Whether it is you or your teenager breakouts happen.
I have recently been asking customers to complete a survey after using one of Avon’s newest products called Dr Belmeur’s Cica Recovery Cream and the results were overwhelmingly positive. Everyone was so surprised that their blemishes cleared in 3 to 5 days!
It is not a surprise if you understand the main ingredient and the history.
What exactly is cica? Cica has been used for nearly 3000 years in wound healing. Cica is actually a nickname for its scientific name: centella asiatica. However, the ingredient is also referred to as gotu kola, Indian Pennywort, and tiger grass. The latter, in particular, comes from what inspired the widespread use of cica on skin. The animal kingdom discovered these benefits long ago. This plant, tiger grass, is known in Asia as what tigers roll in to heal their wounds to help their skin regenerate.
As mentioned, the leafy green herb has been used for centuries to treat wounds. But cica isn’t just an old wives tale. Science backs its effectiveness. In a 2012 study, researchers found that centella asiatica extract facilitates the healing of incisions and burns
No matter what your skin type or biggest concerns are, cica could probably help you in some way. Cica is believed to soothe and repair irritated skin. This includes treating acne and calming sensitive skin.
Cica’s benefits are based on its chemical composition. It is full of amino acids, beta-carotene, fatty acids, and phytochemicals, including vitamins C, A, B1, and B2.
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