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Aloe Vera and Skin Care

By: SHEILA ADWARD On: 12:03 PM
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  • Aloe vera is a nature’s gift to human beings.

    Aloe Vera is a well known herb that acts on your Skin, Digestive System, Hair and Nail in tremendous ways. 


    These four factors play a major role of your physical appearance.


    General Skin disorders indicate the problems in Digestive system and this problem is mostly due to the improper life style you are adopted.

    Aloevera increases the activity of the fibroblasts in the tissues so it produces more collagen and elastin fibers in the body which reduces wrinkling.

    Aloe Vera is used in many skin care products because of its ability to stimulate healthy cell growth and repair damaged tissues.



    Use of Aloe Vera:

    Aloe Vera gel is used to cure acne, it is enriched with Vitamin E, amino acid, and polyscaahride which reduces inflammation and helps to kill the bacteria.

    Aloe Vera is also useful to reduce the acne scars.

    Aloe Vera is a great Natural Anti Aging remedy.

    Aloe Vera is beneficial for cracked and dry skin.

    Aloe Vera makes the skin smooth and glowing.

    Aloe Vera is a Natural Moisturizer, it improves the ability of the skin so that it can hydrate itself.


    Aloe Vera lightens dark spots on the face and reduces the intensity of pigmentation.


    Aloe vera acts as a Good Conditioner for dry hair. Cut aloe vera leaves and squeeze out the liquid out of it. Once enough liquid is extracted from the leaves, apply it on your scalp and hair. Let it remain for half hour before washing under lukewarm water. With continious use you'll notice your hair aren't rough and dry anymore.

    Aloe vera gel ( lequid which comes out of that plant ) is used to treat first-degree burns for speedy healing.

    Aloe Vera relieves heat on the skin caused by sunburn.

    Aloe vera gel is used to shrink warts.



    7 comments:

    1. Thanks for the great tips on aloe. These are really helpful with all the heat!

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    2. Quick question do you think it would calm rosecea on cheeks???
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    5. @ vicky Thanks
      @ Ciao Mama Yes, it is very useful for rosecea cheeks. Mix Aloe Vera Gel with Honey and apply it on your face.
      @ Rosanna Thanks
      @ Melanie Schwaesdall Thanks

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    6. I found your blog through bloggymoms. I love aloe vera. My mom had 2 plants while I was growing up. The stuff stinks but works!

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    7. @ Dawn thanks for following :), yeah i had this plant in my house as well. It works magic though :)

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