por Isthar Flores sobre Apr 18, 2022
The Aloe Vera plant resembles a cactus. Its leaves contain a clear gel-like substance with therapeutic, antiviral, and antibacterial qualities. Up to 80% of this gel is water, essential vitamins, nutrients, amino acids, and minerals for the skin, which give the Aloe Vera infinite possibilities of usage for your skin, body, hair and health care in general. Aloe vera can be applied topically for skin advantages or consumed as meals, smoothies, or beverages for internal benefits. If left on skin during night time, your skin will remain hydrated to the gel's water content. Afterwards, just clean it using running water to see the improvement.
Here are 5 benefits of Aloe Vera that will strongly encourage you to include it in your skin care routine:
Aloe vera has seven essential amino acids and antioxidants with vitamins A, B, C, and E., which help repair the skin, soothe it and help in the wound healing process.
Aloe Vera has algo antifungal properties which help with inflammation skin issues. It’s algo responsible for therapeutic abilities like decreasing the itching and inflammation in the skin’s epithelial layer.
Old age comes without knocking on any door, stretch marks appear as a result of the skin losing its elasticity as we age. For this and so many other reasons, it’s important to have a skincare routine with ingredients that help prevent this and here Aloe Vera is king.
Products with Aloe Vera help your skin retain moisture, prevent skin elasticity, repairs skin’s body cells, gives back its natural radiance and tightens like skin that has just been plucked from the vine.
Aloe Vera Acts as a Moisturiser
For both dry and oily skin types, Aloe Vera is a great option. Thanks to its light texture it keeps oily skins naturally moisturised without making them feel greasy. This light texture is also ideal for acne-prone skin. Dry skins, on the other hand, keep hydrated thanks to Aloe Vera’s powerful hydrating properties. Aloe Vera gels also prevent the skin from losing its natural oils and retains and replenishes lost moisture.
Aloe Vera soothes sunburned, irritated skin in people with sensitive skin. Thanks to the numerous vitamins and nutrients found in its gel as well as its very calming properties, sunburn is cured and calmed in just a few days. However, because sunburn can be painful, it is better to protect your skin rather than treating it. For any severe burns or wounds, use Aloe Vera instead. To help your skin maintain moisture after a day under the sun,Apply Aloe Vera lotion after your bath rather than your typical moisturiser.
Aloe Vera Sheds Dead skin
Aloe Vera works hard to maintain your skin's health and radiance by removing dead skin. To make an Aloe scrub mixture, mixing our Aloe Vera gel with your usual scrub is an excellent way to eliminate dead skin cells. The Aloe will clean the skin tissues and soothe your skin, making it appear flawless and smooth.
Aloe Vera Prevents Acne and Skin Blemishes
The antibacterial property of Aloe Vera can also help in preventing acne by eliminating the build-up bacteria that leads to pimples. Applying Aloe Vera Exclusive gel and creams removes acne scars and blemishes black spots that acne leaves behind. If you have dead skin, sunburn, rash, infection, or mild burns.
As you can see the benefits of Aloe Vera are limitless, specially when combined with a healthy lifestyle. It is well known for managing diabetes, constipation and other health issues and skin disorders.
To ensure that the properties of Aloe Vera are of high quality, we must verify that the plant comes from places where sunlight, temperature and climate are stable throughout the year. Fuerteventura, in the Canary Islands, meets all these conditions and that is why the experts agree that the Aloe Vera products manufactured in this land not only have extraordinary properties, but are also unique in the world.