Fo me it comes and goes. But it's a habit I can't break! I've been at it a LOT lately (I'm stressed and I think it's making me fidgety), but now it's worse... it's so dry where I am during the winter (and it's still very much winter here) that the skin around my nails starts to peel. So when I bite my nails, that skin ends up breaking and bleeding. Those fingers look awful. I use a cuticle/dry skin cream from Lush on them, and it does help, but with how dry it is here, it doesn't last and I'm back where I started before too long.
Who else bites their nails? What are the circumstances that make you do so?
Is there anyone who used to be a nail biter? How did you make yourself stop?
I used to be a terrible nail biter in my childhood and adolescence until I quit 25 years ago. Unfortunately you can't quit my way, it's far too drastic lol. Here is a good tip though, use a nail file to gently rub down the rough edges of the dry and cracked skin before moisturising.
Are you using Lemony Flutter? I think Helping Hands or Handy Gurugu would be better for you if you are.
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