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Shea Butter For Stretch Marks
Stretch marks can also happen if someone has gained a lot of weight in a short period of time. As the body gets larger, whether you're gaining weight or pregnant, the skin stretches to accommodate the new size. The stress and stretching on the skin creates scars. These scars are stretch marks. People get stretch marks everywhere, from their tummy to their back to their legs and arms. There are a couple of ways to get rid of them, but most people don't want to have a painful surgery.
While surgery is a pretty extreme way of treating stretch marks, a lot of women are finding out that Shea Butter in its unrefined certified organic form can help. Shea Butter comes from the kernel of the Karite Nut tree. It is becoming very popular in the United States, because of it's amazing healing powers. It can reduce scars and help them fade. It is also amazing for skin rashes, dry skin, eczema, insect bites, and many other things.
You will want to make sure that when you decide to purchase Shea Butter, that you purchase it from a company who only sells 100% all natural unrefined organic Shea Butter. The refined Shea Butters are pumped full of damaging and toxic chemicals. Also, all of the healing powers of Shea Butter are lost during the refining process.
Smooth the healing Shea Butter on any area of your body that has stretch marks and be consistent. Do it every day. You will notice the reddish or purple stretch marks fading to a much lighter color. Your stretch marks will not be as noticeable, and depending upon how bad they are, you may not even be able to see them at all within a month. Use your Shea Butter on all areas of your body. It works wonders for dry, tired feet and is known for it's anti aging properties. You just can't go wrong with all natural unrefined Shea Butter.
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