Just watch the Scholl Velvet Smooth™ Electronic Nail Care System how-to video.
You need 1 AA battery which is included with a new device.
Yes, of course you can. For hygienic reasons some people prefer a separate set of heads for toenails.
They last for up to 12 weeks depending on how often they are used.
Sure. You will find tips on nail shapes in our Scholl Velvet Smooth Electronic Nail Care System how-to video.
Talk to your doctor first.
File whenever you feel the need for it. Remember that nails grow faster than in the summer than in the winter.
For buffing: Whenever you feel ridges or other imperfections, the buff head will do the job, but don’t overdo it. We recommend that you buff each nail not more than 15 seconds every 2 weeks.
For polishing: Whenever the shine has gone you can use the white shine head to give your nails a fresh shine.
To prolong the shine: you can enhance the shine with our nail and cuticle oil.
You can buy the Scholl Velvet Smooth™ Electronic Nail Care device, refill heads and the nail and cuticle oil at your local supermarket, pharmacy and online. Just check the location of the other Scholl foot care products and different nail care products such as nail files, nail buffers or manicure sets.
A damp cloth will do it for the electronic nail pen (remember that it is not waterproof). The single file heads however can be rinsed under water once they are removed from the nail pen.
The design is not waterproof. The reason is quite simple: Filing, buffing and polishing nails require dry nails. Wet nails are too soft.
Firstly, use the filing head for getting your nails into the desired shape. Secondly, even out imperfections with the buffing head. Then, ensure a nice and healthy shine with the polishing head.
First, it comes with a handy brush, so you avoid any mess while applying it. The brush allows you to apply a thin film directly on your nail and cuticle. Second, it contains Vitamin E and 7 different oils which are known for their nourishing properties.
Preferably dispose of the old heads in residual waste containers. There are no special requirements for the disposal of old heads.
No. Babies' nails are too soft to be filed or buffed. Also, we don't feel that it is necessary for babies.
Once your battery is dead, you can unscrew the base and replace the used battery with a new one.