUNNY!!!😂 How I did it: base coat and cure twice, polish and cure twice, one more coat of polish and of course cure twice again, finish it off with the topcoat and cure twice. The reason I cured twice for each coat is because I didn’t want a sticky finish. After the first cure I could still see my fingerprint on the polish after the second cure it was smooth sailing. And just the fact that this is easy to pack and not bulky you can polish your nails or anyone else’s on the go." —Kristal

    Get it from Amazon for $13.98. You can also check out a bunch of gel nail polish color options.

    19. A bottle of Sally Hansen No More Stains spray-on base coat great for adding that layer of protection for your nails so that those bold nail polish color choices don't end up staining — plus it's spray-on! No brush needed.

    The Sally Hansen No More Stains spray-on base coat.
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    Promising review: "This for sure makes nail polish stay on longer. I used it for the toes which usually peel up. After one week the polish hasn’t budged at all. The spray makes it so easy to use on toes but you can use it on fingers too. I’m assuming it’s just a dehydrator and not an actual polish because it disappears off the surrounding skin by the time it’s dry." —Amara

    Get it from Amazon for $6.98.

    20. A 13-piece manicure set complete with files, clippers, buffers, cuticle pushers, and a sturdy carrying case so you have everything you need to trim, file, cut, and perfect your nails.

    The 13 piece manicure set.
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    Promising review: "I don't have the time or the money to get my nails done at the salon. I decided to invest in this nail kit and I'm so glad I did. It has all the files, clippers, and tools I need to do a nice job on my nails at home! Happy with the quality of the clippers and the files. Now I can prep my nails for gel nail from the comfort of my own couch." —SaraBear

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99+ (available in two colors).

    21. A water-resistant extra coarse electronic foot file that is capable of buffing away that thick hard skin on the bottom of your feet. It has three 360-degree spinning roller heads with diamond crystals that really get up in there and an LED light so you can see difficult angles.

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    Promising review: "Wow!! I could never get the results I got with this electric callus remover with my nonelectric one. No way! Amazing!!! I let my feet get so bad during this lockdown. I’m amazed! Love this product!! I used it plugged in on dry feet. Powerful!!!!!!" —Yvette, mommy of 2

    Get it from Amazon for $25.69.

    22. A jar of hydrating and exfoliating Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrub to really give your skin the same gentle exfoliation it gets at the salon. It's made with shea butter, avocado oil, sweet almond oil, orange oil, and a few seed oils to really condition the skin while it buffs away any dry flakiness.

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    Promising review: "This stuff is absolutely amazing, I used it in the shower once all over and I was soft and smelled like an island baby. it doesn't come with a foil lid or anything. It doesn't leave a slick residue on the shower or skin either. Super soft and nice. Thick texture and I was surprised how big the container is." —aari.

    Get it from Amazon for $5.99+ (available in seven scents).

    23. A bottle of light but deeply penetrating Cuccio Naturalé Milk & Honey Cuticle Revitalizing Oil made with rich oils designed to soften and hydrate cuticles — plus, it comes in a really pretty cylindrical bottle that'll look great on your makeup table.

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    Promising review: "First, you should know how wonderful this smells. I honestly would eat it if I could because it smells that good. I wish there was a lotion or body oil that smelled like this so I could use it everywhere. As for the conditioning properties, it works great, my cuticles have never been in better shape. Absolutely love this product." —Destiny T

    Get it from Amazon for $6.79+ (available in two scents).

    24. A bottle of uber-popular Callus Remover gel — just soak your feet for two to three minutes in hot water, dry them, then apply a thick layer of the gel to the callused area and let it sit for three minutes. Wipe it off and then use the foot scrubber. Once you rinse off the residue and dead skin you'll see just how incredible the results can be.

    A bottle of the Callus Remover gel next to a before and after photo of someone who used it on their feet.
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    Promising review: "Man looka here, when I tell you it works, it really works. I'm a truck driver for a living, I'm at work all day and I really don't have the time to go to the nail spa. I'm not going to lie, the bottom of my feet were hard, cracked, and dry — I was embarrassed about it. I showed my feet to my grandma one day and she got on my ass about it because my feet were so bad. At the time it was hard for me to walk. I have to give Amazon all the glory here because I went to all the major department stores and couldn't find what I needed. I found this product and I also purchased a foot file and a pair of gel moisturizing socks." —Lavish Rich

    Get it from Amazon for $16.87.

    25. A set of editTime acrylic stiletto false nails that are super easy to apply (just press on with the provided glue or use your own) while being sturdy enough to last and last.

    A hand with the false nail applied.
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    Promising review: "Absolutely THE BEST full-nail glue on false nails I’ve ever purchased, and I’ve purchased many expensive nail sets in the past. I’ve been wearing these at least a month, even painted them. I type all day, and these hold up beautifully." —Rachel M.

    Get a 24 piece set from Amazon for $6.99 (available in 20 colors).

    26. A gentle and exfoliating body brush you can use wet or dry to massage, smooth skin, and scrub to perfection — look if it works for this little piggy, it'll definitely work for your tired piggies.

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    Promising review: "I bought this for my baby Stacy, she has terribly dry and flaky skin. When I bathe her I make sure to scrub her back with this and it works well! To wash Stacy it's not a problem since she has more space to rub this on LOL. My cute baby enjoys being cleaned and scrubbed. So this is a huge plus to helping her skin get healthy and clear up, especially when her coat is changing. I like it a bunch, it's not too hard for her. Stacy loves it." —Peaches

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    27. Ella + Mila soy nail polish remover made using lavender essential oil to moisturize nails and without any acetone or harsh acetates that can often dry out your skin and damage your nails and cuticles — plus it actually really works. It's also vegan and cruelty-free.

    A customer review photo of them holding the remover with clear nails.
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    Promising review: "I use this polish to remove Color Street nail strips. This. Actually. Works!! 😱 I used to have a huge process of remover and cotton balls and nail clips and soaking and blah blah blah. But now, it takes me five minutes total to get the polish off all 10 nails. I place about a tsp of remover in a Ziploc bag and then place the bag in warm water so that the water cannot get into the bag. Then I put my nails in the bag and started rubbing my nails with my fingers. Then repeat with my other hand. After five minutes, all the polish was gone and the only clean up I had was to throw a bag away! When finished, I definitely had oily fingertips which is expected since the remover clearly says it has multiple oils in it! BUT the oily feeling went away by just rinsing my hands under the faucet. I think the smell is great too. No complaints. Overall, I think this is a great option and I highly recommend!" —Lauren

    Get it from Amazon for $11.49.

    28. A 3-pound bag of Tree Hut Shea Moisturizing Epsom Salt in their coconut lime formula which is designed to give your tired feet some much-needed relief — you can use it in the tub too. One reviewer noted how great soaking in it made their hamstrings feel after an injury.

    A bag of the Tree Hut Shea Moisturizing Epsom Salt.
    Amazon

    Promising review: "I love the Coconut Lime smell. The aroma really smells good in my bathroom and drifts into the bedroom. I find this Epsom salt to be very calming in addition to helping with aching muscles. I absolutely love these products!!!" —Penelope W.

    Get it from Amazon for $6.49 (available in two varieties).

    29. A concentrated O'Keeffe's Healthy Feet Foot Cream for anyone who is tired of dealing with cracked, dry heels and just wants some of the softest skin ever.

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    The best time to apply for maximum results is after bathing and at bedtime.

    Promising review: "My heels have been in awful shape for years and I felt like I had tried everything but low and behold O’Keeffe’s did the trick. I apply the cream two times a day: after I shower and before bed and it’s made such a difference. My feet still need a little work but I see a huge improvement in just the three weeks I’ve been using the cream. There is a week between each picture." —CV

    Get it from Amazon for $9.32.

    30. An essential pack of lint-free cotton wipes you might already have at home but just in case these are great to help you get the most of your nail polish remover while you scrub away your old chipped polish.

    A pack of the cotton wipes.
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    Promising review: "I use these for cleaning off my nails after gel polish and to clean off my stamp plates. They don’t leave lint behind, which was why I wanted them. These will last probably a year for me, and I do my nails about once every two weeks, sometimes more." —alina sanchez

    Get a bag of 500 from Amazon for $6.99.

    31. A set of reusable nail clips to make removing your gel and acrylic nails almost too easy. Just soak some cotton swabs with nail polish remover, place that on top of your nails, and then clip these bad boys over them to secure them in place. So easy.

    A hand with the nail clips over the nails.
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    Promising review: "I had dipping powder on my nails and because of the stay-at-home mandate for the virus, I was unable to go to a nail salon. I tried removing the polish by using tin foil wrapped around my nails, but it didn't do the job. I tried this product, thinking, 'What do I have to lose?' It worked like a charm! After doing my left hand, my husband had to help me put the right one on. These clips stayed in place, and I was able to get all that hardened dipping powder off my nails. It's difficult to do both hands if you don't have someone to help with the other hand, so I suggest doing one hand at a time." —Mary

    Get a set of 10 from Amazon for $3.99+ (available in four colors).

    32. An ingrown toenail treatment to help deal with the unsightliness and uncomfortableness caused by excessive nail curvature — it's actually a little brace that you apply across your nail, it acts as a spring and applies a gentle force to help straighten the nail and alleviate the pressure from the side of the toenail.

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    Promising review: "It is really amazing how quickly this worked for me. After having both my big toenails 100% removed as a kid due to ingrown nails, they never grew back the same again. One was OK, but the left toe was so painful as it grew extremely curved and caused a lot of dead skin to grow under it. After reading about this product, I decided it would be worth the $50. After using this product for only two weeks, it is completely uncurved! It's insane! The most important thing about this product is ordering the CORRECT SIZE BAND/STRIP!!!! Another tip is to paint over the strip with clear nail polish, it helps it last longer." —Guerrero Clan

    Get a pack of 10 transparent braces from Amazon for $44.99.

    33. A pair of copper-infused arch supports for help with swelling and the increase of circulation while also helping with arch and heel issues by lifting the plantar fascia tissue.

    A person wearing the arch supports on their feet.
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    Promising review: "I put these on after they came in the mail, wore them for about an hour, then as I was resting on the couch, I fell into the kind of deep sleep that one only dreams of. This was the most epic, most restorative nap I can remember. The kind of nap Joey Tribbiani and Ross Geller had in Friends. I am kinda afraid to take them off now. I wear them with my flip-flops, under my socks in tennis shoes, and to bed. My feet feel great. As for whether or not they contributed to my most perfect nap, I don't know for sure, but I'm rolling with it." —Texas Sandra Dee

    Get it from Amazon for $13.95.

    34. And a 48-bottle nail polish holder – it just might change the way you organize your ever-growing collection of polishes.

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    This holds 48 bottles and is double-sided, so you can always see all of your colors.

    Promising review: "This is better than advertised. All my bottles fit perfectly in the standard size boxes. My Julep colors fit two in a compartment! The first row has adjustable dividers, you can use them to keep odd-shaped bottles or do what I do: use one side for my nail stamper, dotting tools, and the drying drops and the other for foam wedges and nail pens. It looks way neater easily tucked under my vanity instead of the baskets and baskets of polishes I had to hunt through!" —Clouds

    Get it from Amazon for $27.89 (available in two colors).

    See you all on the flip side with perfect nails.

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