4 Products to Help You Stop Biting Your Nails | 2019

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Attention all nailbiters!

Our Favorite Tools to Help You Stop Biting Your Nails

I've been a strong nailbiter all my life. Whether I'm stressed or simply just bored, I have the habit of biting off all the whites from my nails, leaving them weak and brittle. While my mother tried to get me to stop as a kid, the habit continued into my adult life. And now that I'm working, it's often embarrassing when I meet someone new and I have to reach out and shake their hand.

Luckily, I've discovered a few tricks and tools that helped me kick the habit and grow beautifully healthy nails. So, if you want help, too, then don't fret! Here are a few tools that can help you stop biting your nails once and for all.

Just remember that it does take time, so don't be discouraged if things don't go exactly as planned when you first start. Old habits die hard.

This Nail Treatment Polish

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Highly recommended – and rated – by Amazon users, this Mavala treatment is easy to use and will help you kick the nail biting habit with its terrible taste and a thick layer of protective coating. And yes, you don't have to worry about poisoning yourself. It's completely safe for children and adults.

These Silk Gloves

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One of the best ways to stop biting your nails is to wear gloves. Sure, you might look a bit silly, but these thin gloves are perfect for anyone who doesn't want to use a treatment on their nails or just needs a little reminder to avoid the habit.

This Quick (And Natural) Treatment

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If you're on the go and don't want to carry a nailpolish bottle, then you should try this treatment made with a pen-size applicator. Formulated with bitter natural ingredients, this treatment also contains aloe vera so it actually conditions your nails while protecting them.

A Fidget Spinner

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Besides a treatment, you can also try distracting yourself from biting your nails. I've found that a fidget spinner is great to relieve the urge to bite my nails while also keeping me calm when I'm feeling anxious.

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