What Causes Stretch Marks
When our bodies change, sometimes it comes with certain skin conditions like stretch marks. Stretch marks are scars that develop on the skin due to rapid weight gain or loss, pregnancy, and puberty. During the initial stages, stretch marks may range from pink, red, and reddish-brown depending on your color. Stretch marks usually fade and sink beneath the skin.
Shea Butter for Minimizing Stretch Marks
Nowadays, expensive methods such as laser treatments can be used to get rid of stretch marks. However, there are natural solutions that can help fade its appearance and one key ingredient is shea butter.
Unrefined shea butter is rich in Vitamin A/E which are key ingredients that help boost collagen production and improve elasticity. A great way to fade your scars is by rubbing unrefined shea butter on the areas at least twice a day to improve the suppleness of your skin.
At Shea Radiance, there are many body butters to choose from. Our latest line, P.U.R.E contains a whipped shea butter that is great for eczema and other dry skin problems. In addition to fading stretch marks, you can cure your dry skin problems too. Click here to purchase shea butter
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