Dark marks on the body

Many of us have this problem. Having dark neck, armpit elbows and knees. The skin on the neck can darken due to hormonal disorders, sun exposure, and drug-induced or other skin-related conditions. Darkening of the neck may be associated with changes in the texture of the skin when compared to the surrounding skin conditions like itching and dark patches in other parts of the body.

There are various potential causes for armpits becoming darker including: deodorants and antiperspirants (chemical irritants) shaving (irritation and abrasion) dead skin cell accumulation (lack of exfoliation)

Body odour is a common problem in the summer and many deodorants contain aluminum salts that dry out the sweat but in turn clog the pores, often leading to darkening of the underarms. Dark underarms usually aren't a sign of anything serious, but some people may find them embarrassing. 

Dark skin on the knees and elbows is a common occurrence. It can affect individuals of all skin types, though it often occurs in people with darker skin tones. That's because darker skin is more likely to overproduce melanin. 

Saffron Body Oil

There are many home remedies you can try before going down the surgical path. Try using the saffron body bar daily to exfoliate the area and then use the above oil to massage into the skin. Avoid any alcohol or fragranced based products and tight clothing. affron Body Oil is based on Ayurveda ingredients that helps improve the appearance of scars, stretch marks and uneven skin tone.
A key ingredient of our oil is Sea Buckthorn. It has more than 100 nutrients and bioactive substances and Vitamins A, B2, C, E, K with an assortment of minerals.
Saffron Body Oil should be applied to the affected areas twice daily.

 

Formulated with renowned ingredients for its regenerative powers and rich in healing linoleic acid; moisturising and irritation-preventing. Bacteria-busting tea tree oil, which has been used as a traditional medicine by Aborigines for centuries.

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