Amazing Skin Benefits Of Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe vera is an extraordinary medicinal plant which is highly noted properties for skin care and digestion. It’s always good to have a plant to heal us from sunburn, irritated skin, stings, herpes. It Speed up the recovery process of the skin. It has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also used for internal treatments like gastritis, heatburns, digestive ulcers, irritable colon. Its healing components with an anti-inflammatory properties, helps calm and cure the digestive mucosa when it is damaged. For all these properties, only the gel is used. So let’s start with the remedies.

Healthy Glowing Skin:-

Peel the cover of aloe vera and take out 2 teaspoons of aloe vera gel and add 2 teaspoons of curd in it. Mix it well and apply it on your skin. Let it dry for 15 to 20 minutes. Then wash it off with normal water. It will give you instant glowing skin. Aloe vera smoothen your skin and curd has lactic acid and vitamin C which help in nourishing the skin. It also helps in lightening the skin tone. Aloe vera gel has anti inflammatory and antiseptic properties which helps in treating the acne. Apply this mask thrice in a week for best results.

Remove Pimples:-

Take 2 teaspoons of aloe vera gel, 1 teaspoon of milk and 1 teaspoon of sugar. Mix them well and apply it on your face in circular motion. Let it sit for 15 minutes on your face and wash it off with normal water. It will dry out pimples. It helps to remove dirt and impurities from skin. Milk is a natural moisturizer for skin and it gives the natural look to the skin. It absorbs excess oil and open clogged pores. Apply it thrice in a week for amazing results.

Hair Tonic:-

Take one aloe vera leaf and peel it from the one side and make sure that you remove all the thrones from it. Now put few drops of coconut oil on it start rubbing it on your scalp properly. Gently massage your hair with the leaf for 10 minutes and then leave it for next 20 minutes. After this wash your hair with a mild shampoo. You can use this remedy twice in a week. If you don’t want to apply leaf on your scalp, you can apply aloe vera gel mixed with some coconut oil with the help of cotton. This will make your hair stronger healthier and shinier. It also promotes the hair growth on bald areas. You can see the magical changes in your hair by applying it at least for one month.

6 Reasons To Rub Aloe Vera Gel On Your Skin

1. It hydrates your skin.

Studies have shown that Aloe Vera Gel is very beneficial for your skin which explains why it is used as an ingredient in several different cosmetic products. Rub the gel into your skin in order to moisturize and soothe your skin, without clogging the pores.

2. It Fights Aging:-

A study has shown that regular aloe vera application improves your body’s natural collagen production, the protein that is responsible for keeping your skin toned and youthful. Further more, aloevera gel is rich in vitamin C, E and beta carotene, important nutrients for your skin’s health.

3. It relieves sunburn.

When we spend too much time in the Sun without any protection, we are bound to get burnt. Aloe vera has been proved to be much more efficient at lessening the redness and irritation caused by sunburns.

4. It speeds up the healing process.

One of aloe vera’s most common uses is on cuts, wounds and burns. Several studies has proven the gel to be efficient in accelerating the healing process.

5. It gets rid of dark spots.

Aloevera Gel is great at treat acne scars and scratch marks due to its ability to regenerate your skin. You can use the gel with some lemon juice to reduce freckles and age spots.

6. It fights acne.

Due to its anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antibacterial properties, Aloevera Gel protects your skin from the agents that cause acne. It’s able to reduce the redness and acne scars. You can also use it as an astringent to deeply clean your skin.

Published by Kaminee Gupta

I always use home remedies to look beautiful and that's why I have shared my applied remedies on this blog.

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