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Badyaga (Spongilla lacustris) is one of the representatives of the primitive animal world, belonging to the type of sponges. It lives in fresh water. These organisms live in colonies, creating shapeless formations near the coast in the form of lumps or branches and growths on underwater objects.
The dried freshwater sponge is ground to a powder state. It is widely used in medicine and cosmetology. It has a strong resorption effect when exposed to blood and lymph accumulations in the body's tissues.
The bruise formed from the bruise is the result of a rupture of blood vessels and capillaries. As a result of the outpouring, blood accumulates between the internal tissues in the subcutaneous tissue, and is baked.
Then there is a gradual destruction of the shaped elements of the blood, the bruise disappears.
The pain due to the local warming action increases blood flow and speeds up the recovery process. Flint needles, which make up the skeleton of Spongilla lacustris, providing mechanical irritation, stimulate processes in the tissues and cells of the skin.
The gel should be distributed on the body with careful circular movements of the fingertips. Preparations intended for the face are applied for 10 to 20 minutes. Remedies that treat bruising on the skin of other parts of the body – from 20 to 30 minutes. After the end of the recommended time, wash off with warm water.
Before applying badyaga to the skin, you should carefully read the instructions. This product is intended for external use only. It can not be used on open wounds, so as not to provoke an increase in the inflammatory process.
Badyaga is also contraindicated when the integrity of the skin is not disturbed, but inflamed.
Do not apply it under the eyes, avoid contact with the mucous tissues. In case of accidental contact with the nose or eye, rinse with plenty of water.
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