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No one knows who invented the tweezers. What’s certain is that she’s already very old. Numerous excavations from the Late Bronze Age prove that there was already a universal small tool for hair and beard care here that reminded at least remotely of a pair of tweezers. However, the tweezers of the ancient Romans are regarded as the real mother of the tweezers known today. True to the quote attributed to Napoleon, “The history of Rome is the history of the whole world”, many everyday objects of modern times have their origin in ancient Rome. The Roman citizens from what one would call the upper middle class today attached great importance to a well-groomed appearance. Hair on the face or below the neck was perceived as disturbing and unsightly, especially by women. So they were confronted in the public bathhouses with tweezers and a mixture of resin and honey. Some men who wanted to free themselves from too much hair on their chest or shoulders also underwent this precursor of modern “waxing”

Tweezers are used today in many areas. The field of philately is certainly considered a classic. Such a stamp does not touch the knowledgeable collector simply with the hand. Today, tweezers are also of great importance in the wide field of electronics, especially microelectronics. Here there are very special products such as the vacuum tweezers. It is used for gripping the so-called wafer, a thin disk in semiconductor technology. Such special tweezers, which work according to the suction principle, are of course not needed in cosmetics. After all, this is about quite profane things like hair removal. Whereby there can also be different procedures with different tweezers (more on this under the following variants). Also the fine jewellery production in genuine craftsmanship would not be conceivable without the tweezers. And what many people don’t know: Even in one of the oldest and most important branches of the manufacturing industry, the textile industry, by no means everything runs on machines and computers, and the good old tweezers still provide excellent services here when it comes to manual reworking.

Normally, tweezers consist of two pieces of metal joined together, which move towards each other under light pressure. Depending on the application, other materials such as plastics or ceramics are also used in processing. In the cosmetics industry, very light tweezers made of aluminium are the preferred choice. tweezers are available in many different designs: with pointed, round or square ends. There are straight or curved and for special applications also specially angled tweezers. There are cutting and holding tweezers which, as the name suggests, have a different function: the cutting tweezers are often made of hard carbon steel and are suitable for cutting thin gold and silver wires in jewellery making, for example. The holding tweezers, also known as the cross tweezers, have special gripping jaws which are only intended to hold something. But the user should not be led astray by names: The surgical forceps is not exclusively suitable for surgeons, is used there only often, hence the name. In this special shape, two gripper jaws have intermeshing teeth. This has the advantage that you can exert a stronger pull without having to squeeze the tweezers together. The disadvantage is that even easily vulnerable structures such as nerves and blood vessels can be accidentally destroyed by sharp teeth. The anatomical tweezers are better suited for more cautious detection of such structures. It captures vulnerable structures more gently, but also has the disadvantage of grasping them less securely, so that a strong pull such as in surgical traction is not possible. Finally, there are special antimagnetic and acid-resistant tweezers, which are of course less suitable for normal household use, but more for medical or microelectronic use

It always depends on the field of application which tweezers provide optimal services. If you just want to pluck a few disturbing hairs out of your eyebrows, a high-quality stainless steel tweezer from Purebello, May or Pfeilring, for example, is the perfect choice. And if you have special wishes, such as the removal of vermin from your pet, you can use specially made tick tweezers from Vettler Industries or bluelNOX. Even those looking for special pluckers against ingrown facial hair will quickly find what they are looking for and can treat themselves to a very professional Beauty Luxury product. If you know exactly what you want to use the tweezers for, you can’t do anything wrong and you’ll quickly find what you’re looking for among the many offers from renowned brand manufacturers.

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