The Rubis Tick should definitely become a part of your medical essentials. Thanks to its straight, very fine tips that are also angled to the inside, ticks can easily be removed. Note: Grab the tick as close to the skin as possible. Do not try to remove the tick by twisting. Simply pulling it out is the safest method. The Rubis Tick is also perfect for the removal of thorns and splinters.
We use only the highest quality acid-proof, anti-magnetic and rust-proof surgical steel. Thanks to these outstanding material characteristics, our tweezers retain their perfect functionality for many years.
We have been manufacturing tweezers for over 60 years in Switzerland. With experienced and skilled employees, many of whom have remained true to our company for many years. Exceptionally reliable and precise cosmetic tweezers are the result of a 45-step process that is very much in the tradition of Swiss precision mechanics. Made completely by hand - and, in a final step, again tested individually under a magnifying glass. Only tweezers that pass this test receive the seal of quality “Rubis. Made in Switzerland.”
For us, design is our promise that we do everything possible so that our products retain their convincing form and perfect function over many years. And since people recognize that we take this promise seriously, our tweezers and scissors have been honoured internationally with numerous renowned prizes for their outstanding design.
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The Rubis Tick should definitely become a part of your medical essentials. Thanks to its straight, very fine tips that are also angled to the inside, ticks can easily be removed. Note: Grab the tick as close to the skin as possible. Do not try to remove the tick by twisting. Simply pulling it out is the safest method. The Rubis Tick is also perfect for the removal of thorns...
We want the small things that accompany you daily to also be pleasurable, because they are attractive and practical, perfectly fulfill their function, are durable and lose nothing of their fine quality, even after many years.
Ticks can carry bacterial and viral infections. Viral infections (like, for instance, TBE) are passed on immediately after the tick bites; the more common bacterial infections (borreliosis), on the other hand, occur first when the tick has sucked itself full. Before the tick detaches itself, it releases a portion of its infectious stomach content into the blood. That usually occurs 1-3 days after the bite. The best protection against a bacterial infection is the rapid detection and removal of the tick. The risk of a viral infection exists in areas where ticks carry such viruses. A vaccination is the best protection in this case. For further information, speak with your doctor or search for information online about areas where there is an increased risk of tick-related infections.