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Tepezcohuite (Tepescohuite) Skin Care.
The tepescohuite (or tepezcohuite) tree (Mimosa Tenuiflora) has been called a miracle because of its uses for skin care. Users have reported that it has cleared such things as acne, dermatitis, dandruff, scars, etc when all else has failed. Tepescohuite is known in its native Mexico as the skin tree.
Tepescohuite/Tepezcohuite extracts are available in three main forms: Tepescohuite skin care cream, powder, or soap.
Tepescohuite (pronounced Te-pez-co-wheety) is a tree bark from Mexico. Some of the barks significant properties are that it is: an anti-microbial; an analgesic agent; a cellular regenerator. Principal health institutions in Mexico have studied tepescohuites skin care properties for many years.
An extract of Tepescohuite skin care products contains: flavinoids that diminishes the capillary permeability and increases its resistance and protects from skin aging; tannins that have an astringent action and promote smooth skin; micronutrients such as zinc, copper, manganese, iron and magnesium which play an important role in cellular repairative and protective action.
Extensive research has been performed on Tepezcohuite in labs in Mexico, Canada and the United Kingdom. They have found that tepescohuite skin care is non-toxic; a cellular regenerator; an anti-bacterial 300% more effective than streptomycin; and a powerful fungicide.
Tepescohuite skin care products are used for the treatment of eczema, burns, acne, scars, wrinkles, psoriasis, rosacea, herpes, dry skin, stretch marks, blackheads, sunburn, undereye bags, and many other skin care issues.
skin care cream has a very nice fresh Lime aroma -- never
stings or burns when applied to skin. It can be used as
often as you like for skin care. Many people apply it to
the face as an excellent wrinkle treatment. It can be
used all day and all night.
Main tepezcohuite/tepescohuite skin care uses.
Two dramatic events in Mexico (an earthquake followed by a fire) in 1985 served as reminders of these medicinal properties. In both cases, the Red Cross ran out of conventional medicines and stipulated that Tepezcohuite was to be used to treat survivors. The results were no less than amazing: it was utilized as an analgesic and helped heal and repigment skin in less than 3 months.
It is no wonder that tepescohuite skin care cream has been called a miracle product.