Did You Ever Try
Aloe Vera For Skin?
The use of the "burn plant" or if you prefer the use of aloe vera for skin and the aloe vera health benefits are well known. Aloe vera which means "true aloe" has been used for thousands of years!
Aloe vera is a cactus and its leaves contain a gel with exceptional properties.
This cactus is also called "first aid plant" and "the miracle plant". It's the most widely used and also the most effective species of aloe. The clear gel found in the spiked leaves is used in many skin care products such as cream, lotion, shampoo and conditioner.
This gel comes in 2 forms: gel and latex.
Aloe Vera Contains Many Nutrients Such As:
- Vitamins (A, B12, C, E...good vitamins for your skin!)
- Minerals (calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, phosphorus, selenium, zinc)
- Amino acids
- Natural sugars and agents (MPS or mucopolysaccharide, a long chain sugars, an intracellular antioxidant is the main ingredient in aloe vera and has very strong properties such as anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and anti-viral properties)
Aloe Vera For Skin
- Moisturizes the skin naturally
- Aloe vera has a transcutaneous penetration four times faster than water
- Stimulates cell regeneration
- Has the propertiy to penetrate quickly and deeply into the skin
- Allows the balance of the ph of the skin
- Minimizes scars
- The gel that you apply on your skin will protect and speed up the healing, moisturize and soften your skin
- Will relieve itching and swelling of irrited skin
- Good for cracked and dry skin
- Acts as a natural barrier and shields your skin from toxins
- Provides relief in cases of burns, soothes sunburns
Also considered as a filtered plant, it has the capacity to absorb a large amount of carbon monoxide and may even protect against electromagnetic waves.
Try Aloe Vera for Skin...You Will Not Be Disappointed!
Aloe vera gel can help you treat acne, allergic skin reactions, burns, eczema (it improved my son's skin condition a lot), dandruff, hemorrhoids, insect bites, psoriasis, skin irritation, warts and wounds.
It can reduce the inflammation, the redness and the swelling of the skin and can reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
And you can use the gel directly from the plant..no need to buy anything...except for the plant of course.
It's worth a try don't you think?!
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