ATTDX QuitNail Biting Treatment Bitter Polish


Ready to start a lifetime of freedom from nail biting? ATTDX QuitNail Biting Treatment Bitter Polish will help. It’s a bitter nail polish that lasts for two weeks and can help you quit for good! How To Stop Biting Nails – Angela's Results | Nail Care HQ

“This stuff is the truth if you have a problem with biting your nails. It tastes HORRIBLE, like straight-up chemicals, and will keep you from putting your fingers in your mouth in general. The only downside I’ve found is that it’s pretty time-consuming to paint every nail twice a day. But overall, ATTDX QuitNail Biting Treatment Bitter Polish makes my cuticles look super healthy and keeps me from biting my nails!”—Nathalia Solare—Phoenix, Arizona
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“I have been a nail bitter for over 14 years and have tried every type of anti-nail-biting product. ATTDX QuitNail Biting Treatment Bitter Polish has to be the best one I have ever used. It does not taste good, but that does not matter because after you apply it and put your finger in your mouth to test it, you will never want to put that finger in your mouth again. I can’t believe how this product works so fast.”—George Anderson—Miami, Florida

Why Do People Bite Their Nails?

5 Things Your Nail Biting Habit Can Reveal About You / Bright Side

Nail biting can be a sign of anxiety or stress. The repetitive behavior seems to help some people cope with challenging emotions. Boredom: Behaviors such as nail biting and hair twirling are more common when you’re bored, hungry, or need to keep your hands busy. Nail biting almost always begins in childhood. It’s a behavior often associated with stress or anxiety, but it’s likely more complicated than that.

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For instance, one theory is that it helps some people regulate their emotions — or it feels like it does anyways.

Think of it this way:

  • When you’re understimulated (bored or dissatisfied), biting your nails feels like it gives you something to do or feel satisfied with.
  • When you’re overstimulated (excited, nervous, or impatient), biting your nails can be a distraction or temporary escape from some overwhelming emotion.

How can ATTDX QuitNail Biting Treatment Bitter Polish stop you from biting your nails?

This is the perfect solution for anyone who has a nail-biting problem. Our unique formula is an easy-to-apply nail polish that has a very bitter taste. This will discourage you from biting your nails and allow them to grow and repair themselves back to healthy! 

Secret ingredients of ATTDX QuitNail Biting Treatment Bitter Polish

  1. Purified Water
  2. Cellulose Acetate Butyrate
  3. Styrene Acrylates Copolymer
  4. Acetyl Tributyl Citrate
  5. Aloe Vera
  6. Vitamin C

Water helps flush out toxins and impurities, leaving your skin healthier and more radiant. Lack of water is an alarming condition for your skin. Dehydration leads to increased Transepidermal water loss (TEWL) and damages the skin barrier. Barrier damage causes premature aging and other skin issues.

Dr Harish Koutam, Chief Dermatologist, SkinKraft 

Cellulose Acetate Butyrate is commonly used as film formers in nail polish formulations and coatings. These additives also ensure that coatings prevent visual defects by providing good leveling and flow properties, allowing for even coverage on nails.

Eastman Chemical Company, Eastman™ CAB-381-0.5

Styrene/acrylates copolymer is a synthetic polymer consisting of acrylates and styrene. It is added to cosmetic and skin care products for color or for its opaque properties. It forms a film and does not penetrate the skin because it has fairly large molecules. In our 2016 report focusing on products, our lab results found trace amounts of residual styrene in one stick-on nail product. The residual styrene was most likely the result of residual styrene in styrene-acrylates copolymer, an ingredient listed on the label.

Leslie HA. Review of Microplastics in Cosmetics. Institute for Environmental Studies [IVM]. 2014 Jul.

Acetyl Tribute Citrate, also known as Acetyl tributyl citrate and ATBC, is a colorless liquid organic compound that is used in industry as a plasticizer in the manufacture of nail polish and other cosmetics. It is prepared by acetylation of tributyl citrate and is considered a potential replacement for DEHP and DINP.

The Chemical Company, Global Bonds in Chemistry

Aloe Vera is a natural substance that will help you get glowing and blemish-free skin when applied daily. It also has healing properties that heal the topmost layer of the skin.

Shweta Saxena, Senior Content Writer, Times of India

A 2017 review notes that vitamin C use has been shown to impede melanin production. Melanin is the pigment responsible for skin color. Vitamin C can help fade dark spots and hyperpigmentation by inhibiting melanin production. It may also help brighten your skin’s appearance.

Medically reviewed by Reema Patel, MPA, PA-C— Updated on February 3, 2023

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What makes ATTDX QuitNail Biting Treatment Bitter Polish special?

  • Absolutely safe for children and also great for teenagers and adults
  • The bitter taste is an excellent deterrent for a person of any age to not ever put your fingers in your mouth
  • This will discourage you from biting your nails and allow the nails to grow and repair
  • Nail biting therapy contains a variety of natural ingredients
  • Effective for more than 85% of users
  • Effectively prevent the user from biting their nails or sucking their fingers

Product Includes:  1 PC x ATTDX QuitNail Biting Treatment Bitter Polish

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