Is Orly No Bite Safe for Toddlers



If you’re ready to kick one of the most difficult habits yourself or are wondering how you can help your child break the bad habit of nail-biting, then a nail treatment can be the perfect solution. But is ORLY No Bite safe for toddlers?

The short answer is: yes.

Perhaps you enjoy your cuticles for all the wrong reasons by picking at them or biting your nails because you don't know any better? Well, we can help you rid yourself of these habits altogether. 

What This Article Covers:

Can Toddlers Use ORLY No Bite? 

Yes, ORLY No Bite is the solution you need to get your toddler to do the following:

  • Put an end to nail-biting 
  • Stop thumb sucking and;
  • Prevent your toddler from putting their fingers in their mouths

All it will take is one taste of ORLY NO Bite to do the trick and make your toddler stop biting their nails or putting their fingers in their mouth. 

Understanding ORLY No Bite for Toddlers

ORLY No bite is disgusting in taste with a great formula to make it the best solution for deterring nail biting and thumb sucking.

The bad flavor stays on for around 24 hours, and that is all it takes for toddlers to keep their fingers out of their mouths. If need be, try it out consecutively for three days to make sure the habit is completely erased.

Our research shows that our formula works on toddlers, young children, and adults who have the habit of biting nails. 

If using ORLY No Bite for teenagers or adults, there are other great ORLY products available to recondition your nails as it improves once the nail-biting habit has been kicked. 

Can Toddlers Use ORLY No Bite

How to Use ORLY No Bite

Here’s a short guide on how ORLY No Bite works:

  • Simply apply ORLY No Bite to the entire surface of the nails and keep reapplying when necessary
  • You must allow the No Bite to dry completely to be effective
  • ORLY No Bite may be applied over bare nails or manicured nails
  • Keep your nails and toddlers nails trimmed short when treating with ORLY No Bite

Conclusion

Ensuring that your Toddler keeps their fingers out of their mouths is a healthy choice to make. This is because toddlers are in the habit of oral sensory-seeking behavior and stick their fingers and just about anything else in their mouths if they can get away with it. 

This habit can end up being detrimental to their health especially when it comes to attracting germs, viruses, and bacteria. 

Apart from ORLY No Bite being safe for toddlers, Orly is also cruelty-free and vegan-friendly. This makes a difference when treating toddlers with ORLY No Bite as the chances of any kind of chemical toxin passing through has already been drastically reduced.   

Also, ORLY nail polish is non-toxic

ORLY NO Bite (FAQs) 

Should parents stop thumb-sucking?

Thumb sucking impacts the way your toddler’s teeth will line - up especially if it is a prolonged habit. Parents need to assist their toddlers to break this habit well before the emergence of permanent teeth. Professionals recommend that the habit should be dropped by the age of three. 

For an easy solution to thumb sucking and nail-biting, ORLY No Bite has you covered.

What are the negative effects of nail-biting? 

Prolonged nail-biting can have far-reaching consequences. It will result in soreness and infections around your nails. It can also damage the tissue that enables your nails to grow healthily; resulting in abnormal growth. 

Constantly placing your fingers in your mouth is a dirty habit that could cause illnesses from germs. Nail-biting will also damage your teeth as it takes a strain from biting a hard surface. 

What Can you do to Strengthen your Nails? 

Nail-biting can reduce the condition of your nails and cause damage to the cuticles. Repairing and strengthening your nails is important once you’ve kicked the habit. Thanks to ORLY bodyguard vs builder in a bottle you can improve the condition of your nails. 

ORLY Nailtrition puts back nutrients in your nails. Simply follow the Orly Nailtrition instructions for best results. 

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