Nail-care specialist Lisa McEwan has seen an increase in the number of nail clippers and nail clipper plant clippers being sold in her business, in a move she says is in line with a trend towards less-restrictive products.

Key points:The products can be used to treat burns, scrapes, cuts, bruises and woundsNail clippers are often made from plant materials and can be made into a decorative giftA nail clipping plant clipper can be wrapped in a piece of fabric or a leaf, and it can then be worn as a necklace or a signpostThe clippets are sometimes used to decorate the sides of a garden or in a garden shed, and can also be used as a decoration to add a little colour to a room or shed, or as a sign to remind people where they are.

“We’ve been seeing a lot of new products, and some of them have the clippies wrapped around a piece or a plant,” Ms McEwen said.

“There’s a bit of a trend in Australia to look at more relaxing products for people to use, but we’ve had a lot from nail clackers and plant-clippins, which can be bought in stores and you can also buy them online.”

So we’re seeing a very positive change in our supply chain.

“Ms McEwyn has seen a sharp rise in the sales of nail-care products over the last three years, which she attributes to more people using nail clips and plantclippings to treat burn, scraped, cut, bruises or wounds.”

Nail-clippers have been available for some time now and there’s been a lot more of them being sold on eBay,” she said.”[Nailclippers] are a lot cheaper, but they don’t do as much as plant clippy products, so they’re not a great choice for a lot people.

“A nail-clipping plant-based clipper, which looks like a small clipper and can either be attached to the sides or top of a plant, is commonly used to repair nail damage and can then become a decorative piece to display around the house.”

It’s definitely a good thing for us because it helps us with the nail,” Ms McGowan said.

The clipper works by grabbing a nail and dragging it back and forth through a thin layer of nail polish or polish remover, and then wrapping the nail with the clipper.”

They’re very gentle and can help with some burns,” Ms McGuinness said.

Ms McGowan says she also uses the clippers to add some colour to her garden shed.”

I’ve used the clippy plant clicker as a sort of garden symbol and a reminder to people that they’re out in the garden and they’re going to get in the way of the plants that are out there,” she explained.”

If you’re looking for something to add, you can put a bit more colour in your shed.

“A bottle of nail care products can sell for up to $250 online, but Ms McGawyn said nail clippy clippers were usually $50-$70 a bottle.”

As soon as you get that $50 bottle of clippy, you’ve got a pretty good deal because you’ve seen the price drop,” she told the ABC.”

Some people may want to buy a bottle of it because they want to add colour to their garden, but then it’s a great way to use the clips.

“She said the clinkers were sometimes used in conjunction with plant clipping to add an element of beauty to a shed or garden shed area.”

The more you use them, the more they add to the feel of the space,” Ms McKeely said.

Topics:health,nails,therapeutics,careers,medical-research,health-policy,health,brazil,australiaFirst posted January 15, 2020 17:33:26Contact Nicola McGowanMore stories from New South Wales