Control-It! Thumb Sucking Treatment
Stop your child from sucking their thumb
- Get results in the first few days
- All natural ingredients - Safe even for small children
- Strong bitter taste breaks the thumb sucking habit
Just $34.95 for 3 Jars - a 3 week supply of Control-It! Thumb Sucking Treatment - Satisfaction Guaranteed
Recommended by more Professionals than any other treatment
Myofunctional instructor and specialist Joy L. Moeller says her patients like Control-It! because "it feels good when you put it on".
Educational Services Director Barbara Greene has used Control-It! in her practice for over 10 years.
Control-It! and Kids
Helping your child end a thumb sucking or nail biting habit will result in improved health, greater self esteem and the prevention of potential dental/facial structure problems. The cream feels soothing to damaged little fingers on application, no burning or stinging, the product is invisible and has no smell, it rubs in just like hand cream. Included with every order is our famous Gold Star Treatment Plan. Follow our proven steps to achieve success.
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Just $34.95 for 3 jars - a 3 week supply of Omega3 Control-It!©
All natural ingredients - Safe even for small children.
Control-It! Thumb Sucking Treatment contains ingredients that are hypoallergenic, non-toxic, and not tested on animals. The strong unpleasant taste helps break the thumb and finger sucking habit quickly.
- Aloe vera extract
- Sunflower oil
- Denatonium saccharide (a sugar compound)
- Omega 3 extract
- Vitamins A&E
Cream base contains:
- Purified water
- Glyceryl serate SE
- Cetyl alcohol
- Methyl paraben
- Propyl paraben
That little thumb can do an awful lot of damage!
A parent's guide to childhood thumbsucking issues and tongue thrust behavior
by Shari Green, Director of Oral Habits Specialist, the "Thumb Lady"
The mere thought of their child's thumbsucking behavior brings frustration and anxiety to many parents. Most parents know that thumbsucking is a common occurrence during childhood, but at what point should acceptance become concern?
What are the complications that arise if this non-nutritive sucking behavior continues into the later childhood years?
What methods can be utilized to help children stop in a loving, positive, and supportive way?
What if parents can't do it alone? Who can parents and children turn to for help when the going gets rough? ... read the entire article