Research on a Rare Skin Disorder

Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) is a genetically transmitted skin disorder that causes the development of blisters or open sores which never go away and can cover as much as 75 percent of the body. Skin is the largest organ on human body and so this disorder has a severe impact on the quality of the sufferer’s life. For example, it can take three hours just to have a bath…!

Not much is known about the disorder and ingoing research is taking place in leading research universities and research centres. The Stanford University in the US is one such place – and they receive regular donations from the sells of an amazing mud mask. The company that makes and sells the mud mask has so far donated more than $15million to EB research. With such support, the company and its Force for Good Foundation are helping to find a cure for EB, or at least make the lives of those affected by the disorder more comfortable.

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And the mud mask itself is amazing – it contains more than 50 different minerals, is extremely pure and cleanses your skin amazingly well. I can testify to that – I have tried many different mud masks in my life and none cleanses my skin as well as this one! And when I found out that a percentage of the money is dedicated to this type of research, I felt like I have to keep using the mask and supporting such a worthy cause!

If you’d like to try the mask out (either a sample or to purchase one – very good price; great value for money!), do drop us a line! As you can see below, many celebrities are also using it.

 

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Author: Buna School of Music

New music academy and teacher training centre in Kampala, Uganda. For more information, please see: www.https://bunaschoolofmusic.wordpress.com/

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