Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Shea Butter for Discolorations, Uneven Skin, Blotchy Skin

Shea Butter is often a favorite product of those suffering from an uneven skin tone. There are several things that predispose a person to have blotchy, discolored skin and they include:
Scarring from acne, cuts or minor burns
Sun Damaged Skin
Nicotine Exposure
Hormone Changes seen during pregnancy

Hydroquinone, which is a commonly prescribed mediation used to treat discolorations can cause allergic reactions and give you very bad rush. According to the recent scientific research hydroquinone has been associated with risks of liver, kidney and thyroid damage, and with leukemia. It may be dangerous to fetuses and nursing babies. Infact, instead of brightening your skin, hydroquinone has the side effect of darkening the skin under heavier sun exposure as well as tanning lamps.

Shea Butter is a safe, all-natural alternative treatment to even your skin tone. It has the ability to help discolored skin by –
1. Neutralizing of free radicals that damage and age your skin, contributing to brighter clearer skin tone
2. Working to heal and regenerate your skin,
3. Protecting it against ultraviolet light , drying, cracking, burning and wrinkling

So next time you notice blotchy, uneven skin tones anywhere on your body, grab your favorite jar of unrefined certified organic Shea Butter for a radiant even complexion.

Steph Hutchins
Purely Shea – The Leader in Organic Shea Butter Skincare

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