Friday, November 1, 2013

Lucas PaPaw Ointment Reviews: Papaya Skin Benefits for Hyper-pigmentation

Paw Paw ointment is an ointment that is made with carica papayas, with the ointment harnessing the active enzyme called papain. Papayas were traditionally mixed with water to create a paste. The papaya paste was used to help soothe jellyfish, bee, and mosquito stings. The Australian-based ointment is used for just about any kind of topical infection or ailment.

Paw Paw Ointment Uses

  • Apply to Abscesses and Boils: The papain is able to penetrate the skin and help reduce the skin's inflammatory response.
  • Burns and Chafing: The petroleum based product is able to moisturize and seal the skin. Petroleum jelly has recently gone under fire for clogging pores and warping the skin's healing process. The key is to apply a very light coating of the Paw Paw ointment onto any burns or chaffing areas. Do not apply a thick layer that will suffocate the skin.
  • Dry Skin: Papain is a natural antioxidant that will help improve excessively dry skin. The Paw Paw ointment is also able to moisturize due to the emollients found in the product.
  • Apply to hemorrhoids. That's right.

Paw Paw Ointment for Bacne: Personal Review

The skin on the back tends to be thicker than other areas of the body. This means that pimples and lesions tend to take longer to heal - and it also means a higher chance of hyperpigmentation to occur. The dark spots after my bacne flare outs were embarrassing. Due to the hyperpigmentation, I was forced to avoid the beach and the pool during the summer of 2011. It's been a number of months and I've finally managed to tame the bacne with a home made lemon toner, and the daily application of the Paw Paw ointment.

After 4 months, I have no pimples and the bacne marks have lightened significantly. The lemon tonic removed impurities, and the light application of the Paw Paw ointment helped moisturize, with the papain in the Paw Paw ointment helping to moisturize and "soften" the unsightly marks.

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