Can Bevel get rid of my dark spots / hyperpigmentation?

Bevel products are packed with shea butter and vitamins C and E, all of which have been shown to fade dark spots and hyperpigmentation over time. The Priming Oil has sunflower seed and castor oils, while the Restoring Balm features lactic acid, salicylic acid, shea butter, argan oil, and aloe vera, ingredients that can reduce hyperpigmentation and scarring.  Continued use of your Bevel products and tools will help reduce razor bumps (which can often be the precursors of dark spots). If discolored skin is an issue for you, it is even more important that you use Bevel Restoring Balm twice daily.

A few of Bevel Restoring Balm’s rejuvenating ingredients include: 

Shea butter has been used for generations as a deep, non-greasy moisturizer that easily absorbs into the skin and pores without clogging.  Shea butter is also known to encourage the healing process from scarring reducing hyperpigmentation and dark spots.

Lactic Acid, the gentlest of the alpha hydroxy acids, is a natural product great for exfoliating and reducing the appearance of dark spots or hyperpigmentation.  Lactic acid is a popular remedy for acne, razor bumps, and skin restoration in general.  It has the added benefit of also being a humectant, promoting soft, moist skin.

Salicylic Acid, a beta hydroxy acid, promotes the shedding of dead skin cells, opens clogged pores while neutralizing bacteria within, and constricts pores, preventing them clogging up again.

Tea Tree Oil not only leaves a cool, refreshing feel post shave, but it also has topical antiseptic and antifungal properties.  Moreover, the anti-inflammatory properties of tea tree oil can help treat acne and razor bumps alike. 
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