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Mavala Stop Review

By Edited May 27, 2014 0 0

Nail biting has become a habit that you want to stop.

You have done the reasearch and found a product called Mavala stop that looks promising, but first you want to read a review to see what others have experienced after using the product to make your decision.

If that is what you are looking for keep reading as this is exactly what you are going to find here.

First off...

How Does It Work?

Want to know how Mavala stop works?

It is an incredibly simple process and very easy to do you will not believe it.

Step 1

Apply the product over one entire nail.

Step 2

Repeat the same step as step 1 but over the rest of your nails.

Step 3

Repeat this process every 2 days until ou have finally broken your nail biting habit.

That is it! By following the above steps in no time you should be able to break free from a habit that has effected you for a very long time.

Is It Safe?

There are a few things that you will have to be careful about when using this product.

Some of the side effects that I have heard others getting is sickness, and losing appetite as the formula can accidentally touch the lips when you are eating your foods. The other issue you need to look out for is a reaction to one of the ingredients.

These are the only side effects that I am so far aware of regarding this product. They are very rare but definitely something to look out for.

If you are concerned about the possible side effects regarding the product my best advice to you is contact a doctor for advise  before using it.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Works
  • Cheap
  • Easy to apply

Cons

  • Can accidentally be put on lips. Be Cautious!

These are the main pros and cons when it comes to this product. If you can think of more please leave them in the comment section below to help others yet to decide if Mavala stop is for them or not yet.

What Ages Is It Suitable For?

The age recommended is age 3+, however I would personally avoid using it on anyone under the age of 13+ but that is just my personal opinion, many people have used it on there children younger than that age with great success.

Hope this has been helpful and you can now make an informed decision on whether Mavala Stop

is for you or not.

Any additional questions you have that are not answered above please leave a comment below.

Thanks!

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