5 Features Mums Will Love in the New Eonian Care Baby Nail Trimmer Pro

When it comes to caring for your little one, there are certain tasks that need to be accomplished sooner rather than later. One of them is trimming your baby’s teeny tiny nails.

Baby fingernails grow surprisingly fast from infancy to toddlerhood, so you might find their hands ready for their first “manicure” in their first week of life. After three weeks, the little nails harden and finally stop growing quickly.

Keeping baby fingernails short is essential for your bub’s safety. They still lack muscle control and can easily scratch themselves while waving their hands and feet. It’s also important to prevent dirt and grime from creeping up beneath the nail.

What is the best way to trim a baby’s nails?

If you’re looking for a safe and gentle way to trim baby nails, the Eonian Care Rechargeable Electric Baby Nail Trimmer Pro is a must have. This upgraded baby nail trimmer has new features specifically designed for little hands and feet that will have mums raving when they try it. Here are some of them:

  1. Hidden trimmer

This baby nail trimmer has a non-protruding filer that ensures safe and painless clipping and buffing of tiny fingernails. The curved opening and rounded corners also mimic the shape of nails to prevent accidental injury and provide a comfortable trimming experience. Choose from the 2 speed modes available and easily switch with one click. 
  1. Rechargeable battery

Never worry about running out of battery again. This trimmer comes with a rechargeable battery that can be powered up via USB.


  1. Built in night light

The best time to clip a baby’s fingernails is when they are asleep, drowsy or very calm. This handy tool comes with a night light so you can safely and quietly trim those little nails without disturbing their sleep. 
  1. Convenient dispenser

Trimming on the go? The Eonian Care Rechargeable Electric Baby Nail Trimmer Pro has hidden storage so you can clip your nails with ease. Once a litter bin is available, you can quickly dispose of the nail clippings!

  1. Light and portable

Thanks to its mini design, this trimmer is easy to slip into your diaper bag, so you can trim baby fingernails whenever opportunities arise. Clip while they’re asleep in the stroller, in the car (while another person drives!), during naptime, or while taking a stroll at the park. It’s perfect for travelling and when you’re on the go.

Tips to keep your bub happy and comfortable during nail trimming

Your little ones can get fussy when you try to trim the nails on their hands and feet, so here are some more tips to make the process easier:

  • Ensure your baby is asleep, drowsy or calm before attempting to trim nails. Doing it after they’ve had a bath is also a good time, as the nails will be softer.
  • Work with your partner or a helper. One can hold the baby to keep them from squirming while the other cuts the nails.
  • Trim toenails straight across to prevent ingrown nails. Remember that toenails grow slower than fingernails so you don’t have to trim them as often.
  • Talk calmly to make it a positive experience for your little one. For older babies, try distracting them with a toy or activity. You can also sing to them!
  • Involve your baby in the activity by making a game of it so they can have fun and enjoy the experience. 
  • Once you’re done, praise your baby for being a good girl or boy and for helping you finish. This can help you both to feel good and accomplished.

What should I do if an accident occurs?

Parents try their best to be very careful with their little ones. But even with utmost care, it’s still possible to accidentally cut your baby’s finger or toe. If bleeding happens, gently press a soft, clean cloth over the cut until the bleeding stops. Don’t put on a dressing like a bandage or band aid – babies love to put their fingers in their mouths, which can loosen the bandage and turn it into a choking risk.

If the skin next to your baby’s nail is red, swollen or painful, they may have an infection. Soak their finger or toe in warm water and apply a bit of antiseptic cream to keep the area clean. Put a mitten on your baby’s hand so they avoid sucking off the cream. If the redness, swelling and pain persists, it’s time to take your baby to the doctor as they may need antibiotics.

With the right tools and a positive attitude, keeping your little one’s hands and feet trim and tidy can be a fulfilling experience for you and your baby. Before you know it, you’ll be a nail trimming pro in no time! 

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